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First Class - Destination; Hawaii!

First Class Airfare is doable on this fantastic sale!  With some great beaches, fabulous restaurants, a spectacular location, and funny named drinks with pretty umbrellas - Waikiki is the place to be!  Maybe you can even sneak in a hula lesson!  Variety is the spice of life, and nowhere else in Hawaii can you find the variety that infuses this island. Oahu, aptly nicknamed “The Gathering Place,” is an unparalleled melting pot ripe with many cultural influences. Oahu is the liveliest Hawaiian island with the amazing beaches of Waikiki offering non-stop fun and a happening, resort atmosphere.  City meets the sea at Waikiki Beach, and nowhere on the beach is it more enticing than at Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort. This hotel is the oceanfront presence of captivating Waikiki Beach Walk® where authentic Hawaiian Hula and Waikiki's most crowd-pleasing restaurants and charming stores create a unique destination experience in Waikiki.

Waikiki, Hawaii
$1389.00 ~ Per Person
Regular Airfare

$2189.00 ~ Per Person
***First Class Airfare***

Package Includes:
6 Nights ~ Out Rigger Waikiki Beach Hotel
Roundtrip Airfare & All Transfers
Pearl Harbor Tour
Lei Greeting Upon Arrival
4 1/2 Star Hotel

NOT All-Inclusive

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Part of the Outrigger family, this is a premier hotel with well-equipped, spacious guest rooms ensuring a comfortable vacation!  The location is fantastic too, directly on the beach with the some of the rooms overlooking beautiful Waikiki Beach, and it's just a stone's throw from shops, bars, and restaurants. Even people who aren't staying here tend to wander into the lobby as it's filled with rare and historic Hawaiian artifacts, including a century-old koa canoe!

There are 524 rooms on 17 floors, and most rooms have either a partial or full ocean view from the room's lanai, air-conditioning, cable TV, telephone, clock radio, tea/coffee maker, mini-fridge, safe, iron and board, bathrobes and hairdryer. City View Rooms with 1 king-size bed and 1 double sofa bed or 2 double beds and 1 double sofa bed, sleeping, maximum 4 adults.

The Hula Grill Waikiki is another local attraction, serving scrumptious breakfasts and romantic dinners beside the ocean. Duke's Canoe Club is also right on the beach and perfect for an evening meal. The swimming pool is beach-side.

Shop luxury brands on Kalakaua Avenue's fashion mile, or stroll to Kapiolani Park to explore the Waikiki Aquarium and Honolulu Zoo. Paddle surf on Waikiki waves, hike to Diamond Head's peak or sail into an Oahu sunset on the deck of a cruising catamaran. Start your Waikiki discovery at Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort.

Resort fee includes: - Unlimited rides on the Outrigger Waikiki Connection Trolley to Diamond Head and Downtown Honolulu - WiFi, maximum 3 devices per room - Local and international phone calls up to 60 minutes daily - 2 bottles of water daily in-room - Local weekday newspaper - Free breakfast for children 5 years and younger with purchase of an adult meal.  Shopping and dining coupon book with savings at over 40 retailers. Resort fee, tax, and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

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A City That "Moves You"!

Blues, Elvis, and barbecue tend to dominate popular perceptions of Tennessee’s second-largest city.   You don’t just fall in love with Memphis. You tumble madly, deeply, for this cradle of all things; music – the sounds swirling around legendary streets and studios, the tastes - tying the Delta harvest with global influences, BBQ, and Soul Food, and of course! the stories - rolling on the Mississippi River, of the people dreaming big enough to lift us, then and now.

Memphis is known for its music and food. Blues, jazz, and rock 'n' roll spill out from the clubs along Beale Street, and restaurants dish up barbecue and soul food. Elvis Presley, B.B. King and Johnny Cash recorded albums at the legendary Sun Studio, and Presley’s Graceland mansion is a popular attraction.

