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An 18th-century manor house anchors this Williamsburg resort with spacious one- and two-bedroom units perfect for families
The Historic Powhatan Resort’s manor house dates back to 1735—an etching of "1643" on one of its bricks refers to the year of its land grant from King Charles I. Built with 20-inch-thick brick walls and distinctive T-shaped chimneys, the two-story structure survived the American Revolution and a fire during the Civil War that ravaged the surrounding plantation. Today, the house stands amid carefully manicured gardens and rolling hills on the resort’s more than 250 wooded acres, the perfect setting for families visiting Williamsburg for its historic colonial attractions.
Part of the Historic Triangle of Virginia (along with Jamestown and Yorktown), Williamsburg was the capital of the colony. It played a central role during the American Revolution—American forces gathered here in 1781 to march to Yorktown for the war’s final battle. The city pays homage to this patriotic past with a living museum where fifers march in Revolutionary War regalia and costumed actors portray everyday colonists. Historians have carefully preserved and restored dozens of 18th-century structures within the town; buildings of note include the home of George Wythe, the first Virginian to sign the Declaration of Independence. Yorktown Battlefield is to the east; here, park rangers tell the story of the Revolutionary War’s final siege.
Historic Williamsburg Resort
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Bringing a bit of glamour to this beachfront resort, guests can relax in pools or go shopping in a nearly-located Playa del Carmen
Residences at The Fives is conveniently located in Playa del Carmen on the Riviera Maya, just 40 minutes south of Cancun International Airport. The beach is only 10-minutes away from the residence so it gives guests a first-hand experience of the charming restaurants, shops, and local attractions. The 5th Avenue in Playa del Carmen also has a lot to offer with its rich dining sphere and shoppers paradise. The residence itself is very luxurious and glamorous and the hotel’s architecture is created with a modern Mexican flair.
Just south of Cancún, the Riviera Maya is a nearly 80-mile stretch of Caribbean coastline fronted by towns rich in Mexican culture. For some of the area’s best beaches, clubs, and snorkeling reefs, head to the rapidly growing city of Playa del Carmen. Farther south, Tulum sits on a perch of rocky bluffs and is better known for ancient ruins, including temples and a cliff-side castle. The inhabitants of Tulum—which means “walled” in the aboriginal language—first erected the city’s outer fortress to protect themselves from belligerent invaders. Today, the wall guards the archaeological zone, beginning with an entryway of two corbel arches and a limestone house built over an underwater cave.
Swimming in the secret caves isn’t allowed, but a scenic drive south of Playa del Carmen brings you to the Yucatán Peninsula’s legendary limestone cenotes, fresh water sinkholes created by an underground river system. At the Cenote Cristalino, you can jump from terraced outcroppings into an exposed pool or go snorkeling in underwater caves. You can also watch locals expertly flip, dive, and synchronously cannonball into the clear water at this popular weekend hangout.
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4-Star Residence w/Resort Credit
Guests enjoy incredible views, infinity pool, open rooftop, fitness center, spa, and more in this oceanfront hotel; Airfare not included
Nestled right by the paradise sand of Puerto Morelos beaches, near Cancún, The Fives Oceanfront Puerto Morelos aims to be a safe refuge for all those, who want to feel well-rested and rejuvenated. The hotel’s beautiful setting and design as well as comfortable amenities strive to give everybody a boost of positive energy. Guests can enjoy their nearest surroundings or opt for a $50 tour credit per person and travel in style thanks to a whole list of tours and activities.
Located on a barrier island shaped like the number seven, Cancún’s Hotel Zone juts into the Caribbean Sea at the northeast tip of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. With the sea on one side and freshwater lagoons on the other, it’s a popular spot for sailing and snorkeling. Although the beaches and barrier reefs are a major draw, the geography is equally enticing further inland, where you can dive into an underground river or take a speedboat through a mangrove jungle.
The stone columns of El Rey Ruins, an ancient Mayan site dating back to the second and third centuries BCE, lie within the city’s Hotel Zone. Believed to be a royal burial ground, the archaeological site is also home to wild iguanas that lounge in the sun.
1. What is the best way to travel to the hotel from the airport? Cancun International Airport (CUN) is approximately 27 km from the resort. Airport shuttle service can be arranged for an additional fee by contacting the hotel 24 hours prior to arrival. Please contact (800) 592-1246 for pricing and details.
