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Now Virgin Holidays has launched 'divorce holiday packages' to Las Vegas to help people who are getting divorced have a bit of R&R after the stress of the split.
According to ONS research, 42 per cent of UK adults will get divorced. A Virgin Holidays study showed that 29 per cent of people getting divorced want to go on holiday afterwards for a bit of a break.
And according to the research, the majority of divorced Brits (78 per cent) feel that an escape away made them feel better about their new marital status.
It also showed that two-thirds of adults (60 per cent) lost touch with their friends while they were married, but that over half of Brits (55 per cent) said that going through divorce made them reconnect and form deeper relationships with friends.
Virgin Holidays' Divorce Holiday packages, available in Las Vegas, include experiences such as personal styling sessions and photoshoots, shopping sprees, entertainment and nightlife itineraries, and excursions like night helicopter flights over the illuminated Las Vegas Strip.
There are three holidays packages have a starting price of £999 per person and are based on four friends experiencing the holiday package.
The packages vary with each including different activities such as spa treatments, photoshoots and entry into nightclubs and pool parties.
"Unfortunately divorce is a reality for one in two British adults, which can take its emotional toll, so we've launched a new range of products that are designed to give our customers a well-deserved break," says Joe Thompson, Managing Director of Virgin Holidays.
"We always listen to our customers and make a concerted effort to respond to changing demands. This is why we've curated holiday options that provides the perfect opportunity to reconnect with friends.
"Las Vegas continues to be a key destination for Virgin Holidays - the fun and vibrancy of this illuminated playground holds a timeless appeal with holiday-makers who want to explore this exciting city, and even escape reality for a short time."
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