Memphis, Tennessee
$799.00 ~ Per Person

4 Nights - DoubleTree Downtown
Elvis Graceland Tour
Beale Street Tour
Car Rental - Unlimited Mileage
Roundtrip Airfare

Tax $59.00*

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Stay in the heart of Memphis, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Downtown. Its location is the is a fabulous location.  A block from Autozone Park, this upscale hotel is 3 blocks from the Beale Street entertainment district and 2 blocks from Highway 79. And Elvis Presley's Graceland is a 12-minute drive from the hotel.  There's an on-site TGI Friday's restaurant serving American cuisine all day. The hotel also offers an outdoor pool and a fitness center. Other amenities include valet parking (fee), event space and a business center.


If it's the Elvis connection that draws you here, you won't leave disappointed. You have to take the Graceland Tour, it's required by law. Visit the downtown area with Beal Street, blocks of great jazz and blues (go to BB King's place, try the fried pickles, my favorite) or find the best BBQ ribs in the world at the Rendezvous, don't be surprised to run into celebrities, they love this city too.

The music and entertainment pulse of downtown Memphis is on Beale Street.  Beale Street’s heyday was in the roaring 20′s when it took on a carnival atmosphere. The booming nightclubs, theaters, restaurants, stores, pawnshops and hot music thrived alongside gambling, drinking, prostitution, murder, and voodoo.  Beale played a pivotal role in branding Memphis as one of the most musically rich cities in the world and was prominent in hosting some of the first black business owners in the south. In between, the street was host to the birth of blues music, the civil rights movement, rock ‘n' roll, racks of ribs and bands. This National Historic Landmark was declared the Home of the Blues by an act of Congress, and with its rich history of legendary performers gracing the district (think Albert King, Louis Armstrong, Memphis Minnie, Muddy Waters and B.B. King), it's not hard to see why. With cold beer and hot music, Beale Street is one of the coolest places in Memphis.

As thousands of bands, fans, major blues players, entertainers and reporters (including the American blues scene) descend on Beale, the street once again takes a party atmosphere as only the blues can provide, colliding a searing helping of original Memphis soul with dozens of different styles, takes and interpretations of hundreds of artist's blues music and dedication. Most of the buildings that exist on Beale are the same buildings that have been frequented by the great many music lovers and great musicians that came in the 100 years before, providing a proprietary sense of history to the legendary street.  Even the King represents just one small part of the rich musical heritage of the home of Sun and Stax studios. 

Did you know?  Memphis was founded in 1819 and named for Egypt's ancient Nile capital, and its fortunes rose and fell with cotton?

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Now for Adventure!!

Have you ever wanted to travel to an exciting destination that could take your breath away? Not everyone likes to go to the beach!  Machu Picchu is one of the 7 Wonders of the New World, and you HAVE to see for yourself why. Have you ever dreamed of being able to afford a delectable meal at world class, 5 star restaurant?  Do you wish you could have enough money for the vacation of your dreams?  Well, Peru has ALL of these components and more!

7 Day Peru & Machu Picchu
$2599.00 ~ Per Person

Roundtrip Airfare & All Internal Flights
The Voyager Train to Machu Picchu
6 Nights Accommodations:
2 Nights - Lima
1 Night - Sacred Valley
1 Night  -Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu)
2 Nights - Cuzco

Special Features

9 Meals: 6 Breakfasts, 3 Dinners
Sightseeing per itinerary in modern motor coach
Services of English-Speaking Tour Manager
Services of
English-Speaking Local Guides
Entrance fees per itinerary
City Tour of Lima
Tour to Machu Picchu via The Voyager Train
Excursion to Pisac Village

Tax $349.00*

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With archeological sites dating over 2,000 years old, 5 star (and affordable!!!!) restaurants, such as Astrid & Gaston, and many, many museums, old plazas, and architecture, what are you waiting for?  Food is reason alone to visit Peru, and in Lima, you can find variety and quality in almost every corner. Seafood in Peru is about the freshest you'll ever have, especially noticeable in ceviche (a tasty dish made up of fish and/or seafood marinated in lime juice and spices) as well as in many other dishes that experiment with a myriad of tastes and colors. Most of the ingredients that you will experience are indigenous to Peru and even if they are not, they are grown there. That is why Peruvian food has been recognized as one of the best in the world.

