Pack a suitcase, grab your passport and run don't walk because a Spanish resort costs under £20 to fly to and serves £3 pints.
Cook's Club Calvia Beach resort in Mallorca may have only opened a few months ago in May, but it's already making waves.
A 'free-spirited hotel in the heart of the action,' it's every Brit's dream - cheap flights, very much still affordable amid an ongoing cost of living crisis and in the local area you can bag yourself £2.50 pints.
YES, you read that right.
The resort describes itself as 'contemporary accommodation crafted with natural materials'.
It's website reads: "Home to 211 rooms created with couples or groups of friends in mind, the style here is rustic-chic.
"Modern design details can be found across the hotel, which is filled with appealing seating areas that make the best of indoor-outdoor living.
"The pool scene is the hub of life at the hotel, and comes adorned with plentiful sun loungers and a solarium. A hand-crafted cocktail is never too far away either."
The resort also boasts a whole range of food, from Greek cuisine to Asian street food and Italian dishes too, with several bars to unwind in further as well - and you can get a 330ml bottle of beer for €3.10 (£2.65) or a draught pint for €4.1 (£3.49).
Or, if that's not good enough a deal already, in the area surrounding the hotel you can pick up a pint for €3 (a mere £2.57 to be exact).
If you needed any more convincing (unlikely), the resort also only allows guests to stay who are aged 18 and over, so no screaming babies or splashing children.
*Immediately starts typing Cook's Club Calvia Beach into Google**
According to The Sun journalist Steve Corbett, who visited the resort, it's 'close to Magaluf but away from all the partying' - located in-between Magaluf and Palma Nova - offering some proper relaxation but still the possibility to boogy for those who like to 'dabble' in the club scene.
Despite being located near Magaluf, Corbett notes you won't find too many tacky kebab shops around the area either, with fresh fish restaurants easily accessible instead which serve little plates of 'truly Spanish tapas' 'bursting with flavour' if you do fancy venturing out of the resort.
The hotel is also only 300m from the beach but has its own large main swimming pool and an infinity pool if you're a bit worse for wear after all those cheap pints, in desperate need of a refreshing dip.
Corbett paid €82 per night - based on two guests sharing - which works out at around £70 per night.
If you take a return flight with Wizz Air from London's Luton airport to Palma de Mallorca you can get there from £12.99 each way too, he says.
So, if you've still got a few days of holiday left to take off at work, what are you waiting for?Featured Image Credit: Cook’s Club Calvia Beach / Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty Images