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1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Children in a 1-Bedroom Luxury Suite

1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Children in a 1-Bedroom Luxury Suite
Price
$119
Savings
50%
Retail
$239
Calgary Deals

Luxury Suites Amid Lush Pacific Rim Scenery

The Pacific Rim puts on a show during storm season: 30-foot waves batter the coastline, exploding against craggy bluffs like fireworks. The phenomenon draws an increasing number of spectators every year, who watch from the area’s natural vantage points. Nearby, on the peninsula’s western coast, Water’s Edge Resort at Pacific Rim looks onto the calmer waters of the Ucluelet Inlet. This picturesque cove, surrounded by clusters of dense conifers, appears in the near distance as one sidles up beside a roaring fireplace or sits neck-deep in a jetted soaking tub—standard features in the hotel’s luxury suites.

Furnished in a contemporary West Coast style, the luxury one-bedroom suites boast neutral wooden furniture, golden lamplight, and sparsely decorated white walls, serving to highlight the natural beauty that appears outside the tall windows. Guests can spend evenings spotting seals, sea lions, otters, and herons in the cove while sipping a glass of wine in the jetted tub on the private patio. Fully appointed kitchens enable romantic homemade dinners or apologetic microwaved burritos. To further indulge in the tranquil atmosphere, an onsite Aveda Concept spa administers soothing massages, and the hotel lends out complimentary kayaks, surfboards, and bikes, when weather permits such activity.

The Pacific Rim: Unblemished Natural Bounty

Every spring, like clockwork, upwards of 20,000 gray whales announce their presence on the Pacific coastline with trumpeting breaths and majestic breaches of the surface. These mottled mammals—which weigh up to 40 tons and can measure the length of a school bus—have inspired the Pacific Rim Whale Festival, a celebration of migration that welcomes the whales as they make their way to Alaska’s Bering Strait after wintering in Baja California, Mexico.

Long Beach, the West Coast Trail, and the Broken Group Islands collectively form the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, a temperate rainforest made verdant with old-growth spruce, red cedar, and hemlock. Stretches of deserted coastline become a playground for summer surfers, and miles of elevated hiking trails pass through rainforest and mossy natural bogs. If visitors feel daring, they can reach any of the hundreds of secluded forested isles scattered just offshore, which are accessible by hopping on a kayak or pole vaulting across lily pads with a pool cue.


Nov 29 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Children in a 1-Bedroom Luxury Suite

2-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Younger Kids

2-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Younger Kids
Price
$199
Savings
47%
Retail
$377
Calgary Deals
Invigorating Adventure at Rustic Horse Ranch

More than 100 years after the area's main road carried the last prospectors to British Columbia's gold-rush towns, the land around The Hills Health and Guest Ranch remains dotted with fields of towering evergreens. Come winter, the prairies and hills transform into land ripe for cross-country skiing on the 100 miles (150 km) of trails, as well as snowshoeing, ice skating, and sleigh riding.

The property's 26 hotel-style rooms jut from a hillside where wraparound wooden balconies hug two rustic lodges. In addition to the scenic views, each chamber boasts sturdy cherry-wood furnishings, including a gliding rocking chair. At the onsite spa, experienced massage therapists beautify bodies with more than 30 healing and rejuvenating treatments, from a 50-minute french manicure to a 25-minute mini facial ($49+ CAN).

At The Trails End, chefs whip up gourmet fare such as free-range chicken breast stuffed with crab and smoked salmon ($25.95 CAN). The intimate 1871 Lodge Agnus McVee Dining Room serves sizzling meats atop hot rock slabs, as well as dippables such as the fondue chinoise of beef, veggie, and potato bites ($23–$34 CAN).

