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1-or 2-Night Stay for Two at Olympia Lodge in Pacific Grove, CA. Combine Up to 14 Nights.

1-or 2-Night Stay for Two at Olympia Lodge in Pacific Grove, CA. Combine Up to 14 Nights.
Price
$99
Savings
26%
Retail
$134
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Hotel at a Glance: Olympia Lodge

This old-fashioned lodge on California’s Monterey Peninsula feels secluded, yet it’s within walking distance of almost everything that draws vacationers to the area. It’s adjacent to the West Coast’s oldest continuously operating lighthouse and a 5-minute walk from the beach and coastal walking trails. A half mile to the north is an 18-hole golf course, while a half mile to the southeast are the galleries, shops, and restaurants of downtown Pacific Grove.

  • Where you’ll stay: a standard guest room with a down comforter; optional upgrades to a room with a private balcony or partial ocean view are available
  • Handmade wooden furniture and exposed wood beams lend old-fashioned charm.
  • Mornings at the lodge begin with coffee and pastries on the house.
  • Evening perk: The lodge offers complimentary coffee and tea service.
  • See otters and jellyfish can be seen at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, just 2 miles away.
  • Pacific Grove, California: Sleepy Coastal Town Close to Lively Cannery Row

    The oceanfront town of Pacific Grove shares its central California peninsula with the city of Monterey, but is far more serene than its cosmopolitan neighbor. Rows of Victorian houses line the streets, deer wander through residential areas, and thousands of butterflies congregate here during their southerly migration. Travel + Leisure named Pacific Grove one of America’s Best Little Beach Towns, noting that the beach is better suited for surfing and kayaking than swimming. Stroll the pathway that winds along the rocky shore, taking in the many native plants and bird colonies that make their homes on the 3-mile stretch.

    The town’s interior is fairly small and easily walkable. Mom-and-pop-style shops and art galleries line the streets of downtown Pacific Grove. The area’s also home to the Museum of Natural History, where you can learn more about the monarch butterflies found throughout the town.

    Head to nearby Monterey if you want to pick up the pace. The city’s Cannery Row, once the laid-back dock famously portrayed by John Steinbeck, has since been enlivened by themed restaurants, souvenir stalls, and a wax museum. The popular Monterey Bay Aquarium is located on one end of the strip, and has been featured by Fodor’s, Frommer’s, and the Discovery Channel for its immersive displays of local sea life. Here, you can watch sardines swim around you in a circular tank and see an open-ocean tank filled with sharks and sea turtles. Kids will love the interactive exhibits at the Splash Zone, which has a living, breathing kelp forest, as well as pools filled with starfish and sea urchins.

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    Jan 26 2016 by Groupon
    1-or 2-Night Stay for Two at Olympia Lodge in Pacific Grove, CA. Combine Up to 14 Nights.

    Stay at The Villages at Ocean Edge Resort on Cape Cod, MA. Dates into June.

    Stay at The Villages at Ocean Edge Resort on Cape Cod, MA. Dates into June.
    Price
    $105
    Savings
    28%
    Retail
    $145
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    Hotel at a Glance: The Villages at Ocean Edge Resort

    Located in the picture-perfect Cape Cod town of Brewster, The Villages at Ocean Edge Resort spans 380 acres, including a Nicklaus Design golf course. It’s a great spot for playing tennis, taking a dip in one of the two indoor pools, or biking the 26-mile Cape Cod Bike and Rail Trail, which runs along the property (bike rentals are available through the resort).

  • One-bedroom villas: Each unit features a kitchenette and a patio or balcony.
  • When hunger strikes: The resort has several restaurants and bars to choose from, including Bayzo’s Pub, an English-style tavern.
  • Take a dip: The resort has two indoor pools.
  • Nearby museums: Cape Cod Museum of Natural History and Cape Cod Museum of Art
  • Exclusive access: Mansion private beach is exclusive to Mansion guests only.
  • Cape Cod, Massachusetts: Historic Towns and Miles of Protected Beaches

    In the late 19th century, Cape Cod blossomed into a summer vacation destination as visitors swapped crowded coastal cities for the sandy shores of eastern Massachusetts. Today, the arm-shaped peninsula, located 60 miles south of Boston, encompasses 15 idyllic towns, rolling dunes, and 300 miles of sandy shoreline—and it’s still the place where many East Coasters choose to spend their leisurely summer days. Popular attractions include fresh-seafood restaurants, quaint stores, and bicycle trails, such as the 11-mile Shining Sea Bikeway that wends from North Falmouth to Woods Hole.

    But there’s also plenty to do in winter, when the crowds are a lot smaller. On the uppermost tip of the Cape, the free-spirited art colony of Provincetown attracts visitors year-round. This is one of the best places to head for a vibrant nightlife scene—there are cabarets, bars, and lounges aplenty. Pop into the Provincetown Art Association and Museum to check out local artwork, both historical and contemporary. Farther south, the Woods Hole Science Aquarium houses 140 marine animals native to the Northeast and mid-Atlantic region. You might even see marine biologists feeding the seals in the aquarium’s outdoor enclosure.

    Along the Lower, or Outer, Cape, the 44,000-acre Cape Cod National Seashore stretches from Orleans to Provincetown and features six swimming beaches, wild cranberry bogs, and miles of walking and biking trails. In Eastham, be sure to check out the Nauset Lighthouse, which has overlooked the Atlantic and helped guide vacationing British fish to shore since 1838. This coastal region is also known for whale watching; between April and November, tour boats take passengers out to sea to catch glimpses of humpback and minke whales.

