The world's welcome mat is laid out and ready to welcome you inside the hotels, motels and more across Asia, Europe, America and Africa... read more

Accommodation in the Americas

From the Great White North of Canada to the grand United States, trailing down to colourful Central America and the Latin samba of countries in the south, the Americas are broad and bountiful – especially when it comes to choices of where to stay.

Embrace the French feel of your hotel in the Old Town of Quebec or Montreal, stay near the stars in Hollywood or try a little luck and luxury in Las Vegas. Soak in the sunshine from your suite south of the border in Cancun or Buenos Aires, or venture further afield to Hawaii where beachfront accommodation is ample.

Everywhere is an option in Europe

If you are overwhelmed by the choice of 20 arrondissements in Paris alone, choosing where to stay in Europe might boggle the mind. A chateau in the Swiss Alps? A canal-view villa in Amsterdam? A cheap and cheerful hostel in Barcelona? The choices are, quite literally, endless.

Even individual destinations are incredibly diverse, like the swanky inner-city hotels and quaint countryside cottages weaving their way around England, or thrifty penzions and prestige apartments in the Czech Republic. Flight Centre is a great resource for finding and booking your international accommodation, with plenty of experts on hand to lend their advice on the extensive range of European hotels.

An assortment of Asian hotels

Exploring the exotic East can be tiring work. Traipsing the Great Wall of China, sampling street food in Vietnam or taking a cultural journey through Nepal are just a few of the eye-opening activities that could fill your itinerary, leaving you in need of respite by the day's end.

Indulge yourself with a pinch of pampering at a 5-star hotel in Hong Kong, Shanghai or Tokyo, or stick to your budget in Kathmandu, Bangkok or Seoul. Whether you're travelling to shop ' til you drop or looking for enlightenment, enjoy the authentic hospitality on display from one Asian country to the next.