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Frugal Friday: Hotel Deals

Kimpton Hotel George
Kimpton Hotel George


Book before July 7th to snag a great deal in and near the nation’s capital.  With Kimpton’s Red White and Boom Sale, you can save 10% off one night, 15% off two nights, and 20% off a three night stay at one of a dozen hotels in Washington, DC; Baltimore, MD;  or Alexandria, VA.  Rates start as low as $99 in DC for Thursday through Sunday.   Rates begin at $139 in Baltimore/Alexandria for Sunday through Thursday stays.  Offers are good now to September 1, 2014.  Use the rate code “BOOM” when booking online www.kimptonhotels.com.

Road Trip Deals

Traveling across the US or Canada this summer?  Use HotelCoupons.com to find a hotel deal.  Same-day rates are 20 to even 50 percent off the current prices.  Special rates at popular brands like Wyndham, Comfort Inn and Days Inn can range from $80 in Los Angeles, $50 in Orlando, to $150 in New York City.

Alabama’s Grand Hotel

For more than 165 years, the Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa has served guests with true Southern hospitality in Point Clear, Alabama.  Plan a mid-week stay during the month of July and receive:
·         Overnight accommodations
·         Daily breakfast for two in The Grand Dining Room
·         Participation in the daily military processional and cannon firing tribute
The “Civil War Package” rates start from $269 per night. Find even more grand packages by booking through the Historic Hotels of America.


Grand Hotel Junior Suite
Grand Hotel Junior Suite


Courtyard Santa Fe

The newly renovated Courtyard Santa Fe is offering guests the “Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Package” with rates staring at $149 per night.  This intellectual deal includes:

  • Continental breakfast for two each day
  • Two admission tickets to the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
  • Deluxe king or double queen guest room

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum’s collection includes some 3,000 works.  Exhibits change throughout the year.  Now through September 17, the museum is featuring Georgia O’Keeffe and Ansel Adams: The Hawai’i Pictures.






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