Longing to escape the cold and thaw out on one of Miami’s sun-soaked beaches? Perhaps you’re looking to turn up the heat by getting your groove on at one of Las Vegas‘ sizzling nightclubs. Maybe you’re planning a spring vacation to Orlando just to experience the pulse-quickening thrill rides that Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort are famous for.
With spring break just weeks away, it’ll soon be time to store away the winter clothes and bring out the suntan lotion. By booking your spring vacation early with Getaroom.com, you can save up 50% off regular hotel rates at some of the world’s best hotels. Whether you’re in search of an intimate retreat or an elegant 5-star property, Getaroom.com has spring break hotels to fit every style and budget.
Call our toll-free call center at 800-HOTELS-8 (800-468-3578) for unpublished rates typically 10 to 20 percent lower than those offered on getaroom.com and other travel sites.
Some of our most sought-after spring break hotels include:
1. Prime Hotel La Florida – In the heart of South Beach’s historic Art Deco District, only steps from the beach and one block from Ocean Drive
2. Howard Johnson Plaza Dezerland Beach & Spa – Beachfront AAA 3 Diamond-rated hotel with spa and 1950s-style restaurant
2. Paradise Point Resort & Spa – A private 44-acre island tucked away on Mission Bay but still close enough to bustling downtown San Diego
1. Wyndham Lake Buena Vista - Kids eat free with a paying adult in Lakeview Restaurant through 4/29 (includes Disney character breakfast on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays)
2. Nickelodeon Suites Resort – Family-friendly resort boasting Nickelodeon-themed KidSuites, daily character breakfast with Nickelodeon friends, two interactive water parks and Kid’s spa
1. Travel Inn New York – Three blocks from Times Square; one of the few hotels in Midtown Manhattan to offer free parking
2. New York Helmsley Hotel – Features more than 700 rooms and suites, an elegant restaurant (Leona’s), and a bar & lounge; steps away from Bryant Park, Times Square and the Empire State Building