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The Best
for Winter Sun


We were fortunate in the UK to have glorious weather for the most part of the summer months. But for many, this has left us wanting more, and with the days etching shorter and shorter, it’s nice to look forward to a warm glow to break up the cold months. So we have collated the best destinations to visit this winter to suit every type of holiday maker…

For the ‘Sun Worshipper’

Men walking camels on a beach in Dubai

When looking for winter sun, Dubai is an obvious choice. With impeccable beaches and fantastic customer service, Dubai is a great destination for those looking for family friendly retreats. If you want a break from the sunshine and shopping, consider visiting Dubai Creek where you can explore the small Arabic settlements full of spice markets and gold souks.

Where to stay? There is no end to the number of luxury hotels in Dubai – Jumeirah is one of the most desirable districts and home to the Mandarin Orient and world famous Burj Al Arab.

For the ‘Explorers’

Camel with blue face mask in the desert

The days are long and the weather is pleasant during the Autumn/Winter months in Marrakesh. The daily temperatures allow many to visit the desert or indulge in a blissful hammam, whilst by night, watch the city come alive and soak up the ambience of street traders, and enjoy performances from local artists.

Where to stay? Nobu Hotel Marrakech will be opening in November 2022 and will be located in the Hivernage district, steps from the historic heart of the city, souks and vibrant Djemaa el-Fna. Transformed into a luxury lifestyle destination, the hotel will house 71 spacious guest rooms and suites, a selection of dynamic dining venues and rooftop spaces, 2,000 square meters of luxurious spa and fitness centre, indoor and outdoor swimming pools.

For the ‘Culture Vultures’

Gold Buddha Statue - Thailand

Thailand’s winter season technically starts in late December and ends in late March, but it’s the best time of year to visit with daily temperatures usually around 31°. Although most tourists who are experiencing Thailand for the first time often head to Bangkok or Phuket, why not explore the natural wonders hidden throughout the smaller islands of the south. Krabi, Koh Lanta and Koh Samui offer travellers pristine beaches, as well as the breath-taking beauty, unique charm and vibrant culture, just with less crowds.

Where to stay? Rayavadee is an exquisite resort based in Krabi which blends into its natural surroundings of tropical gardens, rich flora and fauna. The small estate of luxurious villas are just a short walk from Phranang Beaches and come equipped with Butlers that are on hand to provide the renowned Thai customer service.

For the ‘Romantics’

Whether you’re a honeymooner or just a true romantic, a trip to the Maldives will never disappoint. The tranquil private islands offer the perfect escape to unwind and seek out a peaceful sanctuary. The Indian ocean provides world class snorkelling and diving opportunities with its warm waters and exotic coral reef. But if you are looking for a side of sight seeing, the capital, Malé, is a haven of cultural attractions from markets to mosques.

Where to stay? Huvafen Fushi is an award-winning retreat located 30 minutes by speedboat from the main international airport. The private bungalows and pavilions each contain their own plunge pool, and offer an elevated accommodation experience.

If you would like to speak to our team about going the extra “air” mile and fly privately, please contact us.





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