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The US Dollar almost triples in Peru, which means you have way more than you bargained for. Europe is fabulous, I cannot lie, but Peru will give you much, much more for your Benjamins ($$$). You will be amazed at the incredible variety of food found in all different corners of Peru (and different they are!), you can actually eat at a 5 star restaurant or at a simple Momma’s & Poppa’s style café and they will both be awesome AND affordable.  The architecture left by the Spaniards and other Europeans will definitely cause an impression and make you feel like you actually are in Europe (I’m not kidding!). If that is still not enough to impress you, what about a trip that will put you close to 9,000 ft above sea level, where you can almost touch the sky?


In Lima, explore the town Pisac Village, and bargain with vendors on the cobblestone streets of the Pisac handicraft market.  Magnificent museums, old churches, ancient ruins, shopping, music, adventures, and food are only a few of the reasons that you should consider when booking your trip to Peru. Do your research and you won’t be disappointed, take a leap of faith and discover Peru, the new, affordable alternative to fabulous Europe.


And Cuzco - Located at an altitude of over 11,000 feet in the heart of the Andes mountains, is the dynamic and historic city of Cusco Peru. Cusco, which is also spelled Cuzco, is the famed capital of the ancient Inca Empire, and it has served as a travelers’ mecca for 100"s of years. Though Cuzco Peru was the center of the Inca Empire for a relatively short time, relics and imprints from the great civilization remain to this day, melding into a modern world that seems unable to change the unique character of the city. When you visit Cusco, you feel as if you’ve been transported to another dimension of sorts. Perhaps that is partly due to the altitude’s effect on your body and mind!

And the Creme' de la creme'; Machu Picchu:  Machu Picchu is one of the 7 Wonders of the New World, and you HAVE to see for yourself why. Nothing that I can tell you could possibly describe the magnitude and majestic aura of this place.  If you were to sit down to make a list of the top tourist destinations in all the world, you would undoubtedly have to include Machu Picchu. The journey of a lifetime, a dream travel destination, one of the top archaeological sites on the planet. These are just a few of the possible ways to describe Machu Picchu Peru. Try as you might, you could never justify it in words, and as amazing as it looks in photographs, there is simply no match for seeing it in person.

Whatever your expectations for Machu Picchu Peru are, they are sure to be blown away when you finally get there, as nothing can truly prepare you for its intoxicating power. Set at around 8,000 feet in the Andes Mountains, Machu Picchu is a special place that demands your attention. Once it has you snared in its web of intrigue, you are pretty much helpless to fight it.  Treat yourself to an adventure, a once in a lifetime destination and become quite the envy of your peers.


Machu Picchu was probably built around the year 1450 AD, and it only thrived for approximately 100 years.  Since approximately 95% of the Incan population lived in and around the Andes Mountains, cities like Machu Picchu were generally reserved for those of a more rich and noble blood. The city probably saw around 500 citizens at its zenith, and while it still remains a mystery as to how and why it actual fell,  While the Spanish managed to capture and control the majority of Inca Empire settlements, including nearby Cusco, Machu Picchu's well-hidden location kept the Spanish from ever finding it. Had they found it when they arrived in the 1500's, Machu Picchu as we know it, probably would not exist. The impressive ruins might have been lost to the world, much as they were for hundreds of years.

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This moderately active trip covers a fair amount of ground each day. Expect from three to four hours walking every touring day. The pace is moderate, however you will encounter some uneven surfaces, stairs, steps and significant slopes.
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Ready To Get Wet?

What is this world coming to? The European topless sunbathing is spreading to Vegas! It's really true, what happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas,! I think my husband is booking us a trip this as soon as he can (AND he's packing his swimsuit smile )!  The pools in Vegas are open and the water is the perfect temperature!  Here's a list of my favorite Vegas hotel pools to take a plunge when you want to beat the heat. The  Mandalay Bay 11-acre playground, has three large pools, a lazy river, a world-famous aquatic playground featuring 2,700 tons of real sand, a 1.6 million gallon wave pool, cabanas, day beds, bungalows and personalized villas.  They also have the TOPtional Moorea Beach Club, with exclusive dipping pools, cushioned chaise lounges, relaxing day beds and a private pavilion.. 

Mandalay Bay Pools

Caesars Palace, their Garden of the God's pool area will feel like you’re on Mount Olympus.  The Golden Nugget - No need to DVR Shark Week this year, their pool hosts a 200,000-gallon tank filled with SHARKS!  You read that right, sharks. Here’s the even cooler part: you can ride down the water slide which gives you the best view of them. And that’s because the water slide goes through the shark-infested tank, into their no shark pool! 

