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10 nights USA road trip visiting Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Phoenix and LA for £603pp (£1808 total) including flights, hotels and car hire @ hotels.com
10 nights USA road trip visiting Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Phoenix and LA for £603pp (£1808 total) including flights, hotels and car hire @ hotels.com

10 nights USA road trip visiting Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Phoenix and LA for £603pp (£1808 total) including flights, hotels and car hire @ hotels.com

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This deal is based on 3 adults flying out to Las Vegas from London Gatwick on 27th November 2017 and returning 7th December 2017.

Itinerary

27th - 30th November - Las Vegas
1st December - Grand Canyon South Rim
2nd - 3rd December - Phoenix
4th - 7th December - LA

This holiday does include a fair amount of driving so if you don't feel comfortable driving long distances this trip may not be for you. Flying is also an option but this costs considerably more.

All hotels include free parking and have great reviews on TripAdvisor.

This is just an idea of an itinerary, if you would like to spend longer in another place or cut out places it is easily done.

27th November - Arrive into Vegas at 1600, hop into a taxi to Excalibur which should only take 10 minutes and cost around $10-$15 max. You will be staying in the Excalibur for 3 nights and it is located on the Strip opposite NewYorkNewYork and MGM.

28th - 29th - Enjoy Las Vegas

30th - Spend the day enjoying Vegas and in the evening grab a taxi back to the airport where you will pick up the car. I've chosen Europcar as they're a reliable company.
Spend the evening driving 4 hours to Flagstaff where you will spend the night in the Highland Country Inn which has amazing reviews on TripAdvisor.

1st December - Drive just over an hour north to Grand Canyon National Park South Rim which is by far the best view of the Grand Canyon. Spend the day here enjoying the sites of the Canyon.
Drive just over 3 hours south to Phoenix where you will be spending 2 nights in the TownePlace Suites by Marriott.

2nd - Spend the day exploring one of the many the beautiful national parks around Phoenix or the city itself.

3rd - Carry on exploring the beautiful parks of Phoenix. In the evening set off to Palm Desert where you will spend the night. It is a 4 hour drive here, if you prefer you can head straight into LA however I chose to stay here as it breaks up the drive. I've chosen the Holiday Inn Express which includes continental breakfast.

4th - Continue the drive to LA, it will take another 2 hours which will take you directly to you the hotel. I've chosen the Best Western Plus Hollywood Hills which is in the heart of Hollywood. As you have the car you have the freedom to explore everywhere and hit the beautiful beaches.

5th - 6th - Enjoy Hollywood, LA, Santa Monica and the many studio tours and theme parks this area has to offer.

7th - The flight from Las Vegas leave at 1700 so you want to leave Hollywood pretty handy at is around a 4 hour drive back to Vegas.

Hotels in Las Vegas and LA have resort fee you must pay, for both it is around $120 for 3 people which is paid upon arrival.

I have included a 20kg bag each for the trip however if you don't need much or if you don't fancy shopping you are entitled to a 10kg hand baggage and personal item. If you choose not to take any luggage it knocks £50 each off the price.

Price breakdown

Flights booked with norwegian.com/
(using discount code EASTER2017UK) - £1047.60

Car hire booked through vehicle-rent.com/en (europcar) - £114.86

Las Vegas hotel booked through hotels.com (using voucher code for 10% off AFVCUK10417)- £158.98

Flagstaff hotel booked through booking.com - £42 (£5 tax to be paid at hotel)

Phoenix hotel booked through hotels.com - £120.80

Palm Desert hotel booked through hotels.com (using voucher code for 10% off AFVCUK10417) - £70.28

Hollywood hotel booked through hotels.com (using voucher code for 10% off AFVCUK10417) - £253.60

Total price for 3 people - £1808.12

Total price each - £602.71

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Don't feed Trump's America

3 adults? Hmmmm sounds kinky!!!

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chenzz

Grand canyon and phoenix?! seriously?!Who would spend money to fly across … Grand canyon and phoenix?! seriously?!Who would spend money to fly across oceans to visit these two places?Oh, I did,simply because I have relatives living in Phoenix.Trust me, it's not worth it.