2. Is there an additional occupancy fee, or do I have to purchase another voucher? The deal covers a stay for two guests. Please contact the property at (800) 592-1246 for information regarding additional occupant pricing and details.
3. Will I be approached to attend a timeshare sales presentation? Customers are never obligated to attend a sales presentation. If you are approached and decline a presentation, you will not lose the value of your voucher or have to pay additional fees.
4. Which activities and amenities are included in the resort credits? No resort credits are included in this deal.
5. Are dinner reservations required for restaurants? Is there a dress code? For information regarding your dining options, please click here or call 800-592-1246.
One-Bedroom Ocean-View Residence
Oceanfront Mexico Hotel
Hotel near Universal Orlando and Walt Disney World® Theme Parks offers a free park shuttle, plus an outdoor pool and free hot breakfast
The Comfort Inn International Dr. is a cozy oasis between bustling theme parks. After a day of thrilling rides at nearby Walt Disney World® Theme Parks or Universal Orlando—which you can access via the hotel’s free shuttle—return to your room to watch a movie before falling asleep. In the morning, you can fuel up for another adventure-packed day with a free breakfast that includes eggs, waffles, and fresh fruit.
Located in the center of Florida, Orlando may be forever associated with the Walt Disney World® Theme Parks—the world’s most-visited entertainment resort. Spanning roughly 30,000 acres, it encompasses four theme parks, two water parks, five golf courses, and the Downtown Disney® Marketplace. There’s no shortage of things to do here: begin your day by boarding a rocket-shaped three-seater that climbs to 180 feet before entering a deep black tunnel and racing past stars, satellites, and constellations. Walk across the park to sample Moroccan cuisine for lunch, or ride a dune buggy through a haunted mansion. Before heading back to the hotel, take in the nightly fireworks, laser, and water show. One of the most popular family destinations in the world, sunny Orlando is also home to Universal Orlando—which includes The Wizarding World of Harry Potter—SeaWorld, and Gatorland.
Those hoping to shake up the typical theme-park-dominated itinerary can head into downtown Orlando’s vibrant arts district. The neighborhood boasts venues such as CityArts Factory, a multifaceted patchwork of gallery spaces, and SAK Comedy Lab, which hosts family-friendly improv shows five nights a week.
About a 10-minute drive north, you’ll find eight cultural institutions at Loch Haven Park, including the Orlando Museum of Art, which houses work by Georgia O’Keeffe, Robert Rauschenberg, Ansel Adams, and Andy Warhol. The park is also home to the Orlando Shakespeare Theater, the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Orlando Science Center, where you can a rover across a simulation of Mars or race on a 70-foot pinewood derby track.
Hotel Near Orlando Theme Parks
Family-Friendly Bahamas hotel with restaurants, bars, pools, white-sand beach, and watersports
Lighthouse Pointe is a brand-new tower at Grand Lucayan resort offering family-friendly accommodations on a white-sand beach in the Bahamas. Guest rooms and suites are stylish and spacious, with views of the island, marina, or ocean, depending on which unit you choose.
Located on the southern coast of Grand Bahama island, Freeport is a Caribbean tourism mecca that’s home to three national parks and some of the world’s most gorgeous beaches. Temperatures rarely dip below 65 degrees Fahrenheit, attracting sunbathers as well as snorkelers and deep-sea fishers.
If you can tear yourself away from the sand and surf, consider visiting the Garden of the Groves for a stroll through lush vegetation inhabited by tropical birds, turtles, and fish. Farther east, orchids and ming trees line the trails and boardwalks at Lucayan National Park, a 40-acre property where you can also explore an extensive underwater cave system.
Perched on a peninsula just outside Freeport, the Port Lucaya Marketplace comprises 80 stores selling local sundries and services. At the west end, artisans craft jewelry, furniture, and souvenirs from dried palm fronds and wood.
1. What is the best way to travel to the hotel from the airport? Grand Bahama International Airport (FPO) is about 9 miles from the property.
2. Is there an additional occupancy fee, or do I have to make another reservation? The deal covers a stay for two guests. Up to two kids 12 or younger stay free in rooms with two double beds; guests 13 or older stay for an additional $30 per person per night.
