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Bahia Principe launches Happiness Sale for October half term

With October half term around the corner, Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts has launched the Happiness Sale.

Bahia Principe properties are suitable for multi-generational breaks. The Dominican Republic and Canary Islands are favourites with families and a range of activities and amenities for guests of all ages are available.

The Happiness Sale offers exclusive discounts of up to 70% across all properties booked before October 8.  Additionally, the first child (0-12 years) will travel for free.  

There are two options for this October half term.

The fantasy-themed Fantasia Bahia Principe Tenerife offers family holidays with a fairytale castle taking centre stage. The castle is also home to the 'Magic Suite' – a special castle-themed bedroom to sleep up to five people, complete with a swing, minibar, and costumes and make-up for kids to create their own games and plays. The property offers an array of features for all ages, including a waterpark, special kids spa treatments, teens club with private disco, and kids club with a range of activities from costume workshops and cooking experiences to island expeditions.

Families are welcomed by a circus-trained 'Candy Man' at the lobby of the hotel enthralling kids and giving out sweets. A dedicated concierge assists families with everything they need. The property runs multi-media theatrical shows every night. The show combines music and acrobatics with lighting and video projections. Adults can go for the adults-only infinity pool with a bar. They can also opt for the spa circuit at the Spa and wellness centre which includes sauna and steam room. The resort has 372 rooms, seven swimming pools, five restaurants, six bars, and a golf camp next to it.

A seven-night stay in a junior suite is priced from £665 per person based on two adults and two children sharing a junior suite on an all-inclusive basis (33% discount). The prices are valid for stays in October. 

The second option is the Grand Bahia Principe La Romana in the Dominican Republic

The property overlooks the Caribbean waters. Kids can enjoy scavenger hunts, Olympic games, contests and quizzes, as well karaoke and themed nights. All-inclusive activities include water sports such as snorkelling, kayaks, catamarans and boogie boards on the beach. The resort has 400 rooms, pool, five restaurants – where guests can have three a la carte dinners in restaurants per week included in the stay – three bars, and a golf course.

A seven-night stay in a junior suite superior is priced from £210 per person based on two adults and two children sharing a suite junior superior on an all-inclusive basis (69% discount). The prices are valid for stays in October. 

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