Following the announcement of the official UK traffic light system, our friends have put together a roundup of our top green list destinations, including Portugal and Israel. It is now possible to visit these luxury hotels and resorts from 17th May, with no quarantine restrictions
Sean Moriarty, CEO of Quinta do Lago, Portugal, comments:
“We are absolutely delighted that Portugal has been included on the UK’s ‘green list’. The Algarve is in the top three most popular destinations for British travellers and this news enables our UK guests to return to Quinta do Lago for the summer season. Portugal has been recognised for managing the virus exceptionally and our resort lends itself well to an outdoor and active lifestyle. We are welcoming back British travellers with a selection of brand new, enriching experiences all designed with people’s safety in mind.“
Rebecca Masri, Founder of Little Emperors comments:
“We are delighted that Israel has been added to the UK’s “Green List” for travel. Little Emperors has been the top UK agent for Israel for some time now and it’s great to see this destination become so popular in recent weeks as the country begins to open up to UK travellers. With 50 partner hotels in Israel, the new Six Senses Hotel opening, and the country’s rich history and vibrant culture, it’s no wonder that 10% of Little Emperors 35,000 members have already made bookings to this Mediterranean hotspot.”
Quinta do Lago Resort, The Algarve – Portugal
Combine a thrilling holiday adventure in Quinta do Lago with the relaxed contemporary accommodation at The Magnolia Hotel. Nestled within the beautiful Algarve region and excited to welcome guests back safely for 2021, the hotel offers access to the brand-new multi-sports hub, The Campus, and the hive of activity in the surrounding Quinta do Lago area. With 74 guest rooms, 3 suites and 7 cottages, The Magnolia Hotel is fit for all family members. The resort has also been working hard throughout lockdown, developing its ongoing sustainability strategy, opening a new Asain fusion inspired restaurant, launching two new wedding packages alongside announcing a new pro-tennis package for 2021. The hotel’s cottages are perfect for families with young children and groups looking to reunite, away from the hustle and bustle but also close enough to enjoy all the fantastic amenities on offer.
The Magnolia Hotel (themagnoliahotelqdl.com ; (+351) 289 390 705) offers a Standard Room from €78/£69 on a B&B basis.
Oliver’s Travels’ San Pedro, The Algarve
in the prestigious Pine Cliffs Resort, San Pedro villa comes with spacious, private grounds allowing guests to combine a self-catering villa holiday with access to facilities and activities at the five-star resort including golf, tennis and on-site kids’ clubs. Guests can tailor their holiday to be as interactive with others as they wish and enjoy al fresco dining on the large terrace area surrounding their private pool whilst children can play freely on the spacious lawn. Based in the pretty little coastal town of Olhos d’Agua, there are a multitude of restaurants located in the resort and in the surrounding area, offering freshly caught fish and international cuisine.
Summer rates for a seven-night stay from £8,564. To book, please visit www.oliverstravels.com or call 0800 133 7999.
Little Emperors, the private members luxury hotel club, and Israel’s top UK agent, unveils Israel as a leading destination for holidays this Summer. Israel has been added to the ‘Green List’ following its fantastic handling of Coronavirus and impressive vaccine rollout, making it a favoured destination to visit. With this news in mind, 10% of Little Emperors members have made bookings to this Mediterranean hotspot this summer. Israel is rapidly being recognised as an amazing destination with a unique culture, the Dead Sea, desert activities, boutique hotels and an amazing culinary scene. Overall, Little Emperors enquiries for the destination have increased by 50% from this time last year and with the new Six Senses hotel opening in the desert, this figure will no doubt continue to rise.