Orlando, Air/3 Nights, From $235
Enjoy an affordable long weekend at this downtown Kissimmee resort near Walt Disney World.
The Real Deal Round-trip airfare to Orlando on JetBlue Airways; three nights at the Holiday Inn Main Gate East (a Walt Disney World Good Neighbor Hotel) in Kissimmee; hotel taxes; and fuel surcharges; from $235 per person—plus estimated airport taxes and fees of $41.
When June 22–28, Aug. 22, 23, 29, 2011; other travel dates are available but rates may vary.
Gateways Washington, D.C.; add $249 for New York City; $265 for Austin; $299 for Boston; $409 for Chicago; $599 for L.A.; additional gateways available.
The Fine Print Breakfast not included. Airport taxes and fees of $41 are additional. Based on double occupancy; single supplement starts from $64. A minimum three-night stay required for the starting rate. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book By No deadline; based on availability.
Contact JetBlue, 800/538-2583, jetblue.com.
Why It’s a Deal According to a recent Kayak search, the lowest round-trip fares between Washington, D.C., and Orlando start from $189, with taxes, for travel in late August (JetBlue). Add to that $144 per person, including taxes, for three nights at the Holiday Inn Main Gate East, and you’d be paying $333 for air and accommodations. For $57 less, this JetBlue package covers the airfare, three nights’ accommodations, and all taxes and fees, plus the convenience of one-stop shopping.
More Optional activities in Orlando include renting a car ($30 per day through Hertz), a three-day Walt Disney World Resort Magic Your Way base ticket ($240 per person), a two-day Universal Orlando base ticket ($122 per person), or a one-day SeaWorld Orlando/Aquatica pass ($112 per person). Rates for additional nights depend on dates of travel and the airfare difference.
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