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    Jan 26 2016 by Groupon
    Stay at The Villages at Ocean Edge Resort on Cape Cod, MA. Dates into June.

    Stay at Baltimore Harbor Hotel in Baltimore, with Dates into April

    Stay at Baltimore Harbor Hotel in Baltimore, with Dates into April
    Price
    $97
    Savings
    30%
    Retail
    $139
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    Hotel at a Glance: Baltimore Harbor Hotel

    The Baltimore Harbor Hotel is located downtown, just a half-mile walk from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. See the city’s skyscrapers from your spacious room, where you can browse the Internet on the free WiFi or take a nap on your plush bed.

  • Fuel up in the morning with a complimentary breakfast.
  • Get a workout using the fitness center’s free weights and cardio equipment.
  • Weekly entertainment: Enjoy jazz or karaoke on select nights at the onsite Balto’s Tavern & Tap.
  • What to do: Most of downtown’s most popular attractions are within walking distance, including Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the National Aquarium, and M&T Stadium. Discounted National Aquarium tickets are available at the front desk.
  • Baltimore, Maryland: World-Class Museums and Historic Waterfront Neighborhoods

    Baltimore’s Inner Harbor—a busy port that was redeveloped as a tourism district in the mid-20th century—has become one of the city’s best-known and most beloved landmarks. Water taxis ferry visitors from one historic, cultural, or family-friendly attraction to another. Sites along the routes include the star-shaped Fort McHenry (where US forces repelled the British during the War of 1812, inspiring Francis Scott Key to write “The Star-Spangled Banner”) and restaurants where you can sample the city’s famous crab cakes.

    You’ll find several unique museums here, too, from the National Aquarium—which houses more than 16,000 sea creatures in realistic habitats—to the wonderfully oddball American Visionary Art Museum, one of the country’s leading institutions for outsider art. For a stunning view of the skyline, the Inner Harbor, and Chesapeake Bay, head up to the 27th floor of the Baltimore World Trade Center, where you can see the city from 360 degrees at the observation deck.

    Baltimore is made up of many little neighborhoods, each with its own personality. Mount Vernon, one of the oldest, has been a fashionable part of town since one of the country’s first monuments to George Washington was built here in 1829. Today, the neighborhood’s elegant 19th-century townhouses share space with The Walters Art Museum and the Lyric Opera House. In Fell’s Point, lively taverns and restaurants line the cobblestone streets of this waterfront district that was a pit stop for sailors in the 1700s.

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    Jan 21 2016 by Groupon
    Stay at Baltimore Harbor Hotel in Baltimore, with Dates into April

    Stay with Spa Access for Two and Nightly Dining Credit at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ. Dates into April.

    Stay with Spa Access for Two and Nightly Dining Credit at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ. Dates into April.
    Price
    $59
    Savings
    50%
    Retail
    $119
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    Hotel at a Glance: Resorts Casino Hotel

    Atlantic City is brimming with casinos and hotels, but Resorts Casino Hotel is one for the history books: it was Atlantic City’s first casino hotel and the country’s first legal casino outside of Las Vegas. Towering above the Atlantic Ocean and Atlantic City’s famed boardwalk, the hotel dazzles visitors looking to enjoy fine dining and world-class entertainment. Its 100,000-square-foot-casino is open around the clock, with thousands of slots and more than 10 styles of table games where you can try your luck.

  • So much space: The hotel’s stylish guest rooms are among the largest in Atlantic City.
  • Dining options galore: There are several onsite restaurants, including an award-winning Italian spot where you can eat amid romantic lanterns and white columns. This deal includes a $20 dining credit for each night booked.
  • Grab a beachside cocktail at the resort’s Landshark Bar & Grill, the only restaurant on the sand side of the Atlantic City boardwalk that’s open all year.
  • Relax and renew: This deal includes access to the spa for two.
  • Go swimming in the indoor-outdoor pool, open year-round.
  • Find your shaker of salt at Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, which comprises several restaurants, themed gaming areas, bars, and retail shops.
  • Atlantic City, New Jersey: Casinos and Carnival Rides Lining Historical Beachside Boardwalk

    No trip to Atlantic City is complete without a stroll along its signature boardwalk, which stretches for 6 miles along New Jersey’s eastern coast. Originally built in 1870 to keep sand out of hotel lobbies, the boardwalk grew in popularity as a place where you could drink and gamble during Prohibition without much trouble from the police, as depicted in HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. The boardwalk is still popular for its casinos, but it’s family-friendly, too; visitors are just as inclined to sit at the beach or stop at one of the many carnival rides.

    On the boardwalk, it’s worth it to check out the Absecon Lighthouse, which is more than 150 years old. It’s possible to climb its 228 steps to the top, which features sweeping views of the city skyline and the sea. Down at the base, you’ll find a replica of the original light keeper’s lonely cloister and the collection of sock puppets he created to keep him company.

    Proving further that Atlantic City isn’t all nightclubs, boardwalk, and casinos is Gardner’s Basin, a maritime village along the bay. Here, a community of artisans uses seashells and driftwood to hand-make items such as wind chimes and picture frames. However, the Basin’s biggest claim to fame is the 25,000-gallon Atlantic City Aquarium swimming with turtles and rays.

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    Jan 21 2016 by Groupon
    Stay with Spa Access for Two and Nightly Dining Credit at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ. Dates into April.

    Stay at Coast River Inn in Seaside, OR, with Dates into April

    Stay at Coast River Inn in Seaside, OR, with Dates into April
    Price
    $45
    Savings
    35%
    Retail
    $69
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    Hotel at a Glance: Coast River Inn

    Coast River Inn is located within walking distance of Seaside’s best attractions—its quaint downtown, sandy coastline, and family-friendly oceanfront activities. Rooms are spacious and contemporary; some even have views of the Necanicum River.

