Caribbean: Last minute cruise holiday

Thursday, 4 June 2009 12:00 AM

Miami, USA

Miami, USA

On offer this week is a chance to enjoy a 14-night cruise and stay deal in the Caribbean, featuring a fabulous stay in Miami.

With prices starting at £1,249 guests can take advantage of this fabulous 14-night luxury Caribbean cruise and enjoy a free upgrade to a Balcony Cabin.

Fly from Heathrow to Miami Airport where holidaymakers will stay one night at the five-star Sofitel Miami Hotel before heading for the port to board the magnificent Liberty of the Seas for an eight-night full board Caribbean cruise.

Then head back to Miami airport and fly to Las Vegas for a five night stay in the famous four-star Luxor Las Vegas.

Flights are available from London Heathrow, Manchester or Edinburgh.

Departures are between August 25th and December 6th.

The offer is based on two people sharing and includes taxes and surcharges. Both hotels are on a room only basis, with more information at DealChecker.

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