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Late Summer and Labor Day Tips for Choosing a Destination.

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

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1. Orlando Hotel room rates are affordable during the month of August. Stay at a variety of Downtown Disney hotels such as the Royal Plaza and the Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Hotel from $75 a night. Many hotels drop rates mid to late August.

2. Top destinations for late summer and Labor Day are Orlando, Las Vegas, Chicago, San Diego, San Francisco, Myrtle Beach, Atlantic City, Reno/Tahoe, Miami and Washington DC. Book early for the best hotel deals in these markets.

3. Las Vegas hotel deals are hard to beat in August – the best deals can be found Sunday thru
Thursday. Strip hotels such as the Stratosphere offer rates from $39 a night.

4.  Labor Day hotel room rates are higher for Saturday and Sunday night during Labor Day
weekend – but drop way down on Monday night – stay Monday and get a great deal in
most markets.

5. Myrtle Beach has high demand all summer but rates drop at most
hotels in late August.

6. There are many bargains on hotels in New York City such as the Travel Inn for $175/night
on Getaroom.com for many summer dates, rates at this property include free parking and an outdoor pool.

7.  Stay with the stars in South Beach – many bargains to choose from all summer
long at Miami hotels such as the Hotel Chelsea – at getaroom.com from $78 including free airport shuttle, free wifi, free happy hour and more.

8.   Most San Francisco hotels offer lower rates for Labor Day weekend –
enjoy the cable cars and Fisherman’s Wharf and get a great deal.

9. Thousands of hotels offer lower rates all summer through Getaroom.com’s
Unpublished Rate program – just pick up the phone and call 1-800-HOTELS8,
ask for the Unpublished Rate and save 10-30% off the lowest online
rate.

10.  Why visit many sites to shop – do it all with one visit to kayak.com to check airfares, car rental rates, hotels and more.

Spring Break: Sunbathe, Dine and Dance the Night Away

Friday, February 26th, 2010

spring break beachWith spring right around the corner, it’s time to put away the winter gloves and coats and dust off the sun tan lotion and binoculars. To be sure, there’s nothing like being able to soak up rays and refresh in the swimming pool following one of the most intense winter seasons on record – more than 60% of the U.S. was reportedly blanketed in snow earlier this year. That being said, it’s no surprise travelers are more than ready to hit up picturesque beaches, fine restaurants and lively nightclubs in Miami, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and other spring break hot spots as the weather heats up. Read on for a taste of what awaits you at these meccas for fun, sun and much more.

Party in Miami

Known for its pearly white sand beaches and booming nightlife scene, everything about South Beach oozes fun and vibrancy. Fashion shoots and star-studded events are standard here, thus earning Miami a reputation as an oasis for the fashion forward. Shopping options are endless, from the popular Dolphin Mall in Doral to fine boutiques on Ocean Drive to a wide collection of stylish designer stores in the heart of the Collins Avenue Fashion District. Then there’s scores of chic, Art Deco hotels nestled on South Beach, each within minutes of the city’s hippest attractions. Among them are the trendy Whitelaw HotelHotel Chelsea, an Art Deco fixture since 1936; the Beach Paradise Hotel, whose design was inspired by Spanish mansions of old; and the Deauville Beach Resort, which over the years has attracted the likes of celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.

Let Loose in Los Angeles

spring break nightclubI’d be remiss to discuss Los Angeles shopping and nightlife without highlighting Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. The former includes world-famous Rodeo Drive, a shopping district famous for its upscale boutiques and shops. Passing through West Hollywood is the Sunset Strip, an area where colorful and expansive billboards are easy to find, as are various restaurants, nightclubs, and – if you’re lucky enough – a celebrity or two. Like Miami, Los Angeles is a playground for beachgoers as thousands flock to Venice Beach, among the city’s other sizzling beaches, to catch some rays or hang ten. Hotel Angeleno – a Joie de Vivre  Hotel – and Hotel Beverly Terrace, two boutique properties in close proximity to Beverly Hills and Hollywood, make great places to unwind after a day of non-stop action in SoCal.

Live it up in Las Vegas

Dazzling lights and an ever-festive ambiance make Las Vegas a popular vacation hot spot year year-round, and spring break is certainly no exception. With scores of famous casinos, towering hotels, fine shops and renowned restaurants, it’s no surprise the city has been dubbed “The Entertainment Capital of the World.” Most of the world-famous Strip’s best shows and attractions are found on the resort properties that line it. Take Stratosphere Casino, Hotel and Tower. Aside from boasting the largest observation tower in the United States, it proves that Florida and California are far from the only places for theme park thrills. Guests can enjoy heart-pounding rides including X-Scream and Insanity, both of which propel you anywhere from 27 to 64 feet over the edge of the Tower. Racing aficionados will love Speed – The Ride, a state-of-the-art rollercoaster at Sahara Hotel and Casino’s Nascar Cafe Entertainment Center.  If your idea of fun involves getting wet, guests should not miss Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino, winner of the AAA Four-Diamond Award each year since 1977. The Tank is a $30 million complex featuring a shark tank, private cabanas and an exhilarating 3-story waterslide.

