Type of site
|Products||Hotels, attractions, theatre, travel|
|Divisions||LateRooms (sister company)|
|Current status||Shutdown 1 August 2019|
Super Break was a British holiday company based in York which specialised in UK and European short breaks for over 30 years, including theatre breaks, rail packages and concerts at the O2 Arena in London. On 1 August 2019, they announced they had been placed in Administration.
Super Break was founded in 1983. It initially promoted 100 hotels and this number grew rapidly with the release of the bookable website in 1999. Super Break acquired several businesses including Golden Rail in 1989, Hotelnet and Rainbow Holidays in 2000, Bookit in 2004 and West End Theatre Bookings in 2007, West End Theatre Bookings was sold to Encore Tickets in June 2011.
Super Break won many awards including the 2012 Travel Weekly Globe Awards for:
2011 Globe Travel Awards for:
Super Break won the 2010 Advantage award for:
In 2009, Super Break won three awards in The Co-operative Travel Star Awards:
Super Break offers a range of short breaks which include attraction, rail breaks and Eurostar breaks. Bookings are made using a credit or debit card with no credit card or booking fees. SuperBreak is a member of the Association of British Travel Agents
Super Break provided a wide range of accommodation from 2 star budget hotels or apartments to 5 star luxury boutiques with a range of bed and breakfast, room only or dinner, bed and breakfast offers available.
Super Break employed 200 staff with the main office based in York city centre.