Cariboo Region: Wilderness Touched by Gold-Rush History

At the heart of British Columbia, the Cariboo region's lush forests and wind-swept prairies still bear the traces of 1860s-era gold fever. The Cariboo Wagon Road stands studded with old mile-marker roadhouses that grew into thriving communities. The so-named town of 100 Mile House proudly displays a leather-trimmed BC Express stagecoach, a testament to its once-bustling wagon traffic, as well as the reputed world's largest pair of cross-country skis.

In the winter, snowy activities begin around the ranch. A two-horse sleigh ride transports visitors to a bonfire with live music, where adults sip hot wine and kids drink hot chocolate. Although not valid with the recreation credit, tubes fly down six routes in the snow-tube park, and the included day passes grant access to the seemingly endless cross-country ski trails weaving through the hills.


Nov 29 2011 by Groupon
2-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Younger Kids

2-Night Stay For Four in a Carriage House Room Valid Friday-Sunday

2-Night Stay For Four in a Carriage House Room Valid Friday-Sunday
Price
$346
Savings
42%
Retail
$598
Calgary Deals
Romantic Hotel Perched on Bluff Above Columbia River Gorge

The 90-mile Columbia Gorge has a hypnotic beauty, its landscape speckled with crashing waterfalls and towering bluffs. A romantic boutique hotel residing 200 feet above this river, the Columbia Cliff Villas present a prime view of this scenery. The Carriage House villas outfit 600 square feet of handsome living space with colonial and contemporary furnishings. A gray stone backsplash colors the space in between stainless-steel appliances and the cedar-wood cabinets in the corner kitchen. Stationed on the second floor, the villa's private balcony frames partial views of the frothy Columbia River. Just past swinging glass doors, there's a flickering gas fireplace in the living room.

Hood River: Riverside Town with Majestic Mountain Views

Sitting at the crossroads of the Columbia River Gorge and the Cascade Mountain range, Hood River's unique geological makeup and diversity of microclimates have made it hospitable to vineyard grapes. The town rests at the heart of the Columbia Gorge Wine Valley, a 40-mile stretch that shares its longitudes with some of the most prolific wine regions in Europe. Downtown boasts a number of restored Victorian and craftsman homes, and features more than 40 buildings that date back to 1893. The 2,150-acre Mount Hood Meadows Ski Resort offers elevations as high as 7,300 feet and slopes for beginners and experienced skiers alike. Hotel guests receive discounted open-to-close lift tickets to the resort.

During a tour of the interstate valley, guests will sample award-winning wines from vineyards such as Cathedral Ridge, a charming estate that produces velvety red blends, and Maryhill Winery whose cabernets and sauvignon blancs earned it the title of Washington Winery of the Year in 2009.


Nov 29 2011 by Groupon
2-Night Stay For Four in a Carriage House Room Valid Friday-Sunday

The Crux Climbing & Bouldering

The Crux Climbing & Bouldering
Price
$40
Savings
63%
Retail
$107
Calgary Deals

Mankind's feeble climbing skills and inability to digest delicious tin cans are two ways in which evolution left humans inferior to goats. Channel an inner mountain goat with today's Groupon: for $40, you get a climbing package at The Crux Climbing & Bouldering (a $107.50 value). The package includes:

  • Introductory lesson
  • One-month pass with rentals for all lessons included

  • At The Crux climbing enthusiasts scurry up 12,000 square feet of scaling walls and over 3,000 square feet of bouldering on a quest for improved fitness and rock-walking mastery. During the introductory course, unseasoned climbers learn fundamental belay techniques while downloading knot know-how and indoor communication methods into their head computers. With a one-month pass, visitors can gracefully clamber up walls dotted with technicolor hand and foot holds, reaching heights up to 72 feet and yodelling the Rocky theme from the top. Each wall boasts routes to challenge both beginner and expert climbers, as well as ample belay space to stay safely strapped in. An 80-foot rappelling station allows for methodical descents, and multipitch routes ensure practice for standing, hanging, and handstanding belay stances. Climbers elevate and cascade safely at The Crux under the watchful eyes of nationally and internationally certified staff members.


