Thomson Lakes & Mountains rewards their customers with 100 Euro Hotel Credit Offer

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Thomson Lakes & Mountains know how to look after their customers whilst they’re discovering a new or trusted favourite hotel in one of their European destinations. To help customers enjoy their stay even more, they are now offering up to 100 euro hotel credit which can be used against a variety of food and drink.

This offer alongside 50 euro and 75 euro hotel credit is available in Austria, Italy, Poland and Slovenia at a selection of handpicked hotels all with a four-star rating and above. Hotel Lek located at the foot of the Julian Alps, Slovenia offers 100 euro hotel credit and luxury facilities including; whirlpool, fitness room, wellness centre and massage, tennis courts, coffee shop and complimentary Wi-Fi.

For those wanting to experience something new, the five-star Grand Hotel in Zell Am See, Austria is available from £804 per person. The hotel is a short walk from the resort centre, bus stop and gondola station and provides its customers with evening entertainment, wine cellar, private lido and complimentary entrance to the ‘Grandspa’ area. For summer 2014 the hotel offers free bike hire and pedalos, sailing taster lessons, weekly guided walks, daily activity programme and 25% off green fees.

Want a fantastic location with unrivalled lakeside position? The four-star Excelsior Bay hotel offers just that. Located in Malcesine overlooking Lake Garda with a mountain surrounding, this popular hotel is a short walk from the centre of Malcesine where customers can experience the local culture and activities.

Combine this offer with one of their Discovery packages which include city tours and excursions across Europe to create a tailor-made holiday experience.

For more information on Discovery packages or hotel credit offers from Thomson Lakes & Mountains call them on 0871 230 8181 or visit their website http://www.thomsonlakes.co.uk.

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