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Fall Hotel Savings: 10 Fall Travel Trips

Thursday, September 6th, 2012
fall can be an enticing time to travel, with fewer crowds, less heat, and more savings. It can be especially attractive for destinations where there is less demand during the fall, such as Miami and Las Vegas.
Enjoy Miami where hotels such as the Chesterfield in South Beach are as low as $89 a night with free Wi-Fi and free airport pickup
Mid-week rates in Las Vegas are incredibly low in the Fall, especially in later November and early December. Book a five-star hotel for around $120 a night.
Visit Vermont or New Hampshire for beautiful fall foliage and crisp temperatures
Travel to Europe can be a great deal during the fall, with a strong dollar, weak European economies, and a lot of availability. Four-star hotels in London such as the Hyde Park Premier are available at a steep discount after the Olympics
Disney World is a lot less crowded during the fall, with hotels in Orlando up to 60% peak pricing
Want internet on your flight at a cheaper rate? Visit gogoair.com for a 15% savings.
Getaroom offers an unpublished rate program that allows travelers to secure up to 20% off the lowest rate that can be found anywhere else
Pack light to avoid baggage fees during your fall trip – you can always buy essential items while at your destination
Cruises are often cheaper during the fall, especially for those travelers that aren’t worried about getting a tan
New York City is always a popular travel spot, so be sure to book early for the best prices. Getaroom.com features many ideal NYC hotels at special rates such as the Helmsley Park Lane.
“Travel during the fall is an ideal time to enjoy many fun destinations at a discount,” said Robert B. Diener, President and Co-Founder of Getaroom.com. “During mid-week, many popular spots such as Las Vegas can be enjoyed without the hassles of stressed-out summer vacationers. We recommend Getaroom.com’s unpublished rate program to secure great rates at the best fall vacation spots.”
For more information about Getaroom.com’s ideal bargains for the fall, visit www.getaroom.com.
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GAR_FallSavingsFall can be an enticing time to travel, with fewer crowds, less heat, and more savings. It can be especially attractive for destinations where there is less demand during the fall, such as Miami and Las Vegas. “Travel during the fall is an ideal time to enjoy many fun destinations at a discount,” said Robert B. Diener, President and Co-Founder of Getaroom.com.

  1. Enjoy Miami where hotels such as the Chesterfield Hotel and Suites on South Beach are as low as $66 a night with free Wi-Fi and free airport pickup.
  2. Mid-week rates in Las Vegas are incredibly low in the fall, especially in later November and early December. Book a five-star hotel for around $120 a night.
  3. Visit Vermont or New Hampshire for beautiful fall foliage and crisp temperatures.
  4. Travel to Europe can be a great deal during the fall, with a strong dollar, weak European economies, and a lot of availability. Four-star hotels in London such as the Hyde Park Premier London Paddington Hotel are available at a steep discount after the Olympics.
  5. Disney World is a lot less crowded during the fall, with hotels in Orlando up to 60% peak pricing.
  6. Want internet on your flight at a cheaper rate? Visit gogoair.com for a 15% savings.
  7. Getaroom offers an unpublished rate program that allows travelers to secure up to 20% off the lowest rate that can be found anywhere else.
  8. Pack light to avoid baggage fees during your fall trip – you can always buy essential items while at your destination.fall-banner
  9. Cruises are often cheaper during the fall, especially for those travelers that aren’t worried about getting a tan.
  10. New York City is always a popular travel spot, so be sure to book early for the best prices. Getaroom.com features many ideal NYC hotels at special rates such as the Helmsley Park Lane Hotel.

For more information about Getaroom.com’s ideal bargains for the fall, visit www.getaroom.com.
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Head to Miami to Celebrate its 115th Birthday!

Friday, July 29th, 2011

200243296-001It was incorporated on July 28, 1896 and hasn’t skipped a beat since. Now sun-drenched Miami is giving the vacation-bound yet another reason to venture to South Florida this summer.

Join the place dubbed “The Magic City” as it celebrates 115 years that have seen countless locals and tourists alike sunbathe on its pristine beaches, savor mouth-watering cuisine in its world-famous restaurants, shop at its endless array of stylish boutiques, and partake in the city’s eclectic mix of annual events. Among Miami’s most popular haunts are Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Zoo Miami, Bird Bowl Bowling Center, Ocean Drive, Bayfront Park, Bayside Marketplace, Miami Seaquarium and Jungle Island.

In addition, hotels decidedly make a key part of the city’s rich history. From Franklin D. Roosevelt to hip-hop mogul Jay-Z, scores of presidents, celebrities and dignitaries have graced the hallways of Miami hotels big and small alike over the past century. Just as the city is a melting pot of cultures, hotel options here run the gamut from five-star resorts to budget inns to funky Art Deco properties.