  • In-room amenities: fridges, microwaves, and coffeemakers; some units have kitchenettes
  • Room with a view: You can see the water from river-view units.
  • Free WiFi throughout the inn
  • Go outside: The property is close to the Necanicum River and Tillamook Mountain, making it a convenient home base for hiking, biking, kayaking, and crabbing excursions.
  • Seaside, Oregon: Coastal Beauty Surrounding a Family-Friendly Town

    Located along Oregon’s Pacific coast, about 80 miles northwest of Portland, the resort town of Seaside has attracted beachcombers since the late 19th century. More recently, the coastal village has become a family destination marked by historical buildings, tree-lined boulevards, and plenty of kid-friendly activities, including mini golf, bumper cars, and arcades.

    A 1.5-mile oceanfront promenade—known locally as the Prom—stretches along the beach, its boardwalk speckled with shops and restaurants near grass-covered dunes. Along the Prom, you’ll find a bronze statue of Lewis and Clark that faces the ocean at the historic Seaside Turnaround—the spot where the explorers are thought to have ended their epic westward trek. The Seaside Aquarium is also located along the promenade. Pop in to visit its aquatic residents, including a giant Pacific octopus, tropical fish, and several crowd-pleasing harbor seals.

    For spectacular ocean views, journey a few miles south of town to the rainforest-covered Tillamook Head, a promontory point that towers 1,000 feet above the craggy coastline. Open year-round, a moderate, 3.6-mile roundtrip hike leads to the summit.

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    Jan 14 2016 by Groupon
    Stay at Coast River Inn in Seaside, OR, with Dates into April

    Stay at Seascape Resort Condos in Galveston, TX. Dates into May.

    Stay at Seascape Resort Condos in Galveston, TX. Dates into May.
    Price
    $79
    Savings
    31%
    Retail
    $115
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    Hotel at a Glance: Seascape Resort Condos

    Seascape Resort Condos occupy a quiet stretch of Galveston Island’s western shores. They’re surrounded by palm trees, rolling sand dunes, and the Gulf of Mexico. Popular pursuits here include kayaking, golfing, parasailing, shopping, and taking wildlife-viewing tours.

  • Moody Gardens theme park features an aquarium and a rainforest habitat with scarlet ibises, monkeys, and amazon river otters. The park is less than 4 miles from the resort.
  • Condo amenities include full kitchens, private balconies, and TVs with DVD players.
  • Take a dip: heated outdoor pool and two hot tubs overlooking the beach
  • Best seat in the house: Beach chairs and umbrellas are available for rent.
  • Galveston, Texas: Exotic Animals, Water Parks, and Victorian Mansions on the Gulf of Mexico

    Galveston occupies a barrier island roughly a half-hour drive from Houston. Its gulf beaches are bathed in sunlight more than 200 days of the year. Though Galveston’s climate is almost tropical, penguins waddle into chilly waters at the city’s most famous attraction, Moody Gardens. Nearby, saki monkeys roam a rainforest habitat, stingrays glide through a 1.5-million-gallon aquarium, and snow falls on moviegoers’ noses in a 4D theater. Another popular attraction is Schlitterbahn Galveston Water Park, where you can zoom down water slides and sidle up to a swim-up bar all year round.

    Step back in time with a visit to downtown Galveston’s Strand District. Here, classic cars and horse-drawn carriages roll down streets lined with old-fashioned street lamps and elaborate Victorian mansions. These brick behemoths now house art galleries, antique stores, and shops selling homemade ice cream and handcrafted jewelry.

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    Jan 21 2016 by Groupon
    Stay at Seascape Resort Condos in Galveston, TX. Dates into May.

    Stay at Wyndham Philadelphia-Mount Laurel in Mount Laurel, NJ, with Dates into April

    Stay at Wyndham Philadelphia-Mount Laurel in Mount Laurel, NJ, with Dates into April
    Price
    $63
    Savings
    47%
    Retail
    $119
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    Hotel at a Glance: Wyndham Philadelphia-Mount Laurel

    Just 10 minutes from the Philadelphia City Center, the Wyndham Philadelphia-Mount Laurel is conveniently located off the New Jersey Turnpike and I-295. Nearby attractions include Coco Key Water Resort, Sahara Sam’s Oasis Water Park and Diggerland USA, and the Adventure Aquarium.

  • In-room entertainment: Guest rooms feature flat-screen HDTVs and complimentary WiFi.
  • Eco-friendly accommodations: The hotel has a 3 Green Key rating and is a silver-level TripAdvisor GreenLeader.
  • All-American entrees are served up at the onsite TerraNova restaurant for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The eatery offers room service, too.
  • Hand-crafted cocktails are poured in the Blue Room lounge. On Fridays and Saturdays, you can now enjoy beverages until 2 a.m. and food until 1 a.m.
  • Take a dip in the indoor heated pool.
  • Mount Laurel, New Jersey: Easygoing Suburb near Philadelphia’s Center City

    A suburb on the outskirts of Philadelphia, Mount Laurel is a relaxed New Jersey town with historical landmarks and plenty of green spaces. The town’s Laurel Acres Park offers playgrounds, a fishing lake, and a scenic nature trail. There’s also the Garden State Discovery Museum in nearby Cherry Hill, a children’s museum featuring a rock-climbing wall and a pretend TV news studio.

