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Warner Leisure Hotels launches Learn to Dance breaks

Warner Leisure Hotels has launched new Learn to Dance breaks across selected Warner Gold stays.

Offering guests who wish to grasp the basics of dance the chance to improve their skill, these classes give both beginners and novices the confidence to take their first steps on the dance floor.

‘Learn to Dance’ breaks offer expert tuition with professionally led beginner classes held daily to teach the Waltz, Quickstep and Cha-Cha. Music for Ballroom and Latin dance practice is available every evening of the break and there will be a dance-themed cabaret performance on one night of the stay also.

The breaks are available to book now with prices for a four-night break at Bembridge Coast Hotel, Isle of Wight, starting from £200 per person, when arriving on February 3. This price is based on two adults sharing a Standard Room inclusive of the Simply Dine package (English and continental buffet breakfasts and three course evening meals).

 


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