Columbus Day getaways for up to 40% off!

by Ben on September 27, 2010

Rooms at The Terranea Resort are 40% off for Columbus Day Weekend

Don’t sit at home this Columbus Day weekend and watch re-runs of Top Chef on Bravo. With hotel deals this good, you can’t justify not taking a trip. Why shouldn’t you head to the ultra-luxurious Terranea Resort in Los Angeles when you can get 40% off?

Below, we’ve listed amazing deals for the upcoming holiday weekend from six top U.S. cities. But they won’t last forever, so be adventurous and take a well earned-vacation.

New York City

The Alex Hotel

  • Location: Midtown East, New York City
  • Price: $611/nt $367/nt
  • You save: 40%

Why we love it: The Alex is a smart, stylish option with an intimate, low-key vibe, a great gym, luxurious in-room amenities, a friendly staff, beautiful David Rockwell design, and easy access to Midtown’s corporate centers. Read the full Alex Hotel review

Riingo at The Alex Hotel

The MAve

  • Location: Flatiron, New York City
  • Price: $550/nt $385/nt
  • You save: 30%

Why we love it:¬† Like its sisters in South Beach, the 72-room MAve hotel (opened in 2009) uses slight style — and a few treats, like H2O bath prodcuts and a nice, free cheese spread at breakfast — to win over guests who might be otherwise disappointed by the small rooms. It’s location, right next to Madison Square Park, also puts it in the center of Manhattan with easy trips to Times Square, Midtown West, The Empire State Building, the MoMa, SoHo, Chelsea, and the East Village. Read the full MAve hotel review

Los Angeles

The Orlando

  • Location: Hollywood/West Hollywood, Los Angeles
  • Price: $250/nt $175/nt
  • You save: 30%

Why we love it: A location right on Third Street, one of L.A.’s best stretches of trendy shops and restaurants, is this mellow boutique hotel’s most notable feature. Its 98 rooms are large and comfortable and with as a centrally located base for shopping or business, the stylish and affordable Orlando is a solid pick. Read the full Orlando hotel review

Sunset Tower – Argyle

  • Location: Hollywood/West Hollywood, Los Angeles
  • Price: $553/nt $332/nt
  • You save: 30%

Why we love it: A rejuvenated Sunset Strip landmark with just 74 rooms, the Art Deco Sunset Tower draws A-list celebrities and treats everyday guests like stars with impeccable service and a vibe that channels the glamorous history of Hollywood. Read the full Sunset Tower – Argyle hotel review

The Sunset Tower - Argyle on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood

Terranea Resort

  • Location: Rancho Palos Verdes, Los Angeles
  • Price: $563/nt $338/nt
  • You save: 40%

Why we love it: One of just a few true mega-resorts in Southern California, the 100-acre, 582-room Terranea in Rancho Palos Verdes offers a range of features that’s unrivaled among Los-Angeles-area properties, including a top-tier spa, nine holes of golf, five restaurants, three pools, and gorgeous, manicured grounds. Plus, it opened in June 2009, so the rooms and facilities still sparkle. If you are looking for a real getaway for Columbus Day, this is your best bet. Read the full¬† Terranea Resort hotel review


Palms Hotel and Spa

  • Location: Mid-Beach,Miami
  • Price: $332/nt $249/nt
  • You save: 25%

Why we love it: A clean, lively beachside resort in Mid-Beach Miami, the Palms takes style lessons from the hip boutiques — think poolside house music, a fun tiki bar, updated rooms, a new Aveda spa, and free yoga classes. And for nightlife, revelers have only a five- to 10-minute taxi ride to South Beach. Read the full Palms Hotel and Spa review

San Francisco

Hotel Whitcomb

Why we love it:A historic 459-room hotel that once served as San Francisco’s City Hall. The hotel is also right on top of public transportation and serves as an easy way to see the whole city from a good base. Although generally affordable in the first place, these deals make it a great excuse to escape to San Francisco for the weekend. Read the full Hotel Whitcomb hotel review

Rooms at The Campton Place Taj, San Francisco

Campton Place Taj

  • Location: Union Square, San Francisco
  • Price: $481/nt $385/nt
  • You save: 20%

Why we love it: This ultra-luxurious, 110-room boutique one block from Union Square is an enclave of posh rooms and pampering service in a dense city. Its breadth of bespoke services and luxe room amenities make it one of the city’s most special hotels. Read the full Campton Place Taj hotel review


The Copley Square Hotel

  • Location: Back Bay, Boston
  • Price: $446/nt $334/nt
  • You save: 25%

Why we love it:After a thorough 2008 renovation, this historic 143-room hotel in Back Bay features sharply decorated rooms, a fun martini bar, free Wi-Fi, and free wine and coffee in the cozy lobby. Low prices make it a solid value choice, however, especially for the central Copley Square location. Read the full Copley Square Hotel review

Washington D.C.

Donovan House

  • Location: Downtown, Washington, D.C.
  • Price: $323/nt $259/nt
  • You save: 20%

Why we love it: The Donovan House is a sleek offering that’s helping define Obama-era D.C. cool along with hip counterparts like the W and the Dupont Hotel. From its dark-purple-and-white color scheme, to its pod-shaped “cocoon” showers, to its mod lobby, and rowdy rooftop pool parties, the Donovan House offers a sexy night in the nation’s capital. Read the full Donovan House hotel review

The Liaison Capitol Hill, Washington D.C.

The Liason Capitol Hill

  • Location: Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.
  • Price: $242/nt $194/nt
  • You save: 20%

Why we love it: A stylish lobby, an acclaimed soul food restaurant, an extensive pillow menu, and a hip rooftop pool deck (open summers) makes the Liaison hotel one of the best hotels in Capitol Hill — an area that’s convenient to the Amtrak station and most major sites. Read the full Liason Capitol Hill hotel review

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