    Over in Philadelphia, the historic Center City neighborhood dates back to the city’s founding in 1682. Today, it’s the central business district, with several skyscrapers and high-profile museums. This is also where you’ll find Independence National Historical Park, whose high concentration of notable landmarks makes it America’s most historic square mile. While you’re here, visit Independence Hall—birthplace of the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution—or head to the Liberty Bell Center to see the 2,000-pound bell that Martha Washington famously rang to let George know when supper was ready. At the north end of the park, the National Constitution Center features a multimedia presentation on the country’s founding displayed on a 360-degree domed ceiling, as well as galleries of artifacts, including a rare copy of the Emancipation Proclamation.

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    Jan 19 2016 by Groupon
    Stay at Wyndham Philadelphia-Mount Laurel in Mount Laurel, NJ, with Dates into April

    1- or 2-Night Stay for Two with Dining Credit at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City in New Jersey. Check in Sunday–Wednesday.

    1- or 2-Night Stay for Two with Dining Credit at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City in New Jersey. Check in Sunday–Wednesday.
    Price
    $44
    Savings
    53%
    Retail
    $94
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    Hotel at a Glance: Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City

    The four-star Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City is a sprawling hotel and entertainment complex overlooking the Absecon Inlet, just north of the Atlantic City boardwalk. You can party into the wee hours—see a show in the onsite theater or place your bets in the resort’s casino. It features slot machines, video poker, a race book, keno, and table games.

  • Spend a night on the town without leaving the hotel. The Pool After Dark (for ages 21 or older) was voted Megaclub of the Year by Nightclub & Bar magazine in 2011 for its bottle service, private cabanas, and late-night gaming.
  • Grab a bite at one of several onsite restaurants, which range from an upscale steak house to a low-key burger joint. A 1-night stay comes with a $20 dining credit, and a 2-night stay comes with a $50 dining credit.
  • Get pampered with an olive-oil body scrub at the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa.
  • Take a dip in the massive indoor swimming pool; it’s set under a glass dome and surrounded by palm trees (for ages 21 or older).
  • Atlantic City, New Jersey: Casinos and Carnival Rides Lining Historical Beachside Boardwalk

    No trip to Atlantic City is complete without a stroll along its signature boardwalk, which stretches for 6 miles along New Jersey’s eastern coast. Originally built in 1870 to keep sand out of hotel lobbies, the boardwalk grew in popularity as a place where you could drink and gamble during Prohibition without much trouble from the police, as depicted in HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. The boardwalk is still popular for its casinos, but it’s family-friendly, too; visitors are just as inclined to stop at one of the saltwater taffy shops or grab a meal at one of the many restaurants.

    On the boardwalk, it’s worth it to check out the Absecon Lighthouse, which is more than 150 years old. It’s possible to climb its 228 steps to the top, which features sweeping views of the city skyline and the sea. Down at the base, you’ll find a replica of the original light keeper’s lonely cloister and the collection of sock puppets he created to keep him company.

    Proving further that Atlantic City isn’t all nightclubs, boardwalk, and casinos is Gardner’s Basin, a maritime village along the bay. Here, a community of artisans uses seashells and driftwood to hand make items such as wind chimes and picture frames. However, the Basin’s biggest claim to fame is the 25,000-gallon Atlantic City Aquarium swimming with turtles and rays.

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    Jan 19 2016 by Groupon
    1- or 2-Night Stay for Two with Dining Credit at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City in New Jersey. Check in Sunday–Wednesday.

    Stay with Shopping Voucher at Bellissimo Grande Hotel in North Stonington, CT. Dates into April.

    Stay with Shopping Voucher at Bellissimo Grande Hotel in North Stonington, CT. Dates into April.
    Price
    $79
    Savings
    28%
    Retail
    $110
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    Hotel at a Glance: Bellissimo Grande Hotel

    Connecticut might not immediately spring to mind as a haven for casinos, but it’s actually home to one of the biggest in the world—Foxwoods Resort Casino. Guests staying at the Bellissimo Grande Hotel enjoy complimentary shuttle service (weather permitting) to the nearby complex, outfitted with six casinos, 4,800 slot machines, and more than 250 gaming tables.

  • Italian flair: Owner Patrick Levantino drew inspiration from his Italian upbringing to decorate the hotel; the spa and lobby feature Renaissance-style frescoes and paintings.
  • Visit the bistro for an entree such as eggplant parmesan or chicken alfredo, or enjoy room service; open Fridays and Saturdays.
  • Get caffeinated with a frothy drink or a hot cup of joe at the onsite coffee bar kiosk; use you $5 voucher here, valid 7 a.m.–12 p.m.
  • Distance from Foxwoods: 4 miles
  • Go shopping at the nearby Tanger Outlets, where you’ll find retailers such as J.Crew and Kate Spade.
  • North Stonington, Connecticut: Quaint Town in Mystic Country

    North Stonington, set 9 miles inland from the coast, is part of Connecticut’s fabled Mystic Country, known for its rolling hills, scenic drives, and historic towns. Sample wines at Jonathan Edwards Winery or try your luck on the blackjack table at Mohegan Sun or Foxwoods Resort Casino, one of the largest casinos in the world in total area. It also houses a massive poker room and bingo hall. The Mystic Aquarium features New England’s only beluga whales, as well as African penguins, moray eels, and nurse sharks.

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    Jan 14 2016 by Groupon
    Stay with Shopping Voucher at Bellissimo Grande Hotel in North Stonington, CT. Dates into April.

