staycation


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stay·ca·tion

 (stā-kā′shən)
n.
A vacation in which one does not travel away from home.

[Blend of stay and vacation.]

staycation

(ˌsteɪˈkeɪʃən) or

stacation

n
informal a holiday in which leisure activities are pursued while staying at one's own home
[C21: stay1 + (va)cation]
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The staycation package is valid from 21 st to 24 th March 2018.
So, if you've ever wondered what it's like to take a Holiday Indulgence staycation at Solaire Resort and Casino, come and sneak a peek with us from check-in to check-out.
A staycation has several benefits, including sleeping in your own bed, bypassing suitcase packing and discovering or rediscovering your local community.
Tribune News Network Doha Grand Hyatt Doha Hotel & Villas is offering a special rate starting from QR649 for Qatari residents willing to extend their summer holiday with a Doha staycation.
Sharjah resident Nidhi Kumar (22) was gifted 'her best birthday present so far' - a staycation, last year.
festive staycations IBIS Hotels' 25% off winter sale is great for those looking to book a winter staycation and make the most of the UK's festive markets and shopping destinations.
Desert Palm Dubai is celebrating its new brand look and booking engine with special staycation offers when booking directly through their new website, http://desertpalm.
Lonely Planet named North Wales as the fourth top place to visit in the world, and Travelodge also put North Wales in its Top Five places for a staycation, so it's good to see yet another travel provider putting North Wales firmly on the holiday map.
Figures from Barclays Business also reveal that three-quarters of adults in the UK either have been on or are planning a UK staycation this year, up from 70% in 2016.
Outgoing chief executive Jill McDonald, who is leaving next month to head up Marks & Spencer's fashion and homewares arm, said: "A combination of good planning and execution meant that we optimised sales from the staycation summer, with strong growth in camping, roof boxes and cycle carriers.
Three quarters (75%) of UK adults have been on, or are planning a UK staycation this year1, up from 70% in 20162.