On the occasion that travelers' flights to Spain are delayed, there is now the chance to catch up on forty winks in the solitude of a private capsular form of hotel room.
The Yotel at London Heathrow Airport's Terminal 4 promises to provide "everything you would expect from a luxury hotel in a small space".
A Yotel is also available at London Gatwick's South Terminal where weary travelers can choose from a premium double room or a standard single cabin.
The cabins provide holidaymakers with a private area in which to rest in addition to en suite bathrooms in which to freshen up before their flights.
In a heart warming post-Valentine's Day tale, love has blossomed in the popular Spanish holiday resort of Benidorm.
Typically Spanish reports that according to EFE news agency, 35-year old elephant Petita - known as the "ugly duckling" of the zoo - has found love after years of rejection based on her appearance.
The publication notes that Petita is a resident of Terra Natura animal park and had previously been unable to secure the interests of a mate.
So aesthetically unattractive was Petita that she was not only rejected several times but on occasion attacked by potential suitors and had to be protected by fellow female elephant Kaioso.
Holidaymakers taking flights to Spain may find they can enjoy a more streamlined travel experience when using self-service check-in kiosks.
According to Virgin Atlantic, holidaymakers' journeys through airports are "easier" as a result of the kiosks.
British Airways, which offers flights to Spain, has 220 BA check-in kiosks at 39 major airports which are used by roughly 675,000 customers to check-in on a monthly basis.
"It gives the customer the choice of how they want to interact at check-in and gives the passenger a simple and seamless experience," Janine Donovan, press officer at Virgin Atlantic commented.
Last year saw a record year on in terms of the performance of travel as an industry, it has been reported.
According to Easier, the Guild of Travel Management Companies final figures for 2007 showed that members made almost 14 million bookings for the year. Something it claims is an all time record.
Increases were reported in the sectors of hotel and rail bookings, while flight bookings increased in quarters two and three.
Britons looking to take family holidays in Spain this Easter have been advised to book their flights to Spain early.
According to Thomas Cook, many Britons take advantage of the extra days' holiday over Easter in order to take a three or four-day family holiday in Spain.
With children having school holidays, families can enjoy travelling overseas and taking flights to Spain for early summer sun holidays to destinations with guaranteed good weather.
"Being Easter and that the kids are off school, Thomas Cook always advises to book in advance to ensure people get the destination and dates they want," a spokesperson advised.
Residents of the West Midlands are increasingly escaping the gloomy weather in favour of Spanish holidays, it has been revealed.
According to newly released figures from Birmingham Airport, passengers taking flights to Murcia in the winter month of January rose by 335 per cent this year.
The news comes after Monarch Airlines announced it is launching a new route to Murcia from Manchester Airport.
"We received some fantastic news in January with Ryanair announcing a base here at Birmingham and the introduction of 20 new routes commencing onwards from April.
A new itinerary of flights to Murcia from Manchester has been launched by Monarch Airlines.
The service will provide transportation five times per week for Britons looking to enjoy family holidays in Spain.
A daily service will be launched in the summer but the flights to Murcia are currently available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
"We have been overwhelmed by how well it has been received with the first flight almost fully booked and over 20,000 bookings already taken," a spokesperson for the airline commented.
Flights to Murcia can be taken from January through until December, it has been noted, as the region has been described as a "year-round destination".
According to Exclusively Murcia's founder Andrew Nicholson, flights to Murcia are available frequently and at a low cost.
Murcia is currently looking ahead to what it expects will be a prosperous year, after 2007 figures from Spain's Ministry of Tourism and Commerce revealed that tourist levels rose by 18 per cent last year.
Murcia is located on two seas - the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean Sea both of which boast magnificent cliffs, beaches, ports and coves.
The Costa Brava is one of the top five favourite holiday destinations, according to one commentator.
Holiday Rentals reports that in 2007, the top five favourite holiday destinations were Playa de las Americas in the Spanish holiday island of Tenerife, Orlando in Florida, Chania in Crete, Lucca in Tuscany, Italy and Spain's Costa Brava.
The news comes as the company reveals that over 90 per cent of holiday homes are located in Europe.
Moreover, Spain is said to "dominate" the market in terms of the number of holiday homes it boasts.
More tourists took flights to Murcia in 2007 and the region is looking ahead to a "prosperous" 2008, it has been reported.
According to figures from the Ministry of Tourism and Commerce, tourist levels grew by 18 per cent last year, while property prices rose by four per cent.
Meanwhile, flights to Murcia exceeded the national average in terms of visitor increase as passenger traffic at San Javier Airport grew by 23 per cent to two million in 2007.
"Murcia is one of the fastest growing regions in Spain and a new international airport opening in 2009 will further drive growth with an estimated three million passengers visiting in the first year," commented Mike Hamilton director of Casas de Lorca.