Operator stops selling Sardinia hotel to families6

August 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);8/21/2009, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that tour operator Classic Collection has stopped selling the Chia Laguna Resort in Sardinia, Italy to families after Nick Munday, an 18-month-old British child, died after falling 10ft from a balcony last week. Classic Collection managing director Nick Munday said the operator was continuing to offer the Chia Laguna Resort for adult-only bookings. However, it has withdrawn the property from the family market following the death of Brad Kremer.


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