Take Your Pick With a Cruise and Stay Break

Like the idea of ​​going on a cruise but not sure whether it's for you? You could try examining the options offered by a cruise and stay holiday.

As its name suggests, a cruise and stay escape lets you break up your getaway into a cruise and a land-based holiday.

You can choose to cruise first and decamp to a second hotel, or fly to your ideal destination for a few days before setting sail on a cruise.

Of course, those who have been on a cruise before are equally likely to be intrigued by the option of combining a stay in their favorite holiday destination – or one one they would like to explore for the first time – with a luxury cruise.

What makes a cruise and stay holiday particularly attractive to both novice and experienced cruise-goers is the fact that it can offer a plethora of options in terms of destinations and other elements of the package.

There are many different combinations when it comes to picking a hotel destination and cruise region, ranging from the obvious – such as a stay in Florida followed by a Caribbean cruise – to the not so obvious, like staying a night or two in Boston before sailing the seas around eastern Canada.

Flights to or from your destination are also included in each stay and cruise package, eliminating some of the hassle of putting together your own holiday.

If you're not sure where to go on your stay and cruise break, bear in mind that some of the most popular holidays include those in and around the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, the Canary Islands and the Red Sea.

There are cruise with hotel breaks to suit everyone, with packages ranging from short – and there before reliably cheaper – holidays in standard class accommodation to longer, more luxurious sojourns to the likes of Hawaii and the Middle East.

Just a few of the cruise liners you might sail with on your cruise and stay break include Carnival, Celebrity Cruises, Princess Cruises and Costa Cruises.

There's likely to be a stay and cruise package just for you – whether you're looking to ease yourself into the cruise experience or give it another go with a twist.

Source by Dipika Patel

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