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All Over Hotels: Swimsuits Optional [Paperback]

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Book Description

1 Jun 2003
It's a new phenomenon. On both sides of the Atlantic ordinary resorts are recognising a growing demand for nude sunbathing. This unique guide describes more than 250 holiday hotels and apartments worldwide to relax, unwind and get that elusive all-over tan. Information on all of the major high street travel companies, including who goes where. Destinations from budget to deluxe. Use the websites for each property to look before you book. The email, fax and telephone contact details are invaluable for independent travellers.

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  • Paperback: 64 pages
  • Publisher: Lifestyle Press Ltd (1 Jun 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0954476700
  • ISBN-13: 978-0954476700
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,583,778 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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All Over Hotels: Swimsuits Optional, is the first guide to list properties where nudity is considered acceptable. -- The Times, May 17, 2003

A new holiday guide lists hotels with designated areas where you can swap your bathing suit for your birthday suit. -- Daily Mail Website, This is Travel, May 21, 2003

A quarter of the British population has swum in the nude and rules regarding nudity are flying out the window. -- News from Abroad, May 22, 2003

For a Full Monty break All Over Hotels lists over 250 hotels and flats worldwide for nude sunseekers. -- Sunday People, May 25, 2003

It doesn't list nudist camps, but hotels around the world offering facilities for those who prefer to sunbathe undressed. -- Travel Mole, May 22, 2003

It's amazing how popular these holidays are, so for a list of nudist hotels get hold of the book. -- Daily Mirror, May 24, 2003

The four-star Puerto Palace Hotel, Tenerife, for example, has got a naturist sundeck, and a skinny-dipping pool. -- Travel Weekly, June 2, 2003

Until the swimsuit dies, this guide opens up the possibility of naturists finding somewhere to stay, perhaps at bargain prices. -- Naturist Magazine, June 19, 2003

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5.0 out of 5 stars Where to go bare 14 Jun 2003
This is a book that has been needed for some time. Naturists know about naturist sites that can be visited on holiday, but that does not cater for those people who might like to try it on holiday, but who may not know where to go, also those where perhaps one family member is interested but others not. It lists the well known sites that are fully naturist but also tells you the information that many of the main stream travel companies leave out of their brochures. It lists those hotels where naturist facilities are available, but not advertised as such, in brochures available in the UK. Continental brochures contain these details but for some reason they are not advertised to British Holidaymakers. If you want to try naturism on your holiday, check this book out, then look for the hotel in the major travel companies brochures and give it a try. It lists hotels with terraces or a roof given over to getting that all over tan, nearest naturist beaches, naturist health spas in hotels etc.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent directory 20 Aug 2006
By Carlos
This is an excellent directory of hotels with naturist facilities or located near facilities/beaches/pools. It's good to find out where you could stay, especially since it makes mentions that the hotels or the tour operators tend to remove from their literature.

The book has now several years so you may ve interested in their newer Bare Beaches, which does focus on the southern Mediterranean or wait until spring 2007 for their World Guide to Nude Beaches & Resorts in partnership with The Naturist Society in the USA.
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