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Publisher's Round up, 13 July

All aboard -- this week we’re mad about award-winning spas, Berlin celebrity haunts, disembarking upon Northern European ports to discover lesser-known cities, a North American train journey and Alaska cruise, and lobster lunches and wine at Hampshire’s Pylwell Food & Drink Festival.

£149-- Essex: Chic Country Stay w/Spa & Meals, Reg £350
Lifehouse is one of the UK's top spas (it won four bubbles from the Good Spa Guide), and this package includes an overnight stay and a £100 credit towards a spa treatment plus full English breakfast, a 3-course lunch and dinner. Go on, pamper yourself.

£157 -- 'World's Best Design Hotel': 2-Nt Berlin Stay for 2
Over on the continent, our German office sent us this 2-night steal with breakfast and bubbly at a central Berlin celeb magnet (Brad & Angelina, among other overpaid gods and goddesses, have stayed here).

£429 -- 7-NtFred.Olsen Amsterdam & Hamburg Cruise, £230 Off
This is not just a low-priced cruise – in addition to popular Amsterdam it features stops in Antwerp (home to Rubens’ workshop AND fine Belgian chocolate), and waterway-filled Hamburg.

£1599 -- 14-NightAlaska Cruise w/Rockies Train & City Stays
A whopping 2-week steal including stays in Chicago & Seattle, a train trip through the Cascade Mountains, Icicle Canyon and Glacier National Park.

£59 -- Hampshire FoodFestival Tickets w/Lobster Lunch for 2
Back on UK soil comes this food & drink festival special with a lobster lunch and bottle of wine. Yum.

Maire Bonheim is the associate publisher of the UK Top 20 list.

Every week our deal experts from 23 international offices seek out the contenders for the Top 20. We pull deals apart, put them back together and discuss ways to improve them so our subscribers across the UK & Ireland see the best deals.

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Maire

Deal Expert, London
Friday, 15 July 2011
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