BA Holidays site - Villas

Old Feb 19, 20, 1:00 pm
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BA Holidays site - Villas

I really struggle being able to easily search for BA holiday villas.

There is no filter for villas on the site and when you do get down into to them another way navigating out of one to others is a mare.

You canít change the cabin type once you do get into a villa page either.

Anyone else find this frustrating; any tips?
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Old Feb 19, 20, 2:09 pm
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Originally Posted by RockyRobin View Post
I really struggle being able to easily search for BA holiday villas.

There is no filter for villas on the site and when you do get down into to them another way navigating out of one to others is a mare.

You canít change the cabin type once you do get into a villa page either.

Anyone else find this frustrating; any tips?
Have used BAH quite a lot but never for villas. It looks like they have a tie up with James Villas, so maybe the way to go is research on their website and then call BAH?
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Old Feb 19, 20, 2:36 pm
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Have used BAH quite a lot but never for villas. It looks like they have a tie up with James Villas, so maybe the way to go is research on their website and then call BAH?
Could do but it looks like a quite small subset of their villas and the price inc flights is one of my key drivers
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Old Feb 19, 20, 4:00 pm
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The BA Holidays website is in desperate need of a redesign. The booking engine is BA.com of way back when which has evidently just been adapted, but it just ends up being incredibly clunky and badly laid out.

Shame as the holidays themselves tend to end up being very good value for money.
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