Bahamas, Air, Atlantis Resort, 4 Nights, From $977
Save more than $200 per person with this vacation deal to Paradise Island’s most popular resort.
The Real Deal Vacation package to the Bahamas, includes airfare from Detroit to Nassau on Delta Airlines, four nights at the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort in the Atlantis Beach Tower, the "Taste of Atlantis Pass" for discounts at resort bars and restaurants (a value of $150), airport transfers, baggage handling at the hotel, and an extra 1,000 bonus miles per person for booking through Delta Vacations, from $977 per person including hotel and air taxes and fees.
When Thru Dec. 31, 2012 ($977).
Gateways Detroit ($977); add $15 for Atlanta; add $29 for New York City (JFK); additional gateway cities also available.
The Fine Print Use promo code DV15678 when booking. Package price based on select Friday-Saturday departures and Tuesday-Wednesday returns. Airport taxes and fees are included in the package price. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is from $831. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book By Jun. 30, 2012 ($977).
Why It's a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest round-trip airfare between Detroit and Nassau starts at $357 in late July (United Airlines). Add to that $829 per person including taxes for four nights at the Atlantis Beach Tower, and you're spending $1,186 for airfare and accommodation alone. For $209 less, this travel package gives you airfare and four nights in the Bahamas, plus extra bonus miles, airport transfers, and all taxes and fees.
More Upgrade to an ocean-view room for from $109 more per person. Extend your stay for from an additional $145 per person per night.
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