Golden Nugget Shark Tank

The Mirage, slip away to their oasis, (top optional - Bare Pool) the Mirage is one big lagoon that looks like something out of a movie.  Try the Flamingo, it's pool area is so nice, they give tours of it! Or how about the Treasure Island, has private cabanas, a Hot Tub big enough to for 50 people, so invite lots of friends. 

The Flamingo Pools

We have 12 hotels on special for 3 nights/4 days, with Non-Stop flights and no checked luggage fees!  Our specials are at three of the top rated pools in Vegas!  Here's some of the hotels on sale, give us a call to check your favorite. Lowest prices always leave on a Sunday or Monday, other days are on sale, but will be higher.  Book with the Vacation Superstore, and you don't need to get lucky, to get a low price to Vegas, we have them! Where else can you have soooo much fun for soooo little??   Lowest prices are departing on Sundays, other days are higher.

$299.00* ~ The Excalibur
$339.00* ~ MGM Grand
$349.00* ~ Mandalay Bay
$349.00 ~Flamingo
$359.00 ~ Golden Nugget

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3 Nights
Non-Stop Roundtrip Airfare

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Ciao Amici Miei!

That's Italian for "Hello my friends"!  Grab your passports and get ready for a great package to Italy!  Oh, you may want to bring a good camera too!  This is one package I just got back from! It was amazing! The wine! The cheeses!  The leather! The people! The Venice stairs! - (oh no I'm not complaining, but my poor quads were!!!) Just imagine 2 nights/3 days in Venice, A must do is a Gondola Serenade - WOW!  Next on to Florence; Along with all your sight seeing, you may want to try a day trip to the unbelievable Cinque Terre. Finally you're off to Rome!  Where you'll find the Vatican/ St. Peters Basilica - begging for you to come to see it!  Take some comfortable shoes, but also pack something smart as Italians love to look good and most people dress up a little when going out in the evening! Ciao!

Italy On Your Own
$1499.00 ~ Per Person
8 Nights Accommodations

3 Nights Rome
    3 Nights Florence
 2 Nights Venice
Roundtrip Airfare
Transfers To cities by Train
Breakfast Daily

Tax $139.00 Per Person

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Start where it all began, in the well-preserved imperial heart of Rome. Blow your mind at the Colosseum, which lies beside the ruined Roman Forum. Nearby you'll find the Capitoline Museums, packed with classical and Renaissance art, and the Palatine.  All of the main sights here are free and easy to visit as you wander, stopping for lunch, an espresso, glass of vino or gelato.  Don’t miss the Pantheon, a magnificently preserved ancient Roman temple, with a circular hole in the huge domed roof open to the heavens.

Trevi Fountain

A couple of streets away is the splendid Piazza Navona, Rome’s elegant square. A few steps from there, you'll be in front of the massive Trevi Fountain, and the baroque Spanish Steps, a grand stairway that’s perfect for taking a perch and watching the world go by. Close by, the Piazza del Popolo is an impressive oval-shaped square complete with an Egyptian obelisk, home to some wonderful Caravaggio masterpieces in the Santa Maria del Popolo church. Take some comfortable shoes, but also pack something smart as Romans love to look good and most people dress up when going out in the evening!

St. Peters's Basilica

Be sure to take time to enjoy la dolce vita — even a week isn't long enough to experience everything Roma has to offer.  Be sure to get an early stat for your "Vatican/ St. Peters" tour - It books up the day ahead really fast!!  From historic tours through ancient Rome (Colosseum, Roman Forum) to Sunday morning shopping at the Porta Portese flea market to climbing to the top of St. Peter’s Basilica, this city is bursting with things to do. You can help your chances of returning to Roma by tossing a coin in the Trevi Fountain; fate might just bring you back to the Eternal City, or so the legend goes!   


