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For a truly indulgent holiday, why not go all inclusive? Doing so sees you pay for your flights, hotel and all your meals at once, so everything will be taken care of in a single step. By visiting the following luxury destinations, you can be confident of having a fantastic time!
One place that is certainly synonymous with luxury is Dubai. By visiting the emirate you will have the chance to stay at a number of five-star hotels that offer a host of wonderful amenities and services, and this may particularly be the case should you book at the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Hotel.
With its own private beach and outdoor pool, you can spend your break relaxing doing nothing. However, the resort offers plenty of opportunities for you to get active as you can take part in watersports such as kayaking, parasailing and waterskiing, or head to the on-site health centre for a workout with a personal trainer.
You can also indulge in luxury massages and body treatments at the spa, before heading to one of the nine restaurants and bars for something to eat.
Staying at the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah also means you are just a short distance from The Walk, Dubai's bustling outdoor shopping district that contains more than 350 shops, perfect for a spot of retail therapy.
You will also find that Ski Dubai, the first indoor winter sports resort in the Middle East, and the championship-standard Emirates Golf Club are just a short distance away.
Alternatively, the Seychelles is an up and coming destination for all inclusive holidays particularly on the North Island.
The luxurious North Island Lodge consists of 11 villas, where you will be able to take in stunning views of the Indian Ocean as well as indulge in wonderful activities such as mountain-biking, fly fishing and sea kayaking.
And as the Seychelles forms part of the world's longest coral reef system, visiting North Island also gives you the chance to go scuba diving where you will be able to see fantastic underwater scenery.
Seychellois cuisine draws on a number of international influences, including Indian and French, and while the resort does not have a set menu, you can be sure the food on offer here will suit your palette. The head chef speaks to each guest personally to figure out their eating preferences before developing a weekly menu based on this information.
Barbados is an equally great place for a luxury holiday and while all inclusive deals can be found across the Caribbean island, the Almond Beach Club and Spa Hotel on the west coast could be particularly ideal.
The adults-only resort is just 100 yards from the beach and as all your meals are paid for in advance you can tuck into fine gourmet cuisine without worrying how much it will cost!
You can take part in yoga, aerobics and tennis lessons or tee-off at the golf course. If you fancy taking a dip, head to one of the three freshwater swimming pools, or alternatively you can try banana boating, snorkelling and sailing.
There is also a twice-weekly shuttle service that runs from the hotel to Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, perfect if you fancy doing a spot of shopping.
With 161 rooms and suites to choose from, you have plenty of choice over where you stay but for a truly luxurious break, you may want to opt for the Beachfront Suite.
By seeking out a luxury all inclusive holiday, you really can have the break of a lifetime for one fantastic price!
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