Club Med is looking for a family to review all-inclusive resorts and they will even pay you £500 – The Sun

A LUXURY holiday company is looking for one lucky family to review their all-inclusive getaways, free of charge.

The winners will even get paid £500 for the job.

Holiday provider Club Med is offering the lucky family three free trips, each for seven nights.

Everything will be paid for, including the hotel rooms, return flights, transfers, all meals and drinks as well as all activities.

With destinations across Europe, the US and the Caribbean, the trips could be anything from a sunny beach break to a mountain getaway.

The advert says: "Wanted: One UK family to go on three all-inclusive holidays for free. Requirements: Review the resorts and activities. Pay: £500."

"We're offering UK families a unique job: the opportunity to go on three all-inclusive family holidays, whether sun holidays, snow breaks, or mountain and lake getaways.

"And not only will everything be free of charge, the successful candidate will be paid for simply relaxing, doing activities, then reviewing their experiences and the resorts."

"All you have to do to apply is share your favourite family holiday photo on social media by using the hashtag #ultimatefamilyjob and tagging @ClubMed on Instagram or @ClubMedUK on Facebook or Twitter."

The images don't have to include children or be of a Club Med resort.

The lucky winners will need to review the resort and the activities as well as share their experience on their social media.

Applications close on September 30, with the winner announced on October 3.

Holidays will need to be taken by December 2020.

Earlier this year, spa booking specialist SpaSeekers were looking for someone to test out their luxury spas across the UK, as well as pay them £500.

Other dream jobs have included a £50,000 role to find the most Instagrammable places around Europe and a position paying £75,000 to test superyachts and private islands around the world.

Sun Online Travel spoke to a number of people who were lucky enough to travel the world through their dream job.

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