Ideas for a blowout special holiday in April or May 2022

Hokusai Wave

Well-known Member
Depends on the cruise line

Silversea, Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn, Seadream, Crystal, Azamara would be special. The rest are just mainstream.
 

oneman

Well-known Member
Having thought about going on a cruise for ages I had the opportunity to actually go onboard a large cruise liner and the cabins are really small and frankly basic for the amount of money you spend. They really want you out of there and spending money.
 

Bluedug

Active Member
Been watching this thread with interest- also considering a nice holiday next year but have slightly different needs as will be travelling with a 2-3 year old. Any of the above toddler friendly or any other suggestions?
 

Bl4ckGryph0n

Distinguished Member
Been watching this thread with interest- also considering a nice holiday next year but have slightly different needs as will be travelling with a 2-3 year old. Any of the above toddler friendly or any other suggestions?
My suggestions aren’t for couples with young children I’m afraid.

Personally I would with a toddler just rent a nice private villa with private pool. You have nicely your own space, and the toddler can have their own nice naps, and go to bed in the evening whilst you still are at “home” and can enjoy the facilities. We’ve always found that nice and relaxed.
 

rousetafarian

Moderator
Depends on the cruise line

Silversea, Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn, Seadream, Crystal, Azamara would be special. The rest are just mainstream.
These aren’t on my list or ever likely to be
 

Hokusai Wave

Well-known Member
Been watching this thread with interest- also considering a nice holiday next year but have slightly different needs as will be travelling with a 2-3 year old. Any of the above toddler friendly or any other suggestions?
Ikos resorts are good with children

 

Delvey

Distinguished Member

rousetafarian

Moderator

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