Cheap Majorca holiday deals this summer – as Brits warned hotel bosses are ‘determined to raise prices’

MAJORCA has been a popular holiday destination with Brits for decades, and the island’s hotel bosses are hoping for a boost from UK tourists once we’re allowed to travel again.

But holidaymakers are being warned that hoteliers on the island are ‘determined to raise prices’ this year.

Its been reported that hoteliers are looking to raise prices in Majorca


Its been reported that hoteliers are looking to raise prices in MajorcaCredit: Alamy

Speaking to the Majorca Daily Bulletin, Daniel Reilly, Managing Director and founder of JetsGo Holidays said: “I’ve been in negotiations with hoteliers over the past few months and many are determined to put their prices up.

“Over the past few years, Majorca has become an expensive destination. I know hoteliers have invested in upgrading their hotels to four star and want a return on their money.”

He said hoteliers are basing their price increases on the sudden rise in booking demand from flight companies such as easyJet, but warned hoteliers they “have got to be careful they don’t price Majorca out of the market.”

There are still some decent deals to be had though:

  • Jet2 Holidays all-inclusive holidays seven-nights in June from £574pp
  • Jet2 Holidays three-nights breaks from £356pp
  • Easyjet Holidays Globales Verdemar apartments, self-catering seven-nights in June from £296pp   
  • Easyjet Holidays Aluasun Cala Antena Hotel all-inclusive seven-nights in June from £541pp
  • Easyjet Holidays – three-night self-catering breaks from £222pp & three-night all inclusive breaks from £296pp – find here
  • British Airways Holidays Majorca five-night breaks in June from £330pp
  • TUI SUNEO Santa Ponsa Hotel all-inclusive seven-nights in June from £452
  • HolidayPirates five-night luxury stay at Blau Privilege Porto Petro Beach Resort & Spa from May 22 with flights, breakfast and dinner from £686pp
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Spain is hoping to be one of the first countries to welcome back Brit tourists


Spain is hoping to be one of the first countries to welcome back Brit touristsCredit: Alamy

While JetsGo Holidays is ready to resume trips to Majorca as soon as possible, Mr Reilly believes Brits will have to wait until June at the earliest.

While British government’s roadmap announcement allows for the possibility of trips abroad from May 17, he believes holidays to Spain are more likely to start in the middle of June.

He added: “We need to know what the Balearics are planning because the industry in the UK is ready to fly and so are millions of Britons.”

Boris Johnson explained on February 22 that UK holidays could restart from April 12, but is yet to announce when a trip abroad is back on the cards.

Another announcement on April 12 will be given for foreign holidays, but is expected to be no earlier than May 17, and more likely to be June 21.

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For those looking to book a 2021 break, here are cheap all inclusive holidays for this summer, many of which have free child places and there are many cheap package holidays.

If you fancy staying in the UK, holiday parks are also offering huge bargains – some of which start from £3pp a night.

We’ve also found cheap deals in the warmest parts of the UK, as well as at Britain’s best beaches for dog owners and those with kids.

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