    Stay at Salishan Spa and Golf Resort in Gleneden Beach, OR, with Dates into May

    Stay at Salishan Spa and Golf Resort in Gleneden Beach, OR, with Dates into May
    Price
    $99
    Savings
    40%
    Retail
    $164
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    Resort at a Glance: Salishan Spa and Golf Resort

    When the four-star Salishan Spa and Golf Resort was about to be built in 1965, original owner John D. Gray wanted the new property to match the beauty of the natural scenery, where forests meet Pacific beaches on the Oregon coast. The result is a hotel interior that incorporates native stone, intricate woodwork, hand-blown glass, and contemporary artwork from more than 100 regional artists.

  • Where you’ll stay: Vaulted ceilings and large windows give guest rooms a spacious feel. Private balconies overlook Siletz Bay, the forest, or the resort’s spectacular 18-hole golf course.
  • Onsite dining: You can grab a meal at any of five onsite restaurants.
  • Press accolade: Frommer’s says the Dining Room “is one of the most upscale restaurants on the entire coast and has a superb wine collection.”
  • Relax at the onsite spa, which was ranked no. 13 on the list of the Top 250 Spas by Condé Nast Traveler readers.
  • Take a dip in the indoor pool.
  • Gleneden Beach, Oregon: Small Coastal Community Set amid Beachfront State Parks

    Gleneden Beach is a very small resort town on the Oregon coast. “If not for the signs, you’d scarcely be able to find it,” Fodor’s writes. But despite the small scale, there’s still plenty to do here. Spas and golf fairways can be found at the town’s resort properties, and the surrounding forest preserve is good for a stroll. At Gleneden Beach State Recreation Site there’s a paved trail leading down from the pines to the beach—a soft-sand affair ideal for sunbathing and watching wetsuit-clad surfers catching waves.

    Since it’s situated along a string of Pacific state parks, Gleneden Beach also has easy access to other coastal attractions; just 15 minutes away, Devils Lake State Recreation Area is a good spot for boating and swimming. In the summer, visitors can take guided kayak tours through the wetlands that reveal the history and ecology of the area. On either side of Gleneden Beach are two larger coastal cities, Newport and Lincoln City, both ideal spots for combing beaches, watching whales, and browsing in boutiques and bookstores.

    At Newport’s Oregon Coast Aquarium, you can see harbor seals, otter, and sea lions frolic in outdoor exhibits that simulate their natural habitats. A series of underwater tunnels at the aquarium provides near 360-degree views of sharks, skates, and other creatures of the deep.

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    Jan 14 2016 by Groupon
    Stay at Salishan Spa and Golf Resort in Gleneden Beach, OR, with Dates into May

    Stay with Entertainment Package at The Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA. Dates into April.

    Stay with Entertainment Package at The Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA. Dates into April.
    Price
    $109
    Savings
    54%
    Retail
    $237
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    Hotel at a Glance: The Queen Mary

    After its maiden voyage in 1936, the RMS Queen Mary became one of the most famous ocean liners in the world. In its heyday, celebrities such as Bob Hope, Audrey Hepburn, and Fred Astaire boarded the luxurious ship. During World War II, it was converted into a troopship, and after that, it became Winston Churchill’s carrier of choice. The Queen Mary has since retired to the docks of Long Beach and is now a glamorous floating hotel with an Old-World vibe.

  • Elegant dining: Enjoy hearty crab cakes and lobster tails at Chelsea Chowder House & Bar, or try chateaubriand steak amid ocean views at Sir Winston’s Restaurant & Lounge.
  • Observation Bar, housed in the boat’s former first-class lounge, is the place to go for classic cocktails. The bar retains its 1930s vibe with torchiere lamps, original artwork, and live jazz music.
  • Afternoon tea: Sample sandwiches, fresh scones with clotted cream and jam, and petits fours along with personal pots of tea.
  • Extra perks: This promotion includes: self-parking, admission for two to the 4D theater, self-guided audio tour, access to Queen Mary historic exhibits, choice of Ghosts and Legends or Haunted Encounters tour, historical tour, and Princess Diana exhibit.
  • Long Beach, California: Art, Architecture, and the Historic Queen Mary

    Fewer than 30 miles from much-visited Hollywood and Disneyland, Long Beach offers a quieter experience distinguished by art museums, eclectic architecture, and ocean-front scenery. Take in the sights as you pedal along the Shoreline Pedestrian Bikepath, a paved 3-mile trail that hugs the coastline. The path wends near the Aquarium of the Pacific, which houses penguins, a giant Pacific octopus, and more than 150 sharks, in addition to other mammals and fish that live in the Pacific Ocean.

    One of Long Beach’s most iconic attractions floats in the harbor across the bay: the Queen Mary, a former ocean liner and current museum-hotel hybrid. Built in the early 1930s as a luxury liner for the wealthy elite, the Queen Mary was transformed into a troopship and painted camouflage gray during World War II. After nearly two more decades of civilian service, the ship retired to Long Beach. Today, thousands of annual visitors flock to the boat—which is larger than the Titanic—to embark on guided tours along its decks.

    Back on land, in the East Village Arts District downtown, independent playhouses and art galleries line the streets. On the second Saturday of each month, the neighborhood hosts an art walk, as galleries, boutiques, and cafés stay open late and local artists display original works. Long Beach’s architecture also has its own distinctive appeal. Geometry buffs may marvel at the distinctive Walter Pyramid sports arena, as well as the aptly named Skinny House at 708 Gladys Avenue, an extremely narrow structure—only 10 feet wide—reportedly built on a bet.

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    Jan 14 2016 by Groupon
    Stay with Entertainment Package at The Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA. Dates into April.