On to Florence - One of my favs! The leather there is undisputed. Go ahead - check for yourself!
Florence is a wonderful city to visit and as it is small and compact, the best way to see and discover it is on foot. The city skyline is dominated by the dome of the cathedral, which is, incidentally, the third largest Christian church in the world.  Florence, capital of Italy’s Tuscany region, is home to many masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture. One of its most iconic sights is the Duomo, a cathedral with a terracotta-tiled dome engineered by Brunelleschi and a bell tower by Giotto. The Galleria dell'Accademia displays Michelangelo’s “David” sculpture, and the Uffizi Gallery exhibits Botticelli’s “The Birth of Venus” and da Vinci’s “Annunciation.”Or you can try to do a day trip to the Cinque Terre, or just wander around at all the sights here.

Cinque Terre

Along a beautifully isolated six-mile stretch of the most seductive corner of the northern Italian coast lies the Cinque Terre (CHINK-weh TAY-reh) — five (cinque) small towns gently and steadily carving a good life out of difficult terrain.  Each village fills a ravine with a lazy hive of human activity, locals and travelers enjoying the area's unique mix of Italian culture and nature. With a traffic-free charm, a happy result of their natural isolation, these towns are a charming alternative to the glitzy Riviera resorts nearby. There's not a Fiat or museum in sight — just sun, sea, sand (well, pebbles), wine, food, and pure, unadulterated Italy.  I wouldn't want to leave!

St. Mark's Basilica

The "City of Water" (Venice) never fails to overwhelm tourists with its cones of gelato and intricate architecture. But Venice is also home to much more; forgotten pieces of history still retain their place in the canals of the city. With the timely vaperetto (public water bus) at your disposal, one can easily explore the best of Venice.  Along with a spin through St. Mark’s, the other attractions to visit during your stay in Venice are, making time for art: don’t miss the Peggy Guggenheim Collection or the Gallerie dell’Accademia. 

Or the Doge’s Palace (right next door to St. Mark’s, and worth the admission if for no other reason than it’s the only way to walk over the famous Bridge of Sighs) and the Campanile (bell tower) in front of St. Mark’s (you can take the elevator to the top for a magnificent view over the basilica),  but otherwise your stay in Venice should be spent getting as utterly lost as you possibly can. Loose the maps! You can always ask where St. Marks Square is!

Rialto Market

Try to get to Rialto Market: Window shop all the fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood and an unbelievable variety of Italian produce, Rialto in the morning is a must-see. The  area around Rialto bridge comes alive at 8 am everyday, as boats unload the day’s market stocks, so be sure to get there early to catch the action. Visitors are often offered a free taste of plump juicy tomatoes, sweet Seville oranges, berries, homemade jams, steamed fish and more. And at night it is a lively place to sip espresso!

The steps near Santa maria della salute (which marks the beginning of the grand canal), are a great place to sit and watch the city at night. With the lights from the city brightening up the steps, and the water reflecting the dome behind, it is well worth stopping here to take a breath and reflect about your time in Venice!

Is this trip right for you?
This independent program allows the flexibility to explore on your own. Affordable optional sightseeing excursions are available to enhance your holiday. This program offers a selection of hotels to accommodate a variety of tastes and budgets. Please note that this tour is not escorted and therefore you will not have the services of a tour manager to assist with hotel check-in formalities and luggage handling. The program's unconstrained nature excludes group advantages associated with escorted tours. Hotel locations, services and amenities differ according to the Plan. Read the descriptions in full and locate the hotels on our provided map to ensure the Hotel/Plan you select meets your desired criteria.

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Did I Just Hear You Sigh?!

Breathtaking beaches, luxurious tropical gardens lead to calm waters on a soothing sandy beach, just thinking about it causes a - "sigh".  See what I mean?  "Paradise" - Is there a better word to describe Hawaii?  With jaw-dropping landscape of the pineapple fields and dramatic mountain bluffs, You're sure to fall in love with the island of Maui! Plus it's a fabulous island to vacation on. Mother Nature pulled out all the stops on this popular island, so we'll spare you the monumental list of things to do and see. Maui is an experience, not a vacation, and you have to see it to believe it!

People often ask me what are my favorite travel destinations and Hawaii always makes my short list. Everyone who travels here, loves Hawaii for its warm ocean waves, sandy beaches, fabulous food, luaus, activities aplenty and the always welcoming spirit of Aloha. I'll bet you will too!

