Guests will receive free drinks at the resort's restaurants and bars when they upgrade their stay
(PRWEB) May 16, 2013
Brisbane, QLD: Shout yourself to a holiday in Mauritius and get all your drinks for free, with a special birthday deal until May 31.
Flight Centre is celebrating Beachcomber Tours' 18th birthday by offering travellers a range of $18 deals at selected 4-star and 5-star Beachcomber resorts in Mauritius.
Guests will receive free drinks at the resort's restaurants and bars, when they upgrade their stay from a half-board to a full-board package, from an extra $18 per person per night.
Other $18 offers include an upgrade to private car return airport transfers, a late 6pm checkout; or a half-day city tour.
Six-night packages at Le Mauricia start from $999* per person for half-board and from $1107* per person for full-board.
Half-board price includes six nights accommodation in a Standard Room, hot English and buffet breakfast daily, dinner daily at a choice of restaurants, land and water sports, nightly entertainment and a travel wallet .
Full-board price includes all of the above inclusions, plus lunch daily, snacks, sandwiches and drinks.
All $18 offers are available to book at Flight Centre stores nationally until May 31, 2013.
Prices are valid for travel between June 1 and October 8, 2013.
For bookings and details, phone Flight Centre on 1300 939 414 or see http://www.flightcentre.com.au
About Flight Centre:
Flight Centre Limited is Australasia's best known travel agency group and now boasts more than 2,000 leisure, corporate and wholesale businesses in 11 countries. The company, through its retail and corporate brands, provides a complete travel service for leisure and business travelers in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Hong Kong, India, China, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates. In addition, the company's corporate travel management network, FCm Travel Solutions, extends to more than 70 other countries through strategic licensing agreements with independent local operators. Internationally, the company employs more than 13,000 consultants and support staff.