    1- or 2-Night Stay for Two with Dining Credits at Bally's Atlantic City in New Jersey

    1- or 2-Night Stay for Two with Dining Credits at Bally's Atlantic City in New Jersey
    Price
    $44
    Savings
    31%
    Retail
    $64
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    Hotel at a Glance: Bally’s Atlantic City

    Bally’s Atlantic City sits on the famous Atlantic City boardwalk so guests don’t have to leave the property to enjoy the city’s legendary nightlife. The hotel boasts an onsite casino with slots, table games, and daily poker tournaments, plus live shows and nearly a dozen restaurants that range from an upscale steakhouse to a pizzeria. This getaway even includes dining and beverage credits that you can use throughout the property.

  • Popular table games: roulette, craps, and pai gow, which is played with dominoes
  • Live music: The hotel’s bars and lounges host bands and DJs every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night.
  • Ride a mechanical bull at Mountain Bar, which hosts a 24/7 happy hour and beer pong tournaments.
  • 100 specialty martinis are handcrafted with glow sticks, gumballs, and other unusual ingredients at Blue Martini Bar.
  • Signature spa treatment: bourbon-infused body scrub with a heated honey wrap
  • Atlantic City, New Jersey: Casinos and Carnival Rides Lining Historical Beachside Boardwalk

    No trip to Atlantic City is complete without a stroll along its signature boardwalk, which stretches for 6 miles along New Jersey’s eastern coast. Originally built in 1870 to keep sand out of hotel lobbies, the boardwalk grew in popularity as a place where you could drink and gamble during Prohibition without much trouble from the police, as depicted in HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. The boardwalk is still popular for its casinos, but it’s family-friendly, too; visitors are just as inclined to stop at one of the saltwater taffy shops or grab a meal at one of the many restaurants. When it’s warmer out, they can also just sit at the beach, or try one of the carnival rides.

    On the boardwalk, it’s worth it to check out the Absecon Lighthouse, which is more than 150 years old. It’s possible to climb its 228 steps to the top, which features sweeping views of the city skyline and the sea. Down at the base, you’ll find a replica of the original light keeper’s lonely cloister and the collection of sock puppets he created to keep him company.

    Proving further that Atlantic City isn’t all nightclubs, boardwalk, and casinos is Gardner’s Basin, a maritime village along the bay. Here, a community of artisans uses seashells and driftwood to hand-make items such as wind chimes and picture frames. However, the Basin’s biggest claim to fame is the 25,000-gallon Atlantic City Aquarium swimming with turtles and rays.

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    Jan 14 2016 by Groupon
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    Admission for One, or an Annual Family Pass for Up to Four at African Safari Wildlife Park (Up to 64% Off)

    Admission for One, or an Annual Family Pass for Up to Four at African Safari Wildlife Park (Up to 64% Off)
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    Mar 06 2015 by Groupon
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    Stay at The Chelsea in Atlantic City, with Dates into April

    Stay at The Chelsea in Atlantic City, with Dates into April
    Price
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    Savings
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    Retail
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    Hotel at a Glance: The Chelsea

    If you’re cruising through Atlantic City, it’s hard to miss The Chelsea: it’s the retro hotel topped with neon-purple letters broadcasting its name along the coast. The chic decor extends inside the four-star hotel, where you’ll find a sleek restaurant. If you head downstairs, you’re just steps from the beach, where you can stroll along the sand before retiring to the hotel for high-end spa treatments.

  • Awards and accolades: Fodor’s writes, “This boutique hotel has a convincingly swank vibe that could double as a set location for the TV hit Mad Men.” It’s a winner of TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence, too.
  • Luxe accommodations: Bay-view rooms give you an overhead view of the water; floor-to-ceiling windows bathe penthouse suites in natural light. All guest rooms feature OnDemand TV and complimentary WiFi.
  • Solarium and spa: Soak in a hot tub or slip away to a treatment room for a hot-stone massage (facility open on select days only).
  • Atlantic City, New Jersey: Casinos and Carnival Rides Lining Historical Beachside Boardwalk

    No trip to Atlantic City is complete without a stroll along its signature boardwalk, which stretches for 6 miles along New Jersey’s eastern coast. Originally built in 1870 to keep sand out of hotel lobbies, the boardwalk grew in popularity as a place where you could drink and gamble during Prohibition without much trouble from the police, as depicted in HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. The boardwalk is still popular for its casinos, but it’s family-friendly, too; visitors are just as inclined to sit at the beach or stop at one of the many carnival rides.

    On the boardwalk, it’s worth it to check out the Absecon Lighthouse, which is more than 150 years old. It’s possible to climb its 228 steps to the top, which features sweeping views of the city skyline and the sea. Down at the base, you’ll find a replica of the original light keeper’s lonely cloister and the collection of sock puppets he created to keep him company.

    Proving further that Atlantic City isn’t all nightclubs, boardwalk, and casinos is Gardner’s Basin, a maritime village along the bay. Here, a community of artisans uses seashells and driftwood to hand-make items such as wind chimes and picture frames. However, the Basin’s biggest claim to fame is the 25,000-gallon Atlantic City Aquarium swimming with turtles and rays.

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    Jan 12 2016 by Groupon
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    Stay with Daily WiFi at Westin Cleveland Downtown in Cleveland. Dates into April.

    Stay with Daily WiFi at Westin Cleveland Downtown in Cleveland. Dates into April.
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    Savings
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    Retail
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    Hotel at a Glance: Westin Cleveland Downtown

    Staying at the Westin Cleveland Downtown puts you right in the heart of the city. Set on the east side of the Cuyahoga River, the hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Inside the Westin’s guest rooms, dark-colored furniture pops against soothing gray walls and modern yellow-flowered carpeting.