5. Are dinner reservations required for restaurants? Is there a dress code? For information regarding your dining options, please click here.
Traditional Island-View Room, Marina-View Room, and Ocean-View Room
Family-Friendly Bahamas Resort
Times Square hotel with a market and free WiFi, located within walking distance of theaters, Restaurant Row, and Central Park
A stay at this Times Square hotel puts you just a short walk from popular NYC attractions. Take in the scenery at Central Park, just 13 minutes away, then try international cuisines on Restaurant Row, just 4 minutes from the hotel. Nearby, you can shop or catch a Broadway show.
Times Square is at the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. The famous address—affectionately known as "the Crossroads of the World"—is home to hypnotizing billboards, giant wraparound news tickers, and the neon lights of Broadway. Beyond the glitz and gimmicks, there are a number of cultural offerings in the area, ranging from museums to Michelin-rated restaurants. Buildings of historical and architectural interest include the Paramount Building and One Times Square, site of the annual New Year’s Eve ball drop.
Nearby, the Museum of Modern Art houses a trove of masterpieces including Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night, Claude Monet’s Water Lilies paintings, and Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans. Save time for a stroll through the museum’s outdoor sculpture garden, where installations are clustered around sparkling reflecting pools. About a mile north of Times Square, the David H. Koch Theater is home to one of the world’s foremost dance companies—the New York City Ballet, which stages contemporary works as well as classics like Swan Lake and The Nutcracker.
Upscale Hotel in Times Square
Aurora hotel near Denver with a free limited airport shuttle and complimentary grab and go breakfast
Staying at the SYLO Hotel Denver Airport can make your trip to the area both easy and entertaining. No matter what time you arrive, a free airport shuttle can whisk you directly from the terminal to the hotel. You’ll then be less than 5 miles from the Aurora History Museum, where you can see a restored 1913 trolley car and learn about the Wild West. You can also venture into downtown Denver in less than an hour via car or nearby public transportation.
Aurora is a largely suburban stretch dotted with golf courses, wildlife habitats, and Victorian homes. The city’s cultural hub is the Aurora Cultural Arts District, home to artist studios and historical sites. Originally built as a movie theater in 1946, the Aurora Fox Arts Center now stages musicals and cutting-edge plays and provides space for galleries and public art displays.
Those looking to spend time outdoors go fishing for trout and walleye in the Aurora Reservoir. Just south of town, there’s also the 880-acre reservoir that anchors Cherry Creek State Park, a haven for boating. Wintertime activities include cross-country skiing on marked trails. With more than 40 mammal species, such as coyotes and muskrats, the park is also a good destination for wildlife viewing.
Aurora Hotel w/Free Breakfast
Guests may explore the island’s fauna and flora as well the Hawaiian culture of The Big Island
SCP Hilo Hotel puts guests in one of the most enviable locations in Hawaii — with the island’s spectacular views and its natural beauty at one’s fingertips. Thanks to the eastern location on The Big Island, visitors are provided with easy access to Liliʻuokalani Park and Gardens, Rainbow Falls, Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, and Mount Mauna Kea. The island’s fresh air and closeness to fauna and flora allow everyone to truly unwind and restore the balance between the mind, body, and spirit as well as discover the authentic culture and hospitality of Hawaiians.
On the island of Hawaii’s eastern side you’ll find Hilo, a community tucked between beautiful forest reserves and the Pacific Ocean. Day trips to the Upper Waiakea Forest Reserve and others in the area take hikers to trails surrounded by tropical plants. The largest settlement on The Big Island, Hilo also has a developed downtown with shops, restaurants, galleries, and theaters. Make sure to visit the Pacific Tsunami Museum, the state’s only museum dedicated to education about the 1946 tsunami that devastated Hawaii. Another must-see is Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano about 43 miles northwest of Hilo. Considered one of the most sacred peaks in Hawaii, it has hiking trails and important summit observatories.
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Hawaiian Island Hotel
Near old town Scottsdale, resort guests enjoy on-site restaurants, spa, five swimmings pools, championship golf course, and more
A lush estate of 40 acres surrounds The Scottsdale Plaza Resort, which sits in the shadow of the stately Camelback Mountain. Within a 15-minute drive of downtown and its prized shopping districts, the resort is close to Scottsdale’s most popular attractions, including numerous golf courses and local cafes, and has been a mainstay of the Scottsdale community for more than four decades.
