7 nights in florida - £246.50 per person @ Monarch Holidays - HotUKDeals
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*16th june*

Econolodge Inn and Suites Introduction
Ideal for families, the well-run Econolodge Inn and Suites is an American motel-style hotel located within easy reach of Florida's numerous attractions. You'll find yourself close to SeaWorld® Orlando and Aquatica™ if you're looking to enjoy the area's famous theme parks, whilst you're also close to the shops, bars and restaurants at Pointe Orlando. The hotel boasts a large pool, spacious bedrooms and a snack bar.
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#1
What dates?
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#3
16th june click the link
#4
car hire works out at about £100 -£130 inclusive of insurance


Edited By: johnw191 on Jun 11, 2011 22:37
#5
Just be be aware this is the start of US schoolhols,so can be busy.That said great deal
#6
Had to vote hot as its a great deal. But Monarch suck money nuts and I would never travel with them
#7
effectively the same as the Cosmos deal already posted isn't it?
#8
Red hot.

Crazy to think you can go to Florida for this sort of money.
#9
price any good for 14?? good price but 7 days is not really very good for America :(.

Edited By: ebbz139 on Jun 12, 2011 14:05
#10
I may be wrong but I think Monarch give 5kg less than Cosmos, think that's why I booked with Cosmos for last month. Yes I know they are the same company and plane before anyone points that out. Oh and be careful on weight coming back we had to pay $120!!!
#11
7 nights not nearly enough. Agree with poster regarding Monarch. Would never use them again. Will also be VERY busy everywhere with US schools out.

Good price but not worth it overall IMHO. Not voted
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oddballjamie
Oh and be careful on weight coming back we had to pay $120!!!


Too many buffets?
#13
Says link no longer available??
#14
You need to look at the reviews for the hotel before booking; not good!
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Complete an ESTA application before paying anything. Friend of mine booked, paid, then did an ESTA. His ESTA was declined (not authorised to travel to USA). Monarch didn't help at all. He did ask about what's needed before going to the USA and the salesman only just mentioned ESTA, while rushing him along with the deal...

He was pretty confident he'd be fine as he travels to Europe regularly, has a UK passport and no brushes with the law (that he's told me about).

Any advice for him people?
#16
£326.50 for two weeks Hot Hot Hot
#17
we paid more than that just for flights. Hired a villa out that worked out at about £15pppn.

Car hire is usually cheaper in person at the airport, certainly we'd booked in advanced and were dismayed at the deals advertised there.
#18
Does this include flights?
#19
buckfast67uk
Does this include flights?

Yes but not mandatory extras if you take their car (mandatory extras payable when you collect the car)
#20
You forgot to add you and your family will get their privates fondled by the TSA
#21
joelp
we paid more than that just for flights. Hired a villa out that worked out at about £15pppn.

Car hire is usually cheaper in person at the airport, certainly we'd booked in advanced and were dismayed at the deals advertised there.

The prices advertised at the desk probably didn't include all the insurances (collision damage waiver etc) that you need when you hire a car over there.
#22
As pointed out, same prices at cosmos they give 4% quidco. I have been following the prices and they seem to be the cheapest on Mondays/Tuesday's , Wednesday's onwards you can't book to depart on the thursday that week

http://book.cosmos-holidays.co.uk/packagesearch/Florida/Orlando/any/any/2011-05-26/7nights/London-Gatwick/2adults/0children/0infants//any/1/all/1-2-0-0
#23
vicious5id
Complete an ESTA application before paying anything. Friend of mine booked, paid, then did an ESTA. His ESTA was declined (not authorised to travel to USA). Monarch didn't help at all. He did ask about what's needed before going to the USA and the salesman only just mentioned ESTA, while rushing him along with the deal...

He was pretty confident he'd be fine as he travels to Europe regularly, has a UK passport and no brushes with the law (that he's told me about).

Any advice for him people?



He'll need to go to the US embassy and apply for a Visa there.
#24
You couldnt pay me to use Monarch again. Absolutely awful flight company!
#25
wheelbo
You couldnt pay me to use Monarch again. Absolutely awful flight company!


Went with Virgin last year cost £4200 - £2200 of it using tesco vouchers so had to pay brochure price, couldn't fault virgin at all, even had check in at downtown Disney 8hrs before the flight so went to a theme park on the day of flight. Although I'd be prepared to slum it a bit to save over £2K. Was it really that bad on Monarch?
#26
can anyone help me? if i buy with cosmos do i have to pay money for baggage at the airport? i see you do if you go straight through monarch
#27
You couldnt pay me to use Monarch again. Absolutely awful flight company
I will seconded that they were terrible when i flew with them to florida but you get what you pay for.
#28
Never flown with Monarch before but just back from the Econolodge Inn it was very basic. The first room we got was damp and had to change to other room. We changed hotel later as we thought this one was far to basic. Hotel room was very dated would not stay again. We got flights with Thomson who where very good and just as cheap as Monarch.
#29
craigjamieson88
oddballjamie
Oh and be careful on weight coming back we had to pay $120!!!


Too many buffets?


Too many clothes, the stores are so cheap out there
#30
I hate flying, I do a lot of it that's why.

But I found the Monarch experience to be ok, the drink trolley came round a few times and the meal was edible. The flight was early and legroom was better than some other airlines I have travelled to America with.

The benefit of course is that it is direct (most cheap flights to Orlando fly via a hub) so we arrived early afternoon, which was nice. It arrives at Sanford which is not a busy airport and geared up for tourists. MCO is ok but it is a very busy airport and you can queue for a long time at immigration.

Most people that have used Sanford prefer it because it is easy.

We saw people getting charged extra on the way back for excess luggage but buying some cheap scales (TK Maxx in Orlando usually sell them cheap) will save you.

Remember that a direct flight to Orlando for this period with Virgin is twice the price and doesn't include a hotel. I consider Monarch better than Virgin after flying with both recently (Virgin three times in the last year) and would choose them every time.

Buy a Kindle for £76 in Orlando (Best Buy) instead of £111 here or save £100 on an ipad2. (Use Altamonte Springs Mall as it's more likely to have stock)

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