Now this is the kind of holiday shopping we like—no lines, no crowds, just a simple click of the mouse to get you sweet savings. With hotel rates this low, why not add a vacation or two for yourself to your virtual shopping cart? We promise not to tell Santa…
Be sure to book by the end of day on November 28, but you can travel well into 2012 for most of these deals. See something you like? Click on the headline to see full details about the deal, including travel dates.
Better bookmark this website if you want to snag a room at Boston’s luxury Charles Hotel in Harvard Square for 50 percent off. Not only will you get a room for half price, but the Charles will also throw in a $50 gift card to its new on-site spa and salon. You’ll need to de-stress at the spa after the pressure of booking this deal—it’s only available for one hour, between 11:28am and 12:28pm EST.
Sometimes “buy one, get one free” deals can entice you in to buying more of something you don’t really need, just to get the discount. Not so with this deal—who doesn’t want two free nights in Aruba? Stay for four nights at the Marriott Aruba Resort and you’ll only pay for two nights, a savings of over $700!
Come see how the East Coast does Christmas with Kimpton Hotels’ sale offering 60 percent off its hotels in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia this December. The luxury rooms start at just $119 a night. There’s no pressure with this sale, either—it runs from Cyber Monday through Wednesday.
Spend the dreary months of February or March in sunny Cancun for 58 percent less than regular rates! Stay at the JW Marriott Cancun Resort and Spa from just $179 per night and get a $50 resort credit and a free room upgrade.
Recharge after the holidays at a Marriott resort. Marriotts across the Sunshine State are offering 25 percent off regular rates, which means you could get away for just $95 a night this winter.
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