Scottsdale once served as ranch land where farmers grew oranges and lemons and cowboys kicked up dust in the fierce, dry heat of the Sonoran Desert. That era earned Scottsdale the nickname of "The West’s Most Western Town." Today, it is an affluent city landscaped with lush green grass and lined with stucco mansions. For a glimpse of the city’s Old West roots, head to Old Town Scottsdale, where wooden boardwalks and hitching posts sit in front of a retro ice-cream parlor and rustic specialty shops.
Upon arriving in Scottsdale, you know you’re in the desert—cacti and tumbleweeds dot the landscape, and dry shrubs and gnarled trees cover the McDowell Mountains in the distance. To get a closer look at Southwestern flora, head to the Desert Botanical Garden. There, themed trails wind past huge cacti and other moisture-hoarding succulents, best seen in the cooler early morning or twilight hours.
Deluxe King Room
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King Suite and King Patio Suite
Superior Double-Queen Room and Double-Queen Villa Suite
4-Star Scottsdale Resort
A family-friendly resort with access to New York’s largest indoor waterpark that functions all year round
Beyond the Catskill Mountains lies a marriage between a stylish hotel and an innovative waterpark: The Kartrite Resort & Indoor Waterpark. The hotel side is comprised of 324 suites that comfortably accommodate adventurous families, while the indoor waterpark is home to 11 different aquatic attractions that hold something for both kids and adults. A transparent, texlon roof encloses this tropical paradise, which is heated to a consistent summer temperature of 84 degrees year-round.
Those who are already fed up with the hustle and bustle of major cities may take a deep breath and truly unwind in Monticello, New York. However, there’s plenty of attractions here, too. One of the most notable landmarks is the village’s Monticello Raceway that attracts visitors from various parts of the country. Now the raceway has turned into a racino which hosts both electronic slot machines and horse racing. What’s more, the neighboring area features Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, the site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival. It’s also fine if guests start missing more noisy places as New York is just about 100 miles away.
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Family King Bunk Suite
Resort & Waterpark in Monticello
Rooms with a full kitchen and an onsite cafe and bar add uniqueness and character to a visit to Chattanooga
Situated in the heart of downtown Chattanooga, this boutique hotel positions guests in the middle of the entertainment, adventure, and culture of this bustling town. Bursting with urban flare and contemporary couture, Bode Chattanooga features a trendy spot where guests can cozy up to the fire while enjoying locally-sourced food and artfully crafted drinks, or make their own meal at the kitchen in their room.
Set along the Tennessee-Georgia border, Chattanooga became a boomtown with the arrival of a major railroad in the late 19th century. The surrounding mountains and ridges made for a scenic backdrop for train passengers coming into the city. Today, the city is known for greener practices than the ones in its railway days: public parks, riverfront walkways, and a downtown electric shuttle are just a few of the improvements. Waterfront Coolidge Park is a popular downtown hangout where kids can hop on a century-old carousel and enjoy acres of open green space. During the summer, you can come here for concerts, festivals, and outdoor movie screenings.
Picked by the New York Times as 1 of 45 Places to Go in 2012, Chattanooga has seen a resurgence of arts and culture in recent years. It now hosts a number of annual art and music festivals and features several up-and-coming art districts filled with independent boutiques and galleries. Head to the Bluff View Art District for some spectacular views—the historic neighborhood is set high atop stone cliffs overlooking the Tennessee River. In addition to galleries filled with works by nationally recognized artists, the district recognizes the culinary arts, with several restaurants and the city’s oldest artisan bakery.
Group-Friendly Chattanooga Hotel
New 4.5-star adults-only hotel in downtown Playa del Carmen with options for all inclusive or breakfast; air not included
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Little ones aren’t allowed in The Reef 28’s rooftop pool—or anywhere else at the luxurious hotel. Only adults get to take in its views of downtown Playa del Carmen and lounge in its shaded cabanas. The rooftop is just one of many posh features grownups enjoy at this new 4.5-star urban chic hotel a block from the beach.