Grand Canyon is definitely worth seeing. I spent 80 days in the States and the Grand Canyon was one of the best things I saw. We only had two nights there, first day we had our helicopter flight over, then we got to watch the sunset. Got up early to watch the sunrise, then did a walk to the bottom which took 2hrs, was 28C at 5.45am at the top by 9am, it was 46 degrees and took 7hrs to get back to the top. How anyone can say its not worth seeing, doesn't respect nature and beauty

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3 adults? Hmmmm sounds kinky!!!

Oriental looking Doctors need not apply....

United airlines probably

I would recommend upgrading the Luxor as Vegas hotels are relatively in expensive.

Great effort to op.....

Straycat1967

3 adults? Hmmmm sounds kinky!!!


1 bed? I need to book this and pretend it was accidental when we arrive

Gollywood

Oriental looking Doctors need not apply....



Was thinking of doing a USA Vegas trip later in the year as this sounds great, thanks for sharing

Don't feed Trump's America

Grand canyon and phoenix?! seriously?!
Who would spend money to fly across oceans to visit these two places?

Oh, I did,
simply because I have relatives living in Phoenix.
Trust me, it's not worth it.

minor detail - no longer free parking at Excalibur Hotel in Vegas, but it's not too dear

Cracking deal. Lets see if dates work

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christymojo

minor detail - no longer free parking at Excalibur Hotel in Vegas, but … minor detail - no longer free parking at Excalibur Hotel in Vegas, but it's not too dear



It's ok I've not included the car until you're leaving Vegas

moob

Don't feed Trump's America



Yup. Love the US but not going there while the cheeto is in charge. The extra impositions they're putting on visitors just makes it easier to stay away.

You go all that way to where the V8 is king and you rent a Toyota Corolla?! Needs to be V8 and soft top for the full experience

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chenzz

Grand canyon and phoenix?! seriously?!Who would spend money to fly across … Grand canyon and phoenix?! seriously?!Who would spend money to fly across oceans to visit these two places?Oh, I did,simply because I have relatives living in Phoenix.Trust me, it's not worth it.



Grand Canyon is definitely worth seeing. I spent 80 days in the States and the Grand Canyon was one of the best things I saw. We only had two nights there, first day we had our helicopter flight over, then we got to watch the sunset. Got up early to watch the sunrise, then did a walk to the bottom which took 2hrs, was 28C at 5.45am at the top by 9am, it was 46 degrees and took 7hrs to get back to the top. How anyone can say its not worth seeing, doesn't respect nature and beauty

Vega$, the only place on the planet where Alcohol is cheaper than water. Good find but 12 hours flying time is a nightmare

Drewy

Grand Canyon is definitely worth seeing. I spent 80 days in the States … Grand Canyon is definitely worth seeing. I spent 80 days in the States and the Grand Canyon was one of the best things I saw. We only had two nights there, first day we had our helicopter flight over, then we got to watch the sunset. Got up early to watch the sunrise, then did a walk to the bottom which took 2hrs, was 28C at 5.45am at the top by 9am, it was 46 degrees and took 7hrs to get back to the top. How anyone can say its not worth seeing, doesn't respect nature and beauty



Drove up Route 66 to the Grand Canyon-too much energy to go down then up again.

terrible itinerary.
Arriving at 4pm is about midnight in the UK, so throw in some time to adjust.

You can do Grand Canyon South Rim (along with stopping off at the Hoover Dam) in a day driving there & back (or take a coach trip). Or do Hoover Dam, Lake Mead & North Rim in one day & carry on to South Rim & back on day 2.

After a few stops along the sightseeing route you get bored as its just rocks & they end up looking the same.

By the time you go to Phoenix (whats the point?) & LA its prob not worth the hassle of getting back to Vegas, may as well fly back from LA.

Not trying to kill the deal but just a word of caution.
Last week my friend was to fly to Miami for one week holiday and got an E-Mail from USA homeland security that his ESTA visa was revoked and would not be allowed to enter the USA.

