Booking Aruba Radisson Online

Old Jun 1st, 2004, 06:15 PM
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Booking Aruba Radisson Online

Hi! My fiance and I have decided on the Radisson Aruba for our HM Nov 7-15th..I am trying to find the best internet website to book through..it seems as if they are all the same price (expedia,travelocity,liberty travel) and I was just wondering if there were any that I was missing..I really want to make sure that we have a king size bed also...just curious..thanks for all your help
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Old Jun 2nd, 2004, 05:34 AM
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I downloaded a program yesterday called TravelAxe (http://www.travelaxe.com/NewSite/Inf...n_Overview.asp), which searches several travel sites simultaneously. I just ran a query for your time period and came up with a best price of $1618.16 from Orbitz.com for the Radisson Aruba. Since I have not researched this hotel previously, I do not know if that would be considered a good price - maybe someone else with more experience can give their opinion?

I have also found some what appear to be some decent deals through the Caribbean fall sale at the American Airlines vacation website:

http://aav6.aavacations.com/specials...0CaribSale.asp
Unfortunately (at least for me, lol) if you decide to book through the AA vacations website, they must receive payment in full by June 11th. I found an excellent Galley Bay deal for late November, but am not a wealthy person and cannot get $1900 to them in nine days so it looks like I'll have to reconsider my trip.

Hope these links help.
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Old Jun 2nd, 2004, 08:26 AM
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I booked my vacation (hotel & airfare) directly on their website through Radisson Vacations. It's powered by expedia so you still get the same good deals. When booking the vacation I was able to request a king bed, although they never guarantee it. If you go to tripadvisor.com and look up the Radisson Aruba, they search all the travel websites to find you all of the deals you can get on just room rates.
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Old Jun 3rd, 2004, 05:15 PM
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I booked it directly through Radisson as well & had no problems. Also, if you are a AAA member you can type in your account# & get a discount.
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Old Jun 8th, 2004, 06:11 PM
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Just booked my own honeymoon by calling the 1-800 number -- they offer the web rates, but you can tell them you're honeymooners so you have a better chance of getting the king bed Just so you know, Radisson's website has an offer that, if you find a lower price for a comparable room online, they'll beat it. Happy honeymoon!!
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Old Jun 9th, 2004, 11:42 AM
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I also used Travel Unlimited. They were great, and the hotel and beach were wonderful Ask for Alan.
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