SPRING TRAVEL ADVENTURE
We have a package deal that bundles air transportation and hotel accommodations and includes round trip transportation to Seattle from Santa Barbara and four nights in an awesome hotel. Here's the 411...
Flight: Non-stop from Santa Barbara Airport (SBA) to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA); departing SBA @ 7:00 a.m. and arriving SEA @ 9:30 a.m.
Accommodations: Palladian Hotel (2000 Second Avenue, Seattle, Washington / Phone (206) 448-1111 / http://www.palladianhotel.com) located near the center of all that Seattle has to offer, on the seam of Belltown and the Retail Core, the new 97-room Palladian Hotel is within walking distance of landmarks like Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, and Seattle's best new restaurants, live music, cafés and boutiques. Established in 1910, the Palladian Hotel has been reinvented with luxe amenities, vintage design elements and contemporary furnishings that reflect Belltown's hip heritage. Recently recognized as one of 2015's 25 Best New Hotels by Fodor's Travel and The 17 Coolest New Urban Hotels in the Country by Travel + Leisure, the Palladian beckons today's trendsetters.
Package Rate: Double Occupancy $816 per person. Also consider how many roommates you’d like, because while it will certainly cut down costs, you will also be sharing a queen bed. Triple Occupancy $641.55 per person, and Quadruple Occupancy $547.53 per person. This is a package rate that includes round trip airfare nonstop from Santa Barbara to Seattle (includes all taxes and fees).
Hotel Cancellation Policy: CANCEL BY 6:00 PM PACIFIC DAYLIGHT TIME ON OCTOBER 19 (DAY OF ARRIVAL) AND THE FEE = 1 NIGHT COST. CANCEL 6:00 PM PACIFIC DAYLIGHT TIME, 1 DAY PRIOR TO ARRIVAL = NO CANCELLATION FEES.
Travel Insurance: To protect your travel investment, we highly recommend the purchase of travel insurance $69.99. The insurance comes in as a good deal, because otherwise you have an unused airline ticket that would need $150-$200 to change. Also, this coverage insures that if the price goes down, you get the lower price.
What’s not included: You are responsible for food, city transportation, and entertainment costs.
How Do I Sign Up?: Please contact Trudy Allen of Cruise and Tours to pay your $300 deposit (plus $69.99 travel insurance if desired) by calling (805) 964-3527 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org You will need to provide your full name as indicated on your driver’s license, birthdate, credit card number, billing address, email address and phone number. Please let Trudy know who your roommate is.
NOTE: The sooner you book the better because the plane is not that big and it is a very popular route! ASAP for everyone! Price can go up mainly based on the flight availability.
Final Payment – The balance of your travel and hotel payment ($516 for double occupancy) is due to Trudy by September 6
Our HAWC crew is deep into the planning phase, finding routes for treks that will take us to the coolest neighborhoods, parks, and points of interest in Seattle. As more information is available, we'll post here. Oh, remember that stuff that dripped from the sky pre-drought, its quite possible we'll have some on our trip so break out your rain gear!
Wednesday, October 19th: Wake up and wear your trekking clothes! Get to the airport in time to depart Santa Barbara at 7:00 AM on our non-stop flight arriving in Seattle at 9:30 AM. We'll hop on public transit (Seattle is known for its sustainable transportation system) and head to our hotel where we'll drop our luggage. After that, we are off for a day of walking, sightseeing, etc.
Thursday, October 20th: Walking, sightseeing, etc. More information to come.
Friday, October 21st: Walking, sightseeing, etc. More information to come.
Saturday, October 22nd: Walking, sightseeing, etc. More information to come.
Sunday, October 23d:
Our last morning in this fabulous city. We'll make it memorable. We'll make our way to the airport shortly afternoon to catch our non-stop flight departing Seattle at 3:05 PM and arriving in Santa Barbara at 5:37 PM.
Are you In?