Daily Getaways: Hot Caesars Hotel Packages Today Only
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Today is the last day of Week 2 of the US Travel Association’s Daily Getaways.
For those not familiar with Daily Getaways, travel deals and packages will be available on a first-come first-served each weekday from April 4, 2016 through May 6, 2016. For a look at last week’s offers, click here.
The deals today are Caesars hotel packages.
Here are the packages with purchase links –
1. Planet Hollywood Las Vegas package for $500 (10 packages available)
2. Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City package for $650 (5 packages available)
3. Caesars Palace Las Vegas package for $1,400 (10 packages available)
4. Nobu Hotel Las Vegas package for $590 (5 packages available)
5. Paris Las Vegas package for $350 (5 packages available)
6. Rio Secco Golf Club package for $520 (5 packages available)
The packages go on sale at 1pm EST today.
Here’s a look at what the packages include –
1. Planet Hollywood Las Vegas package for $500 – includes round-trip transportation between McCarran International Airport and Planet Hollywood, 2 nights in a Hollywood Hip room (double occupancy) at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas with in-room Champagne, a $100 dining credit at any restaurant, bar or lounge in the hotel, tickets for two for a Caesars Entertainment Show of your choice.
2. Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City package for $650 – includes round-trip limousine transfers between Atlantic City International Airport and Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City, 2 nights in a Bayview Premium Room (double occupancy) wtih in-room Champagne, and dinner for 2 (up to $150) at any restaurant at Harrah’s.
3. Caesars Palace Las Vegas package for $1,400 – includes round-trip limousine transfers between McCarran International Airport and Caesars Palace, 3 nights in a suite at Caesars Palace (double occupancy), tickets for 2 to any show at a Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas property, $200 dining credit for any Caesars Palace restaurant, fitness center access for 2 at QUA Baths & Spa, and free in-room internet for one device.
4. Nobu Hotel Las Vegas package for $590 – includes round-trip transportation between McCarran International Airport and Nobu Hotel, 2 nights (double occupancy) in a Nobu Room at Nobu hotel, dinner for 2 at Nobu Restaurant (up to $300), in-room tea service, fitness center access for 2 at QUA Baths & Spa, and free in-room internet for one device.
5. Paris Las Vegas package for $350 – includes round-trip limousine transportation between McCarran International Airport and Paris Las Vegas, 2 nights in a Red Room Premier (double occupancy) with in-room Champagne, $150 credit for dinner for 2 at any restaurant in the hotel, and $150 credit for treatments at Mandara Spa.
6. Rio Secco Golf Club package for $520 – includes round trip transportation between McCarran International Airport and Rio All-Suite Las Vegas, as well as between the Rio Hotel and the Rio Secco Golf Club, 2 nights in a Premium Studio Suite (double occupancy) at Rio Secco, $100 dining credit for use at any restaurants, bars and lounges in the hotel, and a round of golf for two at Rio Secco Golf Club.
All of these packages have great value. Room cost alone sometimes exceeds the price of the package. For example, looking at a random weekend in July at the Paris Las Vegas, the Red Room came out to $236 per night, which is $472 for two nights.
That’s more than the entire package price which goes for $350 and includes champagne, limo, $150 dinner credit and $150 spa credit!
There are blackout dates that vary by property, so it may not be possible to redeem your package during a busy holiday weekend. All package bookings must be made 30 days in advance of arrival, and travel for all packages must be completed by July 1, 2017.
There are only a handful of each of the packages today, so if you want one I’d advise being ready a little before 1pm to purchase right when they go on sale.
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