The 4th Flies Free special promotion will help make a Telluride summer vacation more affordable and easier to plan
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Telluride, CO (PRWEB) May 13, 2009
If you've dreamed of a summer vacation in the Colorado mountain town of Telluride, but thought it would be too expensive for your family or group of friends to get to, think again.
Telluride Central Reservations, working with the Telluride-Montrose Regional Air Organization, is offering a free round-trip ticket -- up to $350 in value -- on any American, Continental or Delta serving nearby Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ) with the purchase of three or more tickets on the same itinerary. Good for Sunday through Tuesday flight arrivals, the offer is good for travel completed by October 31.
The special offer requires a minimum stay of four nights at one of 10 participating lodging partners. Accommodations include luxury hotels, affordable inns, and condo and private home vacation rentals. Many of the participating properties are offering a fourth night for free.
In addition, each reservation booked will receive a restaurant gift card ($25 value) to use at Excelsior Café, Blue Point Grill & Noir Bar or X Café -- all featuring menus from local celebrity chef Jake Linzinmeir.
"The 4th Flies Free special promotion will help make a Telluride summer vacation more affordable and easier to plan," says Scott McQuade, CEO of the Telluride Tourism Board. "The great value is perfect for families, as well as groups of friends heading out for one of Telluride's nearly 20 weekend festivals and events taking place this summer."
The "4th Flies Free" offer is available while supplies last, and must be booked by June 30. All air tickets purchased as part of the promotion are non-refundable. To book travel or for more information, contact Telluride Central Reservations at 888.355.7433 or check the "Places to Stay" section at http://www.visittelluride.com.
About Telluride (http://www.VisitTelluride.com):
Located in Southwest Colorado's San Juan Mountains, Telluride sits at 8,750 feet above sea level and is renowned for its Old West charm, culture and famous festivals, as well as exceptional restaurants and hotels. The entire town has been designated a National Historic Landmark District.
Telluride is connected with neighboring Mountain Village by a free gondola transportation system - the only one of its kind in North America. At an altitude of 9,500 feet, Mountain Village is home to the Telluride Ski Resort headquarters, a world-class golf course, restaurants, lodging and shops.