Just across the sea from the island of Cozumel, Playa del Carmen has been called “the hippest city in all of the Yucatán Peninsula” by Lonely Planet. The laid-back beach bars and cafés have a way of converting vacationers into expats, but Playa’s most compelling draw might be its cenotes—cavernous sinkholes filled with turquoise pools. The water in the cenotes is crystal clear, particularly at the lily-pad-dotted Xlacah cenote, where you can snorkel among schools of colorful fish.
To the south, you’ll find preserved ruins of pre-Columbian cities. Tulum’s crumbling temples are situated above a dramatic ocean bluff, and Coba’s enormous pyramid rises between two lagoons. For a fun day trip, hop aboard the ferry to Cozumel, which docks at the pier east of Calle 1. There are about a dozen dive shops on Cozumel, and they offer trips offshore to the reefs that Jacques Cousteau declared some of the world’s most beautiful.
1. What is the best way to travel to the hotel from the airport? The hotel is approximately 34 miles from Cancun International Airport (CUN).
2. Is there an additional occupancy fee, or do I have to make another purchase? The deal covers a stay for two adults. Please contact the property at [email protected] for additional occupancy restrictions and fees.
4. Which activities and amenities are included in the resort credits? Resort credits are not included with the deal.
5. Are dinner reservations required for restaurants? Is there a dress code? For information regarding your dining options, please click here or call 866-680-4558, Monday–Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time.
6. Are there any protocols in place regarding COVID-19? Yes, please click here for detailed information about what steps the property is taking to keep guests safe.
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Adults-Only Mexico Hotel
With the best views of the Kingdom you’ll feel you like you have a slopeside cabin all to yourself.
Burke Mountain Hotel & Conference Center 2016 was a year of firsts—in Vermont, it marked the first ever hotel to open on the slopes of Burke Mountain. From this timber-framed headquarters, you will find endless opportunities for adventure including biking, hiking, fishing, and swimming. The trailside Hotel is conveniently situated mid-mountain offering direct access to nearly 100 miles of cross-country mountain biking trails, in addition to three expert-level mountain bike trails off the summit. Head down mountain via Roly Grail to find fun, flowing single track and machine-excavated flow and jump trails in the Burke Bike Park. Deluxe studio: The room features one king bed and sofa bed, private bath, and kitchenette area complete with cooktops, and mini fridge. One-bedroom suite: The room features a full kitchen, fireplace, sleeper sofa, and private bath. Biking: Home to the infamous Kingdom Trails, riders can literally bike in or out from the hotel patio to discover the over 100 miles of trails suitable for any level of rider. Back at the home base, the View Pub lives up to its name with classic Vermont craft beers and gourmet grill fare served in the shadow of the mountain. Explore the local area attractions, such as Great Vermont Corn Maze, Catamount Arts Music Series, Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, and many more.
Burke Mountain Lodge
This 4-star Niagara Falls high-rise hotel has a steakhouse and rooms overlooking the falls; your stay includes an entertainment package
A never-ending deluge of water barrels over Horseshoe Falls, creating a thunderous roar and a constant spray of mist. As the largest cascade in Niagara Falls, it’s one of the world’s most famous natural phenomena—and it’s just steps from the 42-story Embassy Suites by Hilton Niagara Falls - Fallsview. The 4-star hotel’s falls-view rooms and suites offer stunning views of the site, while other rooms and suites look out over the city.
At Niagara Falls, water thunders downward from a height of nearly 200 feet, crashing onto craggy boulders below. The falls straddle the border between Canada and the United States, but the Canadian side of the Niagara River is universally hailed as the finest vantage point to take in all three of Niagara Falls’ photogenic brinks: American, Bridal Veil, and Horseshoe Falls.
Hornblower cruises ferry raincoat-clad passengers around the base of the falls from April to October, depending on the river’s ice conditions. Year-round, Journey Behind the Falls grants a glimpse behind the curtain of Horseshoe Falls—visitors board an elevator that descends 150 feet into the bedrock, then stand at an observation deck steps from the cascading water. A 10-minute walk from the falls is the neon-lit Clifton Hill neighborhood. Its Fallsview Boulevard has plenty of Vegas-style kitsch, including glitzy casinos and indoor water parks.
City-View Double-Queen Suite and Falls-View Double-Queen Suite
City-View King Suite and Falls-View King Suite
Niagara Falls Hotel with Package