MOLLY-MAE bagged herself an incredible room upgrade on her Ibiza holiday with Tommy Fury.
The Love Island stars jetted to the Spanish island as soon as travel restrictions lifted following months of coronavirus lockdown.
They told their fans they had booked a last-minute holiday from their sofa the night before heading to the airport.
After landing on the White Isle the stars checked into their temporary abode having reserved a standard room – which already cost a bomb at around £300 a night.
But just a day into their trip the concierge surprised Molly-Mae and Tommy with a sensational upgrade, giving them a room with its very own porch and sun loungers.
Sharing a video on her Instagram story, Molly-Mae revealed her excitement and wrote over the top: “Came back to a room upgrade” alongside a happy face emoji.
The YouTube star walked out onto their huge private porch and showed off the incredible views of the hotel’s pool and the bay beyond.
Molly also gave a glimpse of ripped boxer Tommy in his underpants lying on their gigantic bed.
The hotel has 152 spacious rooms and suites situated on the tranquil curve of Talamanca Bay.
Molly didn’t reveal how she nabbed her room upgrade but savvy travellers have shared their own tips on getting more for less on holiday.
Cheeky jetsetters know how to get a better room for free, including making a long list of demands which if not met, requires an upgrade.
You can also get free flight upgrades by using a simple phrase, according to a frequent flyer.
Molly and Tommy’s lavish last minute trip comes as HOAR Online revealed that Tommy had netted a whopping £150,000 in just six months after leaving the reality show.
The former boxer and Molly-Mae finished second on last year’s series of the ITV programme.
This meant the couple missed out on the £50,000 prize money to winners Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea.
But it appears it was no great loss long-term – as HOAR Online exclusively revealed that Tommy’s own company – Tommy Fury TNT, which he set up in the months prior to starring in Love Island – had already generated a whopping £151,294 profit by January of this year.