Tour NYC’s Stellar Attractions

Though New York City likely won’t sit atop your list of top beach destinations anytime soon, it nonetheless has enough attractions to keep travelers, no matter their age, well-entertained over the course of spring break. Catch a New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden, photograph the Statue of Liberty, watch a show on Broadway, tour the Museum of Modern Art, spend an afternoon unwinding at Central Park, or delight your palate at one of Chinatown’s many fine restaurants. Your options for things to do and places to see are endless. Within walking distance of these attractions is the Belvedere Hotel, an Art Deco style hotel that features a state-of-the-art fitness center and popular Rodizio-style steakhouse, Churrascaria Plataforma. Other notable properties include Affinia Shelburne at Lexington Avenue and the Eastgate Tower Hotel in Murray Hill.

Explore Europe

eiffel towerIf you’re looking to break out of your usual routine and travel abroad for spring break this year, you’ll find a wealth of fun things to do and landmark attractions to gawk at in Europe. Among travelers’ favorites: the Louvre and always-striking Eiffel Tower in Paris, the historic Coliseum in Rome, and Museumplein, a spacious square along which four museums are set in art-rich Amsterdam. If you’d rather be doing something a bit more lively, each city hosts tons of exciting events year-round and features plenty of nightclubs, shops, restaurants and sporting venues to suit different tastes. Properties to check out include Villa Eugenie and Tonic Hotel Du Louvre, two of Paris’ finest; Hotel Savoy and the Ripa Hotel, two four-star gems in Rome; and Grand Hotel Amrath, a 5-star masterpiece nestled in the historic heart of Amsterdam.

Get a Room in Las Vegas this Labor Day and Save!

Friday, July 31st, 2009

Greetings travelers! My name is Jeff and I’ll be providing you with information on this week’s feature destination. For the third installment of our Labor Day series, we venture to Sin City – a true mecca for shopping, dining, gambling and entertainment. Attractions abound, lights shine brightly all throughout, and savings are yours for the taking in some of the finest hotels to grace the Las Vegas Strip.

At the very heart of the Strip you’ll find Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. What’s especially neat about this place is that each of its stylish rooms and suites feature actual memorabilia from renowned Hollywood films. It’s hard not to lose count of the many places where you can enjoy a delectable meal; you’ll have eight restaurants to choose from, including the famous Koi. While you’re there, feel free to rejuvenate your senses in the European spa or burn some calories in the fitness center.

Another great hotel I found was the Sahara Hotel and Casino. It is conveniently located on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, with its own monorail station just one stop from the Las Vegas Convention Center. With two state-of-the-art theaters, the popular NASCAR Café (which features an arcade and roller coaster), and more than 85,000 square feet of gaming space, you’ll never run out of things to do.

Stratosphere

If you yearn to experience Las Vegas to the fullest, the Stratosphere Casino Hotel and Tower is definitely worth checking out. It is within minutes of downtown Las Vegas and the Fremont Street Experience, and fewer than five miles from McCarren International Airport – a great benefit for time-pressed travelers such as myself! The 113-story Stratosphere Tower is the tallest observation tower in the U.S., so it’s no surprise that it offers panoramic views of the Strip and surrounding mountains. Whether it’s chic bars, fine restaurants, or heart-pounding rides that tickle your fancy, the property has something for everyone.

Sometimes I just want to escape from my daily worries and indulge in all the dining, shopping and entertainment I can get! The Tropicana Las Vegas, situated at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue, couldn’t be any more accommodating. A landmark since its inception in 1957, the property boasts three world renowned swimming pools, three outdoor spas, and more than 1,800 hotel rooms you can choose from to relax the night away.

Moreover, I had heard that Terrible’s Hotel and Casino was considered a favorite among locals and visitors, so I decided to see it for myself. Indeed, this property is a welcome haven for vacationers looking to savor Nevada’s warm and sunny atmosphere. It couples comfortable, well-appointed guest rooms with first-rate amenities such as a swimming pool surrounded by lush landscaping, a 24 hour fitness center, and a relaxing lounge.

Great deals on these hotels and many more are just a click away at getaroom.com. You’ll be eligible to receive a $25 rebate offer for bookings of two nights or more by calling our reservation line at 800-468-3578. You can also check out deals that are just too good to miss in other major cities including New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles and Boston. Why wait? Get a room today!

In the final installment of our Labor Day series, we’ll explore fine destinations in Chicago. Stay tuned!