    Dec 01 2011 by Groupon
    The Crux Climbing & Bouldering

    1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Kids in an Ocean-View Room Valid Sunday–Thursday

    1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Kids in an Ocean-View Room Valid Sunday–Thursday
    Price
    $195
    Savings
    51%
    Retail
    $400
    Calgary Deals
    Opulent, Eco-Conscious Coastal Resort with Old World Charm

    When night falls, a constellation of twinkling outdoor fireplaces lights up a darkened, 100-acre expanse of Pacific Ocean coastline. Vacationers huddle near the warmth of their fires—a modern-day analog to the encampments of early Spanish explorers who discovered the Palos Verdes Peninsula several hundred years ago. Terranea Resort pays tribute to its first European settlers with a Mediterranean design incorporating red adobe roofs, large palms, and archways inlaid with colorful mosaic tiles.

    The resort also maintains an eco-friendly focus; its grounds are comprised of roughly 75% green space, including a 2-mile Discovery Trail affording occasional views of gray whales performing graceful offshore line dances from December to April. The resort's emphasis on nature extends to lushly appointed ocean-view rooms and casita suites, which are accented with golden-hued woods and seashells of all sizes. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto private balconies overlooking the water.

    The resort's 50,000-square-foot glass-walled fitness center and spa offers state-of-the-art cardio equipment as well as daily classes, including yoga and seaside spin sessions, during which participants pedal stationary bikes on an outdoor terrace facing Catalina Island. Golfers tee off on The Links at Terranea, a nine-hole, par 3 course dotted with indigenous Californian plants, and water lovers loll by one of three ocean-view pools or shoot down the 140-foot water slide.

    Among the resort's many dining options, mar'sel—an upscale, oceanfront eatery—serves flavorful dishes crafted by chef Michael Fiorelli using sustainable methods and local ingredients, including fresh herbs plucked from a garden guests pass on their way in.

    Rancho Palos Verdes, California: Secluded Town Abounding with Outdoor Activities

    Nestled in the hills of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, secluded Rancho Palos Verdes is home to expansive estates set on jagged bluffs looming over the coastline. Terranea's Pointe Discovery adventure shop equips visitors for exploring all the peninsula has to offer, including standup paddleboarding, kayaking, snorkeling, and mermaid speed dating. Fewer than 2 miles from the resort, the Abalone Cove Shoreline Park, a state ecological preserve, encompasses pristine tide pools home to sea stars, pointy urchins, and brightly colored anemones.

    Within walking distance of the cove lies Wayfarers Chapel, a structure built from glass and redwoods by Lloyd Wright, son of pioneering architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The Point Vicente Lighthouse also stands nearby. First lit in 1926 as a beacon to mariners aiming to steer clear of rocky shoals, the lighthouse now makes an ideal spot for whale-watching.


    Nov 22 2011 by Groupon
    1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Kids in an Ocean-View Room Valid Sunday–Thursday

    1-Night Stay for Six in a Grand Bear, Grizzly Bear, or Majestic Bear Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

    1-Night Stay for Six in a Grand Bear, Grizzly Bear, or Majestic Bear Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday
    Price
    $219
    Savings
    51%
    Retail
    $448
    Calgary Deals
    Cabin-Style Suites Above Massive Indoor Water Park

    High above Fort Mackenzie—the four-story waterlogged treehouse that feels like a mixture of Swiss Family Robinson and Pirates of the Caribbean—a 1,000-gallon bucket slowly fills with water. Suddenly, the big bucket topples, drenching those gathered below in a torrent of water. Heated to a balmy 84 degrees, Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound’s indoor water park sports nearly a dozen splash-filled attractions, including a wave pool, a six-story funnel slide, and a Hot Springs warming pool.

