FLY ME TO THE SUN
Book a Trip to Los Cabos Now and Enjoy Free Airfare
Courtesy of the Los Cabos Convention & Visitors Bureau
This winter, fly to Los Cabos for free to enjoy the sun, sand and sea courtesy of the destination’s most luxurious hotels and resorts.
Beginning now and valid through 2009, over 20 world-class hotels and resorts in Los Cabos are offering visitors the opportunity to “leave it all behind” and enjoy a sun-filled and worry-free vacation while saving on airfare. The “Fly Me to the Sun” program provides guests with a $400 per room credit upon hotel check-out, virtually reimbursing guests the cost of one airline ticket.
“With so many fine resorts participating in this promotion from charming boutique hotels to luxury resorts, including several all-inclusive properties, we anticipate a great response and look forward to welcoming a multitude of sun-seekers to Los Cabos this winter,” says Gonzalo Franyutti, President of the Los Cabos Convention & Visitors Bureau.
For a complete list of participating hotels and details, please visit www.visitloscabos.travel or contact your local travel agent. This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other hotel promotion and special conditions apply.
Families, honeymooners, mature travelers, golfers, eco-tourists, artists, photographers, sightseers and others find what they are looking for when they visit Los Cabos. Located at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos offers travelers an exotic escape within easy reach of most U.S. cities.
With non-stop flights or convenient connections available from Los Angeles, Oakland, San Diego, San Francisco and Sacramento, California; Houston and Dallas, Texas; Portland, Oregon; Kansas City, Missouri; Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Detroit, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, New York/ Newark, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Seattle and more, Los Cabos is both accessible and exciting. For more about Los Cabos-and a copy of its informative travel planner, call 1-866-LOS-CABOS or visit www.visitloscabos.travel.
Source: Los Cabos Convention & Visitors Bureau/Carolyn Izzo Integrated Communications