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Free hotel stays offer launched

[February 16th 2009]

Airline easyJet is launching a free hotel nights offer for holiday accommodation in Europe.

The low cost airline’s sister brand, easyJetHotels, is offering 300,000 free nights' accommodation throughout Europe for hotel stays between February 16th and October 31st 2009.

“Brits are looking for good value holidays in this difficult economic climate, so combined with easyJet’s low-fares, this special offer will allow couples and families to get away for a quality holiday or weekend break, without breaking the bank,” explains easyJet UK regional general manager, Paul Simmons.

Accommodation is available at over 15,000 hotels and holiday apartments across Europe. But you’ll have to hurry to take advantage of this free hotel offer as the offer closes on February 26th.

easyJetHotels has a choice of hotels all over Europe to suit all budgets, from 2 star up to luxury 5 star hotels. The company says it currently has “great availability” on hotels and also offers a price guarantee. So whether you’re looking for a short city break, a skiing holiday or a summer holiday there is a good chance of finding the right accommodation to meet your needs.

easyJetHotels’ best selling hotels in Europe currently include the 3 star Hotetur Bellevue in Majorca from just £11 per person per night, the 3 star Flamingo in the Costa del Sol, the 2 star Apple Inn Hotel in Amsterdam, and the 4 star Petit Palace Opera Garden Ramblas in Barcelona which is available from just £48 per person per night.

easyJet, which describes itself as the UK’s largest airline, has just won the prestigious Innovation Award for Air Travel at the Business Travel Show in London.

The budget airline scooped the award for its ground breaking initiative to become the first major low cost airline to distribute through GDS.

“We are always delighted to be recognised for the innovations in our products. In today’s challenging economic climate, easyJet has worked especially hard to respond to the needs of business travellers, in helping them to achieve control on expenditure and real cost savings,” comments Simmons.