    The 56,000-square-foot aquatic arena is merely one of the many activities at the hotel's multi-entertainment campus. At the MagiQuest live-action adventure, kids wield magic wands and journey through a kingdom to meet mythical creatures, including a pixie, a dragon, and a Bob Dylan. Teens will gravitate toward gr8_space, a trendy hangout lit with midnight-blue and green lights where they can play video games or dance to the music of a live DJ. Scooops Kid Spa gives manicures and pedicures to pint-size patrons sitting atop ice-cream-cone stools and banana-split thrones—free ice cream predictably and happily completes each visit.

    Up to six bear cubs and adults can comfortably slumber in the rustic Grizzly Bear or Majestic Bear suites. Daily itineraries can be planned atop tall chairs surrounding a hexagonal breakfast table. Each of Great Wolf Lodge’s three spacious premium suites accommodates up to eight guests.

    Thurston County, Washington: Nature and History Near Olympia's Hub

    Near the southernmost tip of Puget Sound lies Thurston County, a diverse terrain anchored by the state capital in Olympia. The Chehalis Centralia Railroad & Museum pays tribute to its railroad-heavy history with steam-powered-locomotive tours that chug along the Chehalis River and past Mount Rainier. Nature preserves such as the Mima Mounds Natural Area Preserve sprawl over the South Sound's hills, providing a habitat for endangered wildlife, indigenous plants, and nature's vicious teddy-bear population. In downtown Centralia, old-fashioned streetlights glow as shoppers stroll to outlet stores and antiques shops in search of vintage knickknacks.


    Nov 22 2011 by Groupon
    1-Night Stay for Six in a Grand Bear, Grizzly Bear, or Majestic Bear Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

    $40 Groupon to Care Cleaners

    $40 Groupon to Care Cleaners
    Price
    $20
    Savings
    50%
    Retail
    $40
    Calgary Deals

    Clothes make the man, just as monocles make the millionaire and swimming pools full of monocles make the billionaire. Be sure your clothes make you up nicely with today's Groupon to Care Cleaners. Choose between the following options:

  • For $20, you get $40 worth of dry-cleaning services.
  • For $75, you get $150 worth of dry-cleaning services.

  • Today’s Groupon also includes $100 off wedding-gown cleaning and preservation services for customers that spend $300 or more.

    Care Cleaners' staff deftly cleans, freshens, and mends a variety of clothing and fabrics. Drop off a pair of pants for cleaning ($9.25–$9.75), or let the cleaners expunge a uniform dress's cake stains ($18–$19.50). Smooth out wrinkles from suit jackets ($11), or wash away the remnants of spaghetti night from tablecloths ($18). Each item undergoes a six-step process in which garment gurus thoroughly inspect for soil, stains, and damage before pretreating fabrics and sorting clothing based on texture, fabric type, and eye colour. A specially designed Union dry-cleaning machine alters its temperature, spin speed, and use of cleaning agents based on each fabric's delicacy and cleaning requirements before a team of environmentally friendly detergents obliterates dirt and stains. After a drying cycle, steam restores garments to their original factory form, brushes clear away lingering lint, and a large flat board with vacuum and blowing capabilities banishes nefarious wrinkles and inflates limitless pairs of parachute pants. Clothes are generally sparkling clean and ready for pick-up within two to three days.


    Nov 28 2011 by Groupon
    $40 Groupon to Care Cleaners

    Prim & Propr : 90-Minute Fabulous Feet Pedicure ($35) or 60-Minute Brilliant Body Scrub & Wrap ($30)

