DALLAS, July 15 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — This summer is a season of comebacks and the Hotels.com(R) $99 or Less Sale (http://www.hotels.com/deals/99-or-less) is back this summer with even more hotel selections featuring over 1,000 three and four star properties all around the world. Travelers need to book by August 2 for travel between now and August 23. Those who book by July 25 will earn free nights faster with an extra welcomerewards(TM) (http://www.hotels.com/customer_care/pillar/welcomerewards.html) credit for every booking by entering coupon code WREXTRA.
Save and Scout Collegiate Towns
Families with a college-bound child can find great deals in collegiate towns while scouting campuses. Families can stay at the Club Quarters (http://www.hotels.com/ho163970/club-quarters-in-philadelphia-philadelphia-united-states) in Philadelphia, home to Temple University, for $99 a night and enjoy the “City of Brotherly Love.” While those who are eyeing an Ivy League education at Princeton University can find a night at the Hyatt Place Princeton (http://www.hotels.com/ho136275/hyatt-place-princeton-princeton-united-states) for only $94.
Enjoy the rich culture of New Orleans and decide whether Louisiana State University or Tulane is better suited for your child while staying at the four star Royal Sonesta Hotel (http://www.hotels.com/ho115078/royal-sonesta-hotel-new-orleans-united-states) for only $97. Take a trip out to Durham, North Carolina if your child is deciding to become a Blue Devil at Duke University for the next four years. Recommended by 100% of past Hotels.com guests, the Hilton Durham (http://www.hotels.com/ho117134/hilton-durham-near-duke-university-durham-united-states) is right by the campus and has rooms starting at $82.
While some families prefer to vacation in faraway locales, there are plenty of exciting attractions state side for children, and savings to be had at hotels for parents looking to make every penny count. Bring the whole family down to Orlando to enjoy The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and spend only $67 a night while staying at Westgate Lakes Resort & Spa Universal Studio (http://www.hotels.com/ho199060/westgate-lakes-resort-spa-universal-studios-area-orlando-united-states). For families who are closer to California, Disneyland in Anaheim may be the next vacation spot to take the little ones. The four star Hotel Menage Anaheim Boutique Hotel (http://www.hotels.com/ho130178/hotel-menage-anaheim-boutique-hotel-anaheim-united-states) is located in the entertainment district and is close to Disneyland(R), Disneys California Adventure(R), and Downtown Disney(R). Rates start at $75 a night.
Parents looking to escape the big city and enjoy the great outdoors without sacrificing creature comforts can head to Sleepy Forest Cottages Hotel (http://www.hotels.com/ho221248/sleepy-forest-cottages-big-bear-lake-united-states) in Big Bear Lake, California. Stay in a country cottage with mountain or lake views starting at $56 a night and enjoy hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, waterskiing, kayaking, and more.
With the Euro at an all time low, Americans can visit Europe and stay at a four star hotel for $99 or less – which is less than the average one star hotel in New York City in 2009. Barcelonas four star Hesperia Del Mar is a seven-story modern hotel set on the seafront in Diaganal Mar and is recommended by 100% of past Hotels.com guests. In Cannes, room prices start at $89 per room, per night at the four-star Avangani Resort. Situated in a park-like setting overlooking the sea, the hotels outdoor pool is flanked by palm trees and pines. Hotels.com guests paid an average of $235 per room, per night last year when staying in Cannes.
“We had such great feedback from our customers in the past on this sale and decided to bring it back this year and offer an extra welcomereward credit for every booking for travelers looking to earn that free night faster,” says Taylor L. Cole, APR, director of public relations for Hotels.com. “The $99 or Less Sale also offers travelers in this economy a great way to grab deals on three and four star properties.”
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