PHOENIX - Want to plan your fall vacation or at least dream about one?
Every Thursday, ABC15.com will feature travel deals for Arizonans.
This week’s deals from AAA Arizona include roundtrip air from Phoenix:
Colorado Springs from $284* per person
Two nights of accommodations at Hyatt Place Colorado Springs, a AAA Three Diamond property. This property is located near downtown Colorado Springs, Garden of the Gods, the US Olympic Training Center, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Pikes Peak and Manitou Springs.
Sonoma/Napa from $374* per person
Two nights of accommodations at DoubleTree by Hilton Sonoma - Wine Country. This AAA Three Diamond property stands on manicured grounds with gardens, palm trees, and expansive views of the adjoining golf courses and surrounding hills.
Chicago from $417* per person
Two nights of accommodations at the AAA Three Diamond Four Points by Sheraton Chicago Downtown Magnificent Mile. This property is located near the Sears Tower, John Hancock Observatory, Navy Pier, Soldier Field (Home of the Chicago Bears), Wrigley Field (Home of the Chicago Cubs), Art Institute of Chicago, and McCormick Place.
For more information or to book, visit AAAAZ.com/travel.
*Price is per person, based on double occupancy with air from Phoenix for select travel dates; hotel taxes and fees additional. Prices will differ for date(s) of stay chosen and are subject to change without notice. Prices are subject to change, availability and prior sale. Other conditions and restrictions may apply.
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