Maui, Hawaii
$1269.00 ~ Per Person
(Fall Travel)

6 Nights - Kaanapali Beach Resort
Roundtrip Airfare
Rental Car - Unlimited Mileage
NOT All-Inclusive
4 Star Resort

Tax $119.00*

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With the breathtaking Pacific Ocean at our doorstep, Kaanapali Beach Hotel invites you to spend your vacation days basking in the warm Maui sun and golden Kaanapali sand with our Vacation Superstore Kaanapali Beach package

This beautiful, modest hotel, is set amongst amid palm trees and lush tropical gardens scented by plumeria, on 11 acres along Kaanapali Beach. You'll experience traditional Hawaiian touches such as quilt bedspreads and tropical furnishings.

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The architecture is low-rise. The 430 guestrooms and suites, overlook a lush tropical garden filled with the sounds of soft trade winds and gentle surf.  Enjoy the whale-shaped pool, and dozens of complimentary Hawaiian activities and horseback riding. Taste Maui's best regional cuisine, as the hotel's restaurant was voted "The Best Hawaiian Cuisine" by the locals.

Right outside your hotel, you can see Black Rock, also known as Pu'u Keka'a, was once revered as a place where the spirits would leap from this world to the next. Today, Pu'u Keka'a is known for exceptional snorkeling with shallow, clear water, colorful reefs and exotic sea creatures. Between November to May, humpback whales travel to the waters off of Kaanapali, making it a whale-watching destination.

Enjoy the best Tiki bar on the island right in your resort. There's a wide variety of free daily Hawaiian activities including hula lessons, lei making, lauhala weaving, cultural garden tours and more. Each evening, enjoy a complimentary hula show and Hawaiian entertainment under the stars at the Tiki Courtyard.

Set beachfront in the center of Kaanapali Beach Resort, and strolls away from Kaanapali Beach Hotel, Whalers Village Shopping Center is a shopper's paradise with 90 stores featuring Maui's best assortment of art galleries, quality fashion, jewelry and dining. Whalers Village Museum also shares the history of Hawaii's whaling past and houses the world's largest collection of whaling memorabilia.

If the setting you’re dreaming of is a tropical garden nestled along a golden sand beach with the sun setting between the islands of Lana’i and Moloka’i, then Hawaii’s Kaanapali Beach Hotel may be the place for your special wedding day. Celebrate your marriage in paradise at Kaanapali Beach Hotel, Hawaii’s Most Hawaiian Hotel. The “Island Romance” package puts it all together for you at a price that’s hard to beat.  Ask our Vacation Planners to help you with your destination wedding.

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 Crab Shacks, Beaches, Sunsets & Suntans!
NO Passport Required!!

And I know what I'm talking about! - I just got back from here and I stayed in the Hyatt House Hotel! Talk about a fun get-a-way....Being barefoot on the beach, or wearing flip-flops and shorts, exploring the shops and restaurants - not to metion a few bars(!) or taking a dip in the pool is just way too cool. Naples is an affordable destination that appeals to foodies, nature lovers and beach aficionados. Offering exquisite sunsets, incredible shopping, championship golf & white sand beaches, water sports and activities, all the while - being home to some of the most luxurious waterfront estates and condos in the world.

It's the crown jewel of Southwest Florida -- nestled on the sun drenched beaches of the Gulf of Mexico.  Fifth Avenue South and Third Street South are the focal points for Naples shopping in the historic downtown area, with numerous art galleries, restaurants of all ranges, chic clothing boutiques and home decor shops.

Naples Florida
$499.00 ~ Per Person
(Family Of Four - one room)

$699.00 ~ Per Person
(Just The 2 Of You)

4 Nights - Naples Hyatt House
4 1/2 Star Resort
Roundtrip Airfare
Rental Car - Unlimited Mileage

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When it comes time for lunch or drinks and dinner, enjoy your meal with a water view, whether you choose a swank beachfront resort or a funky bayside bar. Oh, I can't forget to mention  the abundant, challenging golf courses. It is also, only steps away from island seclusion or the untamed tropical wilderness of The Everglades.   Boasting one of the nation's best sandboxes and calmest seas, Naples makes a splash with water lovers and recreationists. Friendly parks beckon sports enthusiasts and picnickers with lovely green spaces and recreational facilities.

