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Girlfriend Getaway

Reviewing: Four Seasons Las Vegas Shop 'Til You Drop  |  Rating:
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Last October, my best friend's and I all wanted to do something together since we're all busy with work and school and well, just life. We researched some singles trips and decided to go to Las Vegas. We decided on the Four Seasons Las Vegas "Shop Till You Drop" Package from CM Travel. It's a trip where the Four Seasons and Saks Fifth Avenue basically joined together to create a trip just for women who love to shop!

Let's start with the hotel. It was absolutely beautiful and I liked that, although I was with my best friends, we all had seperate bedrooms. It was set up almost like an apartment. Every morning, we could order food directly to our room or we could go to one of the many restaraunts in the hotel. All of the food was included in the price of the trip. The only thing you had to pay for out of pocket was soda or alcoholic drinks. Tea, juice, and water were included too.

You could also order in-room cocktails which was awesome. When you first arrive, you get a huge shopping kit that includes the names of all the local designers and stores that you may not have heard of before. It also included a bunch of coupons and special offers such as $100 off a purchase of $300 or more in Saks Fifth Avenue and a lot of Buy 1, Get 1 specials.

At Saks Fifth Avenue, you get a personal shopper and a personal make-up consultant. The awesome thing was that when you got to the stores on the list, they already knew your name and that you were coming in. I felt like a movie star or something the whole time! Then, whatever you purchase, they deliver right to your hotel door. No carrying bags all day.

Also, the cab fair to and from all the stores is included in the price of the trip which is nice. And, you get 2 60 minute full body massages while you're there. And 4 20 minute foot massages.

We stayed Sunday through Saturday and it cost us $1375 a person after taxes and gratuities. It doesn't include air fare though! That was the only drawback to this particular trip.