Here are all the best offers available this week, including your guide to the best water parks in the US, a majestic tour of China, an immersive stay in South Africa and the best summer holiday packages to book in Ireland.
Since opening as the Railway Hotel in 1852, Galway's Hotel Meyrick has remained one of the country's most iconic hotels.
For a really immersive trip, look into the Explore the Bay package, a unique experience that includes a 45-minute walking tour of Galway with the expert guide, who tell the story of how the city’s development has been shaped by its close proximity to the sea.
You'll also enjoy a 45-minute gentle boat ride to Galway Bay and a glass of Champagne and a half dozen oysters in the hotel’s elegant Oyster Bar upon returning to the stately hotel.
2. Let loose with the family at Fota Island Resort
Fota Island Resort truly has something for everyone, but it really makes a perfect holiday spot for families. Keep energetic little ones entertained with Camp Fota, including activities like soccer, crafts, spaghetti engineering and fairy trails.
If you have a little Tiger Woods among you, here's the spot to let them develop their skills as Golf Camps run throughout the summer with a focus on golf tuition and fun golf games. Or, if standing (comparatively) still isn't on the cards for your kids, treat them to a hair-raising day in Fota Island Adventure, getting to grips with combat archery, orienteering, target practice and bushcraft.
And for the parents, the hotel spa will offer all the opportunities you need to unwind while the children jump, run and play to their hearts' content - a win-win!
If you've always longed to be the kind of person that learned an exciting new skill on holiday - if only for the Insta photos - look no further. Clontarf Castle Hotel in North Dublin is offering a 2-hour paddleboarding lesson courtesy of the energetic team at Pure Magic Dublin, along with a 2-night stay.
One of the easier water sports to pick up, in no time you'll be breezing over the water, allowing you to soak up the beauty of this seaside enclave in a whole new way.
4. Stay a while on the Wild Atlantic Way in Sligo
The Wild Atlantic Way is something everyone should experience at least once, as it showcases the best that Ireland has to offer. One ideal starting point for exploring it, however, is Sligo and the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Sligo has excellent offers to tempt you to the West.
Nestled in the idyllic Sligo countryside near the scenic coast of Rosses Point, your family can use the spot as a base to explore Eagles Flying bird sanctuary, discover Lissadell House, take a boat tour on Lough Gill with Rose of Inishfree or let loose at Five Star Fun children’s indoor play area , plus ice-cream in Mammy Johnston’s in Strandhill.
5. A stylish getaway to boutique Limerick City
Boutique hotels are the hallmark of a chic, cosmopolitan city, and there's no better place to experience the charm and sophistication of Limerick City than The George Hotel, Limerick.
Make the most of the 15% discount on the hotel's Summer Madness package, sampling the diverse and exciting food and drink culture of this vibrant city while the students clear out for the summer.
A bustling and charming port town, Waterford has a lot to offer those looking for natural beauty, and scenic locations.
Whether you're off exploring the ancient east through the Waterford Greenway a spectacular 46km off-road cycling trail along an old railway line between Waterford and Dungarvan, or settling in in the picturesque villages of Tramore and Dunmore East, Waterford will soon become a special place for you and your loved ones.
7. Dive into the summer at The Rose Hotel, Tralee
Children, no matter their age, will always associate summer with days spent frolicking in the sea, whether or not the weather complies. This year, avoid being the bearer of bad news when the heavens open by treating your family to a stay at The Rose Hotel, complete with passes to the Aqua Dome.
Get the best of both worlds, as this beautiful hotel is perfectly positioned along the Wild Atlantic Way, with local Blue Flag beaches and the Dingle Peninsula ready and waiting for you. And if the sun doesn't shine, don't worry: you're only steps away from the largest indoor waterparks in Ireland, the Aqua Dome.
8. Get the royal treatment and see the best of the Kingdom
Proving that staycations don't always have to be less extravagant than other holidays, The Reserve Apartments at the magnificent 5-star Muckross Park Hotel & Spa are offering families the chance to discover the unrivaled natural beauty of the surrounding Kerry landscape with beautiful woodlands, lakes and mountains.
Settling in with complimentary wine and chocolates, chose from making the most of the hotel's bike hire service to see the Gap of Dunloe, the nearby Torc Waterfall and Muckross House or staying in for a delicious meal at Yew Tree Restaurant, Monk’s Bar & Lounge or Major Colgan’s.
Enjoy a stylish staycation at The Savoy with their Summer Breeze at The Savoy package, a luxury city break with a difference. Complete with valet service, a luxurious bedroom and the finest in dining around, you'll be utterly spoiled.
Take in the sights, sounds and smells of the Milk Market, sample the local produce and pick up gifts or sip a coffee and people watch. Visit the Hunt Museum for a guided tour, shop in the city’s fine boutiques or take in a thrilling game at the home of Munster Rugby - the iconic Thomond Park
10. The Wild Atlantic Way by paddle board at Knockranny House Hotel
Looking for a new perspective on the Wild Atlantic Way? Look no further, as Knockranny House Hotel is offering a package deal including an SUP session out on the water at Old Head beach in Westport with paddleboard experts, Summer SUP School.
As well as being one of the world’s fastest growing and most enjoyable sports, it is an amazing way to explore the Irish coastline while also getting fit. And after a thrilling day on the water, unwind in the pool, sauna and steam room in the gorgeous Spa Salveo.