Sunset Beach Bar - I was here - Sitting right next to that chair!**

The hotel has a resort vibe.  In the main lobby, you can chill in front of a fireplace that emits water vapor "flames." Conveniently located right on 5th Avenue, the Hyatt House is the gateway to plenty of things to do in Naples.  And Naples activities, such as boating and golf are right around the corner. And the concierge can help you set a tee time or rent a boat with "Naples Extreme" located right on site.

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At Hyatt House you don’t have to worry about breakfast – Wake up to chef-inspired omelets or savor locally-inspired cuisine at Latitude 26, the full-service restaurant and bar. Or, you can cook your own meals in your suite!  For quick bites, the hotel lobby has a 24-hour mini-mart with fixings for s’mores to fresh salads.  And the Latitude 26 restaurant/bar is open evenings.

All rooms have microwave ovens and mini-fridges with a good number including kitchenettes, dishwasher and sink.  Amenities include; Free WiFi and wired Internet access, 42-inch flat-screen TV with premium channels, iPod dock, Kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, and coffee/tea maker, Premium bedding and blackout drapes/curtains, designer toiletries, and a hair dryer, Plus - Free local calls, and safe, air conditioning and daily housekeeping.

There’s nothing like taking a refreshing dip in the gigantic pool after a long day. With an 85,000-gallon, resort-like swimming poo, itl welcomes all guests with a rejuvenating, lagoon-style atmosphere and a captivating infinity edge. Relax in comfortable lounge chairs, or enjoy waterfront dining at our poolside tables.  Flanking the pool area: an indoor/outdoor bar, boardwalk, a dock on the Gordon River for recreational boaters, grills, a fire pit and places for sandcastle-building.  You can rent boats, kayaks, paddleboards and more – and arrange for tours by water at the neighboring marina. If you catch a fish, (for a fee) the chefs at the hotel's Latitude 26 restaurant will filet it and create a meal for you!

Those venturing out will find Tin City, directly across the street. It's a kitschy, Old Florida-style center, located right on the waterfront.  This charming historic area is home to over 30 independent boutiques, a choice of waterfront restaurants and plenty of water-based activities for all ages. The hotel offers free shuttle service with a three-mile-radius that includes the Naples Pier and adjoining beach, downtown’s tony restaurants and shops and Naples Municipal Airport.  Making it easy for you to get ou and enjoy 5th Avenue and 3rd Street!


Do NOT miss:

**The award-winning Sunset Beach Bar at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club is a fantastic bar and restaurant to enjoy the warm Gulf breeze or watch a gorgeous Naples, Florida sunset. Live entertainment is featured Wednesday through Saturday nights. Enjoy Tortuga Shrimp, cooked with jalapeño peppers and wrapped in bacon, or fried Calamari, served with chili aioli and cocktail sauce, as well as other delicious Happy Hour item and great coctails! (You do not need to stay here to enjoy this bar/restaurant.)

The lounge at Truckluck's Seafood, Steak & Crab House in downtown Naples. A little hard to find at first, but it's one of Naples great spots to enjoy Happy Hour or an after dinner drink. Plus the food is fabulous!  Enjoy live entertainment nightly in the Stone Crab Lounge. Daily Cocktail Hour from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. offering half-price on ALL cocktails, featured wines, beers, craft cocktails and discounted appetizers. Truluck's also offer a large selection of wines by the glass and bottle.

Or the Sea Salt Restaurant - Here, the chef conceived dining, that is centered around the sea. To carry the concept, he stocks more than 100 different varieties of salt and infused flavored salts. Dinner at Sea Salt begins with a three-flight sampler of salt to season dishes to come. Convivial and inspired by chef's Venetian birthright, the setting transitions from the outdoor, pet-friendly patio to indoor casual elegance via a bar that circles outdoors to in. Salt candle holders light the indoors, which is decorated in colors from the beach and sea. The main menu intertwines cultures - charcuterie, sea urchin poached in duck fat, ravioli stuffed with braised veal, salt-encrusted branzino, akaushi beef and whole fresh fish from the showcase.   FOODIES - Order the Crispy Octopus -Delightful!
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