  • Art appreciation: There are 1,500 pieces of original art by local artists on display throughout the hotel.
  • Pack light: Leave your gym clothes at home—you can rent New Balance gear for a small fee instead.
  • Stay fit in the 3,000-square-foot fitness center. Or borrow headphones and a running map to explore the city on your own.
  • Urban Farmer: The hotel’s modern steakhouse offers grass-fed beef, sustainably raised chicken, and other seasonal fare.
  • Club room options include access to the Executive Club.
  • Cleveland, Ohio: Rock ‘n’ Roll City on Lake Erie

    It might be a cliché to say that Cleveland rocks. But there’s a reason they put the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame here. Founded in 1796 on the shores of Lake Erie and split almost down the middle by the Cuyahoga River, Cleveland offers fun stuff to do on both the east and west sides. A walk around downtown shows off the city’s eclectic mix of architecture, including everything from the neoclassical dome on top of the Cleveland Public Library to the art-deco and postmodern mashup known as 200 Public Square.

    The aforementioned Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is full of artifacts that testify to the careers of Michael Jackson, The Beatles, and dozens of other music luminaries. Shift your attention from culture to nature at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium, which counts sharks and stingrays among its 5,000 creatures. Watch them swim overhead as you walk through the 230,000-gallon SeaTube. After a day of sightseeing, hit up the West Side Market for Cleveland’s best gyros and pierogis or raise a pint at the city’s beloved Great Lakes Brewing Company.

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    Jan 12 2016 by Groupon
    Stay with Daily WiFi at Westin Cleveland Downtown in Cleveland. Dates into April.

    Stay with Entertainment and Dining Package at Days Inn at the Falls in Niagara Falls, NY. Dates into April.

    Stay with Entertainment and Dining Package at Days Inn at the Falls in Niagara Falls, NY. Dates into April.
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    Savings
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    Retail
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    Hotel at a Glance: Days Inn at the Falls

    Days Inn at the Falls lies in the entertainment district on the American side of Niagara Falls. It’s right across the street from America’s oldest state park and in front of the Rainbow Bridge, which links the American side of the falls to the Canadian side. Visitors can easily walk or drive across the bridge to visit Horseshoe Falls and the Falls Avenue Resort, a sprawling complex with an indoor water park, 12 restaurants, and a casino.

  • Best spot to see the falls on American soil: the observation tower in Niagara Falls State Park
  • Try your luck: This getaway includes an offer for slot credits at Seneca Niagara Casino, which is within walking distance of the hotel.
  • Good for kids: There’s an indoor pool and with this Groupon you’ll get a $10 arcade game card.
  • Cheers!: This getaway comes with Niagara Wine Trail USA wine-tasting passes for two.
  • Lots of dining options: Use your $10 restaurant voucher toward lunch or dinner, or try the many restaurants near the property.
  • Another perk: $10 off merchandise at Rainforest Café
  • Niagara Falls, New York: Spectacular Waterfalls at United States–Canada Border

    Every second, hundreds of thousands of gallons of water cascade down Niagara Falls. You can watch the water spill over jagged cliffs from pedestrian bridges and observation decks. The best view, though, might be from the Hurricane Deck, a wooden platform located 20 feet from Bridal Veil Falls. From spring to fall, you can access the platform by taking the Cave of the Winds tour, during which professional guides lead poncho-clad visitors to Bridal Veil Falls via wooden pathways. For an up-close encounter with the falls, you can book a ride aboard the Maid of the Mist; the tour boat shuttled sightseeing guests to the base of the thundering Horseshoe Falls for more than 100 years and continues to operate on the American side of the falls.

    Millions of tourists have flocked to Niagara Falls since the early 1800s. Around that time, Napoleon Bonaparte’s younger brother honeymooned in the area with his American bride; scores of newlyweds followed in their footsteps, earning Niagara Falls the nickname of “Honeymoon Capital of the World.” Throughout the 19th century, massive crowds also came here to watch daredevils perform high-wire stunts above the rapids.

    In the late 1800s, landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted led a group that lobbied politicians to create a park that would protect the falls from further development. Today, the 400-acre Niagara Falls State Park, the first of its kind in the country, sits directly on the border between Canada and the United States. Miles of hiking trails wend through the scenic park; along the way, you can learn about the area’s history at the visitors’ center. There’s also plenty to do indoors around Niagara Falls. The area has remained a family-friendly destination, with indoor water parks, an aquarium, arcades, and casinos for the 21-and-older crowd.

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    Jan 12 2016 by Groupon
    Stay with Entertainment and Dining Package at Days Inn at the Falls in Niagara Falls, NY. Dates into April.

    Stay at 3-Star Top-Secret Chattanooga Hotel. Dates Available into April.

    Stay at 3-Star Top-Secret Chattanooga Hotel. Dates Available into April.
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    Retail
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    When you book a top-secret hotel on Groupon Getaways, you’re guaranteed a name-brand property with a rating of 3 stars or higher in the neighborhood we specify. We’ll let you know the name and exact address of your top-secret hotel after you purchase the deal: Look in the redemption instructions for this deal, found in My Groupons in your account and on your email confirmation.

    Hotel at a Glance: Top-Secret 3-Star Chattanooga Hotel

    This top-secret 3-star Chattanooga hotel has a casual restaurant and well-appointed guest rooms to help you feel at home. The city’s downtown area is about a 20-minute drive from the hotel, as are Lookout Mountain’s hiking trails. This enviable location—combined with thoughtful amenities—helped the hotel earn TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence in 2014, as well as the site’s GreenLeaders badge for eco-friendly initiatives.

