Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Red Hot Rates ~ Florida Vacation Rentals + More


Delray Beach, the Village by the Sea. SAVE $460 Jan 3-10, 2009. One bedroom unit with kitchen for less than a hotel. Delray is rated a highly walkable town. Weekly resort rate is $1,400 plus tax, but you can take ours for just $990. Contact Dana for reservations/details.

St. Augustine, FL. Save $180 in November 2008. Stay one week for just $799. Smoke, fragrance free and check out the sunrise view from the balcony! REMINDER: Book early for March when the right whales swim through with their calves.

$100 AMEX gift card when you book with Wyndham Vacation Rentals. Not a green destination, but it is a good deal.

2-Nights Yellowstone from $125. Experience winter in the Rocky Mountains of Yellowstone National Park with a special deal from Xanterra Parks and Resorts. Enjoy discounted rates -- starting at $125 per person -- on a minimum two-night stay at the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel in Wyoming, and receive a welcome gift, unlimited ice skating and skate rental, free breakfast, free hot tub rentals, and a Snow Card for 10 percent off selected gift shop items, meals, tours and rentals. Details at the Yellowstone National Park Web site.


Hydrogen Research said...

Ah, Yellowstone. Truly wondrous, and beautiful. But $125 sounds kinda cheap. Are you sure about that? I mean, not that I question your sources but, ...Wow!

Dana said...

It's for real! Click on the link to the website for details.

MegaLead11 said...

Thank you very much for this information, this is my first year to visit USA. i have been planning to visit Florida for this year's new year festival. So your post is pretty helpful to me. Can you also please post some typical resorts of Florida, specially from coastal area? Thanks again.

Dana said...

You'll find Insider Info about the "Real Florida" on my vacation rental site at this page http://www.ecoluxurylodging.com/stAug-trip-resources-links.html

Which coast do you want to visit? East or West Florida? Caveat--
I generally don't post about mainstream, big box resorts and tourism, there's enough info out there about it already and I'm also more about off-the beaten track travel.