Multi-city flights Tickets and hotels Offers

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1. Posted by angelamartinusa (First Time Poster 1 posts) 33w Star this if you like it!

I am planning for a vacation next year flying from the US to London, then to Paris and then come back home. My experience is that -snip- has good prices if I book a bundle deal with flights tickets offers and hotels. I do not know how to do multi-city bundle on the web. I called and was told that multi-city bundle can be done online but she could do this for me over the phone. But of course I do not see all the options. Any idea where can I do a multi-city bundle deal with hotels and flights tickets?

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

2. Posted by Borisborough (Moderator 1131 posts) 33w Star this if you like it!

Do it yourself, independently. More work for you but tailor-made to your needs and you can do it with the budget airlines.:)

But, if your promoting a company, you won't want to know that.

3. Posted by woinparis (Inactive 145 posts) 33w Star this if you like it!

My experience is that
- first time posters who post about a company are usually doing promotion
- bundling hotels and flight is a recipe for disaster, you often end up in hotels that are located outside of the city or ... or... but quite usually less interesting than doing both separately yourself.

4. Posted by berner256 (Moderator 1063 posts) 33w Star this if you like it!

An April 4 classified ad on Eknazar, a South Asian community portal, lists an Angela Martin as the contact for an online travel provider (mentioned in the original post) with an address in Las Vegas and a customer service center in Gurgaon (Haryana), India. I checked early Thursday.

Sometimes vacation packages do work, particularly those offered by airlines, casinos, etc. For example, Las Vegas "junkets" are popular with many Hawaii residents. Then there are travelers who don't want to do their own planning. For those, packages and/or organized tours or cruises might make sense. It's always wise to deal with an established travel company with an excellent record of service.