  • Onsite dining: Cap off the evening with dinner and a handcrafted cocktail at the onsite restaurant and lounge.
  • Guest rooms feature 32-inch high-definition TVs with cable and satellite channels.
  • Take a dip in the indoor pool, which stays open all year.
  • Stay fit with cardio machines and free weights in the hotel’s fitness center.
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee: Museums and Parks Along the Riverfront

    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. But they also proved problematic, trapping in industrial pollutants and creating what the Environmental Protection Agency declared to be the nation’s dirtiest air in 1969. Today, the city has scrubbed away its industrial-era grime and adopted greener practices: public parks, riverfront walkways, and a downtown electric shuttle, to name a few. 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.

    Another point of interest is Chattanooga’s Walnut Street Bridge, one of the world’s longest pedestrian bridges. Its wrought-iron trusses stretch across the Tennessee River, which bisects the city’s downtown. From here, you can take a scenic stroll toward other downtown attractions, such as the Tennessee Aquarium and the Hunter Museum of American Art.

    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.

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    Jan 07 2016 by Groupon
    Stay at 3-Star Top-Secret Chattanooga Hotel. Dates Available into April.

    Stay at Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel in Chattanooga, TN, with Dates into March

    Stay at Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel in Chattanooga, TN, with Dates into March
    Price
    $79
    Savings
    49%
    Retail
    $155
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    Historic Train Station Converted into Victorian-Style Hotel

    Built in 1908, Chattanooga’s Terminal Station served for decades as the city’s grand first impression, welcoming visitors with a soaring central dome adorned with brass chandeliers. Over the years, the station welcomed the likes of Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt. After closing in the 1970s, the depot was eventually transformed into the Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the hotel has a marble-clad lobby under the old dome and retail shops in the gardens along the former rail concourse. A 19th-century steam locomotive is on display in the rail yard. There’s also onsite restaurants and bars, as well as a Victorian lounge flush with premium spirits and locally hand-crafted micro brews.

    Converted train cars that once whisked wealthy passengers across the country now make up some of the hotel’s accommodations. These train-car rooms come with Victorian-style furnishings. Spacious standard rooms, on the other hand, feature contemporary decor.

    To explore other sights around Chattanooga, hop aboard the electric shuttle just across from the lobby; rides are complimentary and drops off guests near Tennessee Aquarium, which is also close to downtown shops and attractions.

    Chattanooga, Tennessee: Museums and Parks Along the Riverfront

    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. But they also proved problematic, trapping in industrial pollutants and creating what the Environmental Protection Agency declared to be the nation’s dirtiest air in 1969. Today, the city has scrubbed away its industrial-era grime and adopted greener practices: public parks, riverfront walkways, and a downtown electric shuttle, to name a few. 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.

    Another point of interest is Chattanooga’s Walnut Street Bridge, one of the world’s longest pedestrian bridges. Its wrought-iron trusses stretch across the Tennessee River, which bisects the city’s downtown. From here, you can take a scenic stroll toward other downtown attractions, such as the Tennessee Aquarium and the Hunter Museum of American Art.

    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.

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    Jan 07 2016 by Groupon
    Stay at Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel in Chattanooga, TN, with Dates into March

    1-Night Stay for Up to Four at Sandy Cove Inn in Seaside, OR. Combine Up to 4 Nights.

    1-Night Stay for Up to Four at Sandy Cove Inn in Seaside, OR. Combine Up to 4 Nights.
    Price
    $45
    Savings
    43%
    Retail
    $79
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    Chic Inn Steps from Pacific Ocean

    In just a few short years, the family-owned Sandy Cove Inn has transformed from a timeworn motor lodge into a stylish and comfortable retreat. It’s located just two blocks from the ocean and the promenade in Seaside, Oregon. The family brings enthusiasm as well as expertise from their former roles in advertising and event planning to provide personalized, concierge-like services, including a carefully vetted guide to local eateries and a welcome doggie bag for four-legged guests.

    The family’s resident decorator, Annie Dillard, has given each of the inn’s 18 rooms a unique design scheme—ranging from the whimsical Monopoly and Wave rooms adorned with hand-painted murals to the elegant Garden and Country Charm rooms, accented with French furnishings and artwork collected at Parisian shops and flea markets.

    Seaside, Oregon: Coastal Beauty Surrounding a Family-Friendly Town

    Located along Oregon’s Pacific coast, about 80 miles northwest of Portland, the resort town of Seaside has attracted beachcombers since the late 19th century. More recently, the coastal village has become a family destination marked by historical buildings, tree-lined boulevards, and plenty of kid-friendly activities, including mini golf, bumper cars, and arcades.

    A 1.5-mile oceanfront promenade—known locally as the Prom—stretches along the beach, its boardwalk speckled with shops and restaurants near grass-covered dunes. Along the Prom, you’ll find a bronze statue of Lewis and Clark that faces the ocean at the historic Seaside Turnaround—the spot where the explorers are thought to have ended their epic westward trek. The Seaside Aquarium is also located along the promenade. Pop in to visit its aquatic residents, including a giant Pacific octopus, tropical fish, and several crowd-pleasing harbor seals.

    For spectacular ocean views, journey a few miles south of town to the rainforest-covered Tillamook Head, a promontory point that towers 1,000 feet above the craggy coastline. Open year-round, a moderate, 3.6-mile roundtrip hike leads to the summit.

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    Jan 07 2016 by Groupon
    1-Night Stay for Up to Four at Sandy Cove Inn in Seaside, OR. Combine Up to 4 Nights.

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