    Prim & Propr : 90-Minute Fabulous Feet Pedicure ($35) or 60-Minute Brilliant Body Scrub & Wrap ($30)
    Price
    $35
    Savings
    50%
    Retail
    $70
    Calgary Deals
    Between the flimsy satin shoes and courtship dances at the debutante balls, it's no wonder Jane Austen's characters were plagued with pride, prejudice, and (we can imagine) their fair share of plantar fasciitis. Maintain your own estate with today's deal from Prim & Propr: pay $35 (regularly $70) for... (show more)Between the flimsy satin shoes and courtship dances at the debutante balls, it's no wonder Jane Austen's characters were plagued with pride, prejudice, and (we can imagine) their fair share of plantar fasciitis. Maintain your own estate with today's deal from Prim & Propr: pay $35 (regularly $70) for a 90-minute Fabulous Feet pedicure. This spa treatment includes an herbal soak; relaxing leg massage; your pick of polish, which you get to take home; a sanitized, just-for-you client kit for future visits; and more. Or, spend $30 (regularly $60) and get a 60-minute Brilliant Body Scrub & Wrap, which includes an algae exfoliating scrub, vitamin A-C-E cream, and an herbal wrap. Whether your feet are aching from a night on the town or your skin is weather-worn from an afternoon hiking from Sunshine Meadows to Citadel Pass, you'll enjoy pampering worthy of the landed gentry at a price that's makes sense (and cents-ibility). What a novel idea. (show less)
    Nov 30 2011 by Living Social
    Prim & Propr : 90-Minute Fabulous Feet Pedicure ($35) or 60-Minute Brilliant Body Scrub & Wrap ($30)

    1-Night Stay for Up to Six in a Royal Bear, Majestic Bear Suite and Loft Fireplace Suite, Valid Sunday-Thursday

    1-Night Stay for Up to Six in a Royal Bear, Majestic Bear Suite and Loft Fireplace Suite, Valid Sunday-Thursday
    Price
    $149
    Savings
    50%
    Retail
    $298
    Calgary Deals
    Cabin-Style Suites Above Massive Indoor Water Park

    High above Fort Mackenzie—the four-story waterlogged treehouse that feels like a mixture of Swiss Family Robinson and Pirates of the Caribbean —a 1,000-gallon bucket slowly fills with water. Suddenly, the big bucket topples, drenching those gathered below in a torrent of water. Heated to a balmy 84 degrees, Great Wolf Lodge Wisconsin Dells’ indoor water park sports 17 splash-filled attractions, including a wave pool, a six-story funnel slide, a Crooked Creek lazy river, and two Hot Springs warming pools.

    The 80,000-square-foot aquatic arena is merely one of the many activities at the hotel's multi-entertainment campus. At the MagiQuest live-action adventure, kids wield magic wands and journey through a kingdom to meet mythical creatures, including a pixie, a dragon, and a Bob Dylan. Scooops Kid Spa gives manicures and pedicures to pint-size patrons sitting atop ice-cream-cone stools and banana-split thrones—free ice cream predictably and happily completes each visit.

    Up to four bear cubs and adults can comfortably slumber in the rustic Royal Bear suite. Daily itineraries can be planned atop tall chairs surrounding a hexagonal breakfast table. Each of Great Wolf Lodge’s spacious premium suites accommodates up to six guests.

    Wisconsin Dells: Picturesque Dells Flush with Family Entertainment

    Before the Dells became synonymous with water parks and amusement rides, the midwestern destination's claim to fame was its scenery. Visitors in the mid 1940s trickled in to see the craggy rock formations that frame both sides of the Wisconsin River. Today, the bluffs, or dells, are still visible from the downtown area, where souvenir shops and kitschy attractions abound. Mini-golf courses, go-kart tracks, bizarre museums, and other family-friendly attractions dominate the town's center. For a cultural trip, the H.H. Bennett Studio museum recounts the Dells' history through the life of the 19th-century landscape photographer, whose work originally attracted tourists to the area. Less than 20 miles away, 36 skiing and snowboarding trails snake through 160 skiable acres at Cascade Mountain, which rises up to 1,280 feet in elevation.


    Nov 22 2011 by Groupon
    1-Night Stay for Up to Six in a Royal Bear, Majestic Bear Suite and Loft Fireplace Suite, Valid Sunday-Thursday

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