If you’re planning a getaway to Miami, below are some upcoming events and hotels we recommend you check out.

Miami Events and Special Promotions

1. Miami Spa Month (July 1 – Aug. 31): Miami’s spas are ranked among the very best in the country. Now through August you can enjoy major savings on special treatments at many of the city’s premier spas.

2. Miami Speed Triathlon (Aug. 27 – 28): The Miami Speed Triathlon boasts Sprint and Olympic distance races, two days of multisport Expo, and a USA Triathlon Pro/Elite Draft-Miami Beach at NightLegal Spring race with $30K cash prize.

3. Miami Spice (Aug. 1 – Sept. 30): Set to mark its 10th anniversary, this mouth-watering promotion offers the best of Miami cuisine. Signature dishes created by world-famous chefs can be had at affordable prices – $22 for lunch and $35 for dinner.

4. International Ballet Festival of Miami (Aug. 26 – Sept. 18): Showcasing a plethora of stars from some of the world’s most prestigious ballet companies, this annual event boasts ballet performances, dance film series, workshops and much more.

5. Miami International Wine Fair (Sept. 23 – 25): Sample more than 1,500 different wines from 20 countries. Hundreds of well-known distributors, importers and retailers will be on hand for the event.

Miami Hotels

1. Seagull Hotel South Beach:  Formerly the Days Inn South Beach, this oceanfront property in the heart of South Beach is a three-time recipient of the Chairman’s Award for Quality. It features lush landscaping and a swimming pool that provides relief from the scorching South Florida sun.

2. Chesterfield Hotel and Suites: This South Beach hotel manages to be affordable without skimping on style. Only steps away from Ocean Drive and the Fashion District, it includes a Safari-themed lobby and sleekly designed rooms with mahogany furniture and aluminum accents.

3. Marco Polo Beach Resort: Located in Sunny Isles, this 3-Diamond oceanfront resort features a state-of-the-art fitness center, restaurant, swimming pool and spa facilities. Breakfast is complimentary, as is use of the hotel’s poolside lounge chairs. Sunbathers rejoice!

4. Hotel Clifton South Beach: This 35-room Art Deco style hotel excites the eye with handsome decor that is modern, tropical and eco-friendly all at once. Grab a drink and unwind in the chic lobby bar before exploring a range of nightlife and dining options just minutes from the hotel’s front doors.

NBA Finals 2011: Miami Hotels and Dallas Hotels Near the Action

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

nba finals 2011 heat and mavericksIf you’re traveling to Miami or Dallas to be in attendance for any of the remaining games of the NBA Finals, consider yourself envied. Not only will you be on hand for one of the most exciting spectacles in all of sports, but your target destination brims with more attractions than you could ask for. Take sunny Miami, which never fails to impress with its picturesque beaches, sizzling nightclubs, world-famous designer shops on Ocean Avenue, and vast range of restaurants.

Dallas holds its own with such popular haunts as The Six Floor Museum, Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas Zoo, Dallas Museum of Art, Galleria Dallas, and Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Perhaps the only venue of interest to you is one that includes “American Airlines” in its name. (Games four and five will be played in Dallas at the American Airlines Center, while the remaining two games, if necessary, will shift back to the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami.)

The fact that the best-of-seven contest is a rematch of the 2006 NBA Finals – which saw Shaquille O’ Neal and Dwayne Wade lead the Miami Heat to their first NBA title with a 4-2 series win over the Dallas Mavericks – makes it all the more intriguing. This year finds Lebron James and Chris Bosh – whom, along with Dwayne Wade, make up “The Big Three” – looking for their first taste of championship glory.

Will Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks, a team still looking to capture its first ever NBA championship, have the last laugh this time around?  Or will the Heat live up to the hype and bring home its second NBA crown in five years? Stay tuned!

Below are some great Miami hotels and Dallas hotels within an hour’s drive of the hardwood action.

Hotels near the American Airlines Center

Sterling Hotel Dallas: Offers a fabulous high-rise view of the Dallas and Las Colinas skyline. Located in the center of the largest restaurant and shopping area in Texas. Also near DFW International Airport and Downtown Dallas on Highway 183.

Comfort Inn & Suites Market Center: Start your day off on right foot with a free full American breakfast before venturing out to The Six Floor Museum or Medieval Times Dinner Theatre. A pet-friendly hotel, Comfort Inn & Suites Market Center is happy to welcome your four-legged friend!

La Quinta Inn Dallas LBJ: Take a refreshing dip in the outdoor pool (open year around), unwind in the spa, or just soak up some rays on the sundeck near the gazebo. The hotel offers a free Bright Side Breakfast each morning, not to mention access to an on-site fitness center that is open 24 hours a day.

