Expedia is giving Brits the chance to snap up a luxury hotel stay for two weeks – for a grand total of just £20.20.
That’s a two week stay, in your choice of a 5* or 4* hotel, working out at approximately £1.44 per night.
Unsurprisingly, the £20.20 price tag for two weeks is significantly cheaper than the average nightly rate at any of these breathtaking locations.
Expedia is launching the special deal after its ‘Work From Here’ report found that 55% of British workers want to work in a holiday spot just for a change of scenery.
Therefore, the hotel stays will include large, spacious rooms with both beautiful views and spacious desks in order to fit the bill.
The £20.20 breaks will be going on sale on the Work from Here website from 8.20pm on December 14 (Monday).
However, you’re going to need to be quick if you want to snap one up, as there are only six breaks up for grabs, and they will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
You’ll be able to choose between two April stays; either the 1-15, or the 16-30.
Nisreene Atassi, Senior Director, Communications, at Expedia said of the Work From Here deal: “The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a shift in how many workers complete their daily '9-5'. Working at home for an extended period has compounded the desire to explore new places and take in fresh scenery.
“We want to inspire workers to think differently about their workspace when we can all travel freely again, in order to enhance productivity but also general wellbeing. Built on the wanderer mindset of today's remote working professionals, the 'Work From Here' campaign celebrates the freedom to discover new places whilst working, which is good news for not only employees but also employers.”
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