Brit holidaymakers can now get paid to advertise a Spanish hotel on their suitcase | The Sun

A HOTEL in Spain is offering Brits the chance to earn a free holiday simply by using their suitcase when they travel.

Brit holidaymakers will be able to earn a free holiday by becoming a "bagvertiser" for a hotel chain.

The Cook's Club already has hotels in tourist hotspots like Rhodes, Palma, Turkey, and Egypt.

Its new adults-only hotel Calvia Beach is set to open in Palmanova in Majorca in May.

To help spread the word, the chain is looking for frequent travellers in the UK who are willing to advertise the hotel on their suitcases.

Successful applicants will be asked to swap their existing luggage in exchange for hotel-branded suitcases that they will use throughout April and May.

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Holidaymakers who want to apply will need to regularly travel by train in the UK or frequently visit the Balearic Islands.

Anyone interested in earning themself a free holiday is encouraged to message the Cook's Club on Instagram.

The new hotel will have an infinity pool as well as private beach access with rooms starting at £82 per night for two guests.

A spokesperson for Cook’s Club, said: "Our guests are young, interesting and fun-loving holidaymakers so we wanted to celebrate the launch of our new Calvia Beach hotel with something equally fun and interesting. 

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"We believe our ‘bagvertising’ concept is a first-of-its-kind initiative and we will be rolling out our Cook’s Club-branded luggage during April and May."

Here's what you can expect from the Cook's Club in Crete, as well as in Turkey.

Elsewhere in Spain, popular tourist hotspots have been cracking down on day-tripping holidaymakers, calling them a "plague of locusts".

And while Barcelona may be popular with holidaymakers, the city is seeking to cap the number of cruises docking in its port.

Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands, also plans to limit tourists in a move that will see the island welcome fewer tourists who have greater spending power.

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