He received the notice only 30 hours before he was to fly.

He E-Mailed them to ask the reason and was told they do not give reasons for any refusals.


Luckily he had Insurance and managed to get all his money back but the £ 50.00 excess
Edited by: "lalji" 12th Apr

moob

Don't feed Trump's America



​its far from trumps

I suspect these prices don't include resort fees. We have just been stung for these on our honeymoon. Vegas alone is $35 a night.

The hotel booking form references the resort fees for Vegas but you haven't added them to the total price

Tempted to go just to do my bit in helping make America great again.

Hottttt sooo tempted lol voting hot for effort and great write up

Doing a month in June with girl and her sister. We are flying to SF, paid for the mustang and just gonna wing the rest of it.

Why would anyone stay in Flagstaff when visiting GC, if you're not on an coach tour?
Especially when you can stay a few miles outside the park.

My search begins for two friends.

andypolack

My search begins for two friends.



ha I'm in!

Ah, the old "fuel surcharge" airlines love to add on.

londonstinks

Doing a month in June with girl and her sister. We are flying to SF, paid … Doing a month in June with girl and her sister. We are flying to SF, paid for the mustang and just gonna wing the rest of it.



So for you it's like BigTimeDealer said above^:
​​​1 bed? I need to book this and pretend it was accidental when we arrive!!!

heskeythegreat

Tempted to go just to do my bit in helping make America great again.


It grates already.

Its basically a very good deal, one of my favourite areas of world travel heat added. Only thing I would change is an extra trip from Vegas to Bryce Canyon 250 miles (3 hours 50 mins drive) north, arguably the best national park of the lot.
By far the best bit of the USA.
Edited by: "jaycrooks" 12th Apr

Sorry but that's an awful trip. Vegas and the Grand Canyon are worth seeing, but I've never met anyone who had a good word to say about LA. There's nothing there to see, just terrible roads. And who in their right mind would visit Phoenix? It would be ridiculous to go to those two places over San Francisco. It's an awful lot of very dull driving for such a short trip. Driving through the desert in a Toyota is hardly comparable to cruising down the coast in a convertible.

And December? And three adults all sharing one room? These are cheap tricks to make it seem like a better deal. No one is actually going to book this so I'm not sure why it's getting heat.

For a much better trip, fly to San Francisco, spend five nights there, then fly to Vegas for five nights (a short and dirt-cheap flight), paying for a tour of the Grand Canyon (via plane, unless you want to spend 16 hours on a coach).

No need to hire a car!


Edited by: "commenter14" 12th Apr

commenter14

Sorry but that's an awful trip. Vegas and the Grand Canyon are worth … Sorry but that's an awful trip. Vegas and the Grand Canyon are worth seeing, but I've never met anyone who had a good word to say about LA. There's nothing there to see, just terrible roads. And who in their right mind would visit Phoenix? It would be ridiculous to go to those two places over San Francisco. It's an awful lot of very dull driving for such a short trip. Driving through the desert in a Toyota is hardly comparable to cruising down the coast in a convertible. And December? And three adults all sharing one room? These are cheap tricks to make it seem like a better deal. No one is actually going to book this so I'm not sure why it's getting heat. For a much better trip, fly to San Francisco, spend five nights there, then fly to Vegas for five nights (a short and dirt-cheap flight), paying for a tour of the Grand Canyon (via plane, unless you want to spend 16 hours on a coach).No need to hire a car!


Have you done the driving trip between LA and Las Vegas? I think Not! I have several times and there are lots of places to visit on the way. I think you should book an all inclusive holiday for at least twice the price in San Francisco and you will meet people on a similar wavelength to yourself !!! . Can you provide costings for your trip so as to compare it is better value for money.

mathewwhite

Great effort to op.....


I second that. Well done sir !

Good price !
In August We have a 17 day tour of Denver, Moab, monument valley, Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, Mesa verde, pargosa springs and back to Denver ....
Needless to say it's MUCH more expensive than this offer !!!
Tempted to go there again ;-)

Not sure why these travel dates are generating so much heat but kudos to the Op for the effort.
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