Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa, about 15 miles west of the Strip, is the place to indulge in spa treatments such as a green tea wrap and Thai massage. On-site dining options include modern Japanese at Hachi, homemade pasta at Terra Rossa, and more.
Expect June temperatures to be in the upper 80s. But don't sweat it. The hotel has a free shuttle to the Strip.
Why is this a deal? A nonstop Delta flight is $138 from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas. The hotel is offering the third night for free for Delta customers. If you booked the hotel on your own, room rates would cost $150-$175 per night for a deluxe king or a deluxe with two queens ($475.80-$561 for three nights, or $237.50-$280.50 per person). If you bought airfare and hotel separately, you'd pay $372.50-$418.50 per person. Booking the package saves you about $112.50-$158.50 per person -- enough for a spa treatment.
Trip Type: Air-inclusive; independent
What the Quoted Price Gets You: Airfare from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas; three nights at the Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa; 250 bonus miles in addition to credited miles for your flight; hotel taxes and fees; government taxes and fees; and airline fuel surcharges
What Else You Will Have to Pay: Meals
Book By: April 14, 2012
When: Monday departures May 28-June 21
Single Supplement: $111
Other Departures: Detroit (add $197), Minneapolis (add $240), Atlanta (add $342) New York (add $348)
Other Details:The promotion's valid travel period actually runs through July 31; the quoted price reflects May 28-June 21 travel dates. Be sure to use promo code DV15256.
All prices are per person and, if lodging is a component of the package, based upon two people traveling together (unless otherwise noted). The prices listed are general starting rates; see "What Else You'll Have to Pay" for details about associated taxes and fees. Base-prices, taxes, and fees can vary based on point of departure and time of travel. Blackout dates may apply. Trip add-ons like sightseeing tours and meal plans may also increase the price. Check with the tour operator for additional gateways. The single supplement is the extra cost that a solo traveler would pay to book the deal.