Fort Lauderdale, Air, 6 Nights, From $534
You can save nearly $200 per person on a week in sunny Fort Lauderdale with this Florida beach vacation package.
The Real Deal Vacation package to Fort Lauderdale includes round-trip airfare from Washington, D.C.; six nights at the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel (formerly the Sheraton Yankee Clipper); and all air and hotel taxes and fees, from $534 per person.
When Ongoing; lead price is for Oct. 4 departure.
Gateways Washington, D.C. (from $534); add $16 for Atlanta; add $34 for Nashville; add $36 for New York; add $41 for Chicago, Philadelphia or Pittsburgh; add $63 for Los Angeles; add $79 for Boston; add $81 for Phoenix; add $104 for Houston; add $140 for San Francisco.
The Fine Print All air and hotel taxes and fees are included in the package price. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is $304. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book By No booking deadline; based on availability.
Why It's a Deal According to a recent Kayak search, round-trip airfare from Washington, D.C. to Fort Lauderdale starts at $206 in early October (Delta/U.S. Airways). Add to that $513 per person for six nights at the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel, and you'd be paying at least $719 to book the parts of this package separately, including taxes and fees. This package gets you the same flights, six nights in Fort Lauderdale, and all taxes and fees, for up to $185 less.
More Extend your vacation with additional nights at the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale from $46 per person, per night. Beach Destinations offers a variety of hotels for this package; for up to $73 less than the standard package price, substitute the three-star Sea Club Resort, or upgrade to the modern, four-star Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort for an additional $437.
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