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08-07-2008, 09:26 PM
Our first leg of our journey takes us by car from home near Newcastle to Manchester. I have booked the SAS Radisson for overnight before we leave next day for Orlando. (That sounds good):smiley4:

I have booked their Celebration package....anyone ever done this before?

The price includes ...

- +/-25 square metres
- Buffet breakfast, premuim movies, newspapers, bathrobe and slippers included
- Room type / Bed type / Smoking preference confirmed
- Free broadband and in-room Nespresso coffee machine
- VAT and applicable taxes included
- Earn Gold Points with this rate

-Champagne and chocoloates on arrival
-Three course Table D' Hote Dinner with bottle of house wine in the restaurant
-Buffet breakfast or room service breakfast,VAT and all taxes included
-Room type/Bed Type/Smoking preferenece confirmed
-Earn gold points with this rate

08-07-2008, 09:42 PM
Make sure you get a room with an even number as they overlook the runway.

08-07-2008, 09:43 PM
Make sure you get a room with an even number as they overlook the runway.

Nice tip....thank you :yes:

Magical Moments.
08-07-2008, 10:23 PM
We have also booked to go to the SAS Radisson.on the 11th Sep ready for our flight the next day,from Manchester.

I just love going the day before, as it helps me chill and calms me down ready to face the flight next morning.I am a nervous flyer.

We are thing of upgrading to the Celebration package too.

09-07-2008, 01:05 PM
We are thing of upgrading to the Celebration package too.

I've actually already booked this but...if your going before me and you do decide to upgrade please please please try and remember to let us know what it was like. :p015:

09-07-2008, 02:33 PM
Gotta be worth it just for the breakfast alone... there is no where decent to have brekky at the airport.

16-07-2008, 04:43 PM
You will love it, such a fab way to start your holiday and make sure you ring up in advance with your request for an Airside room, makes such a difference.

The Celebration Package sounds brilliant and with the breakfast costing 18 pp it so worth it. We have also eaten there a few times in the eveing, once on NYE and the setting is lovely. Philleas Fog, or something like that its called.

Have fun. xx

12-02-2009, 05:40 PM
I've just reviewed our rate on their website for our June booking with 15 nights parking and it has gone down 26 so rang to amend. Adding breakfast is not usually an option with the 'stop and go' package but lady let me add it on. I am now staying for ten pounds more than my original rate but with 4x breakfasts included - which would cost 70.

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