Hotels near the AmericanAirlines Arena

Chesterfield Hotel and Suites: Famous for its zebra prints, the guestrooms at this Miami Beach hotel on Collins Avenue ooze sexy with 300 count Mascioni linens and robes and mahogany furnishings with aluminum accents. Be sure to grab a drink at the Safari Bar or melt all your worries away in the rooftop Jacuzzi.

The Residences at 1100 West Avenue by Elite City Stays: A people watcher’s paradise, this luxury property in South Beach includes poolside and rooftop lounges, a lush outdoor garden, 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center, acclaimed restaurant and full service spa.

Cambden Brickell by Elite City Stays: Ways to relax and replenish abound at this Miami property, whether you’re up for a swim in the resort style pool or an afternoon in the sauna. Each elegantly appointed apartment includes a full kitchen with dishwasher, washer-dryer and ceramic tile bath and kitchen. Cambden Brickell is conveniently located within one mile of Bayside Marketplace and close to the heart of downtown Miami.

Sizzling Summer Beach Hot Spots

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Summer is fast approaching, and though it doesn’t officially kick off until June 21, most of us regard Memorial Day weekend as the onset of the season. What better way to make the most of your summer than by catching some rays on sugar white sands and swimming in brilliant blue ocean waters? With temperatures on the rise, now is as good a time as ever to hit the beaches for family barbecues, beach volleyball, picnics, diving, snorkeling – you name it. Best of all, going to the beach doesn’t cost a penny, a welcome bonus for those traveling on a budget. Whether your idea of the perfect summer weekend involves a romantic walk on the sand, a fun day of hanging ten, or water skiing until the sun goes down, these must-see beaches ought to be somewhere on your summer travel to-do list.

1. Florida: Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale

200243296-001The Sunshine State serves up a wide array of marvelous beach hot spots for sunbathing junkies. Among them are Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale, both of which grace balmy South Florida. With exception to glitzy Las Vegas, you’d probably be hard-pressed to think of a place better known for its picturesque beaches, pulsing nightlife, fine dining and trendy shops than Miami. Lincoln Road is a pedestrian shopping district boasting a wealth of art galleries, theaters, and entertainment venues, while Ocean Drive is renowned for its outdoor cafes and Art Deco architecture. Included among some of Miami Beafort lauderdale beach - las olasch’s most distinguished Art Deco hotels are Nash Hotel South Beach, Hotel Victor, South Beach Hotel and Chesterfield Hotel and Suites. Nicknamed the “Venice of America” for its gorgeous inland waterways, Fort Lauderdale will easily turn into a home-away-from-home for those craving fun in the sun. Hotels like the oceanfront Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel and Red Carpet Inn Fort Lauderdale Airport are on or near the beach and minutes away from fashionable Las Olas Boulevard, Galleria Mall, and entertainment and shopping galore at The Gallery at Beach Place and Las Olas Riverfront.

2. California: Los Angeles and San Diego

venice beachNothing spells sizzling fun on the west coast like a weekend spent taking in the sun at one of SoCal’s famed beaches.  Travelers planning to visit Los Angeles can check out the shops on Rodeo Drive, dine in one of Beverly Hills’ celebrity-frequented restaurants, or while the afternoon away with a drink on Venice Beach (a short drive from the Custom Hotel).  Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach make up LA’s principal beach cities, each popular destinations year-round for beach volleyball, surfing, biking and other activities. San Diego, roughly a two hour drive from Los Angeles, is yet another mecca for beach goers. Spend a lazy day in the sun or jump on a surfboard and head out into the shimmering blue waters of Mission Beach, just one mile from The Dana on Mission Bay. Alternatively, travelers can bask in  sunshine at Del Mar Beach in San Diego, on which you’ll find Del Mar Motel on the Beach.

3. South Carolina: Myrtle Beach

If Myrtle Beach is on your summer travel itinerary, it’s a safe bet you’ll be visiting the world-famous Grand Strand, which sees more than 14 million visitors each year thanks to its wide array of beaches, restaurants, shopping complexes and nightclubs. Set on 350 acres near the Ocean Park Resort, Broadway at the Beach has grown into one of South Carolina’s premier destinations for shopping and leisure. Moreover, the oceanfront Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort by Westgate Resorts is conveniently located to Grand Strand attractions including Ripley’s Aquarium, Family Kingdom Amusement Park and Myrtle Waves Water Park.

Whether you’re a sunbathing enthusiast, a long-time admirer of the ocean, or a travel maven yearning to get away from it all, why not head to the beach for some serious fun in the sun this summer?