Lake Tahoe, 3 Nights, From $499
Unwind with a spa treatment, enjoy stunning lake views and eclectic American fare at dinner, and entertain yourself with a concert and a comedy show.
The Real Deal Three nights at Harvey's Lake Tahoe, airport-hotel transfer via limo, a Classic European facial or a 50-minute Swedish massage at Reflections Spa for two people, two tickets to a concert at the South Shore Room, a $150 dining room credit for cocktails and dinner at 19 Kitchen & Bar, two tickets to a comedy performance at the Improv, and all hotel taxes. From $499 per room.
When Sept. 5-Dec. 15, 2011.
The Fine Print Based on double occupancy. A 13 percent room tax is included in the package rate. No single occupancy surcharge, but solo guests will only receive one spa credit, one show ticket, etc. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal. Mention Budget Travel.
Book By Book between Aug. 23 and Dec. 15, 2011.
Contact Harrah's Lake Tahoe, 775/586-6765, or email Lhunt@harrahs.com. Mention offer code BUDGET1. harrahslaketahoe.com
Why It’s a Deal Three nights at Harvey's Lake Tahoe costs $237, based on double occupancy. Two 50-minute Swedish massage treatments cost $250, two concert tickets cost $100, and two comedy night tickets cost $50. For $128 less, this package includes the accommodation, two Swedish Massage treatments or Classic European facials, two concert tickets, two comedy nights tickets, plus free airport-hotel transfer, and all hotel taxes.
More This deal is also available at Harrah's Lake Tahoe for $50 more ($549 for three nights compared to what is normally $939 and all the same add-ons). Upgrade to an Executive Room at either Harveys or Harrah's for $40 more per night.
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