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1-Night Stay for Two in a Standard Room Valid Sunday-Thursday

1-Night Stay for Two in a Standard Room Valid Sunday-Thursday
Price
$69
Savings
55%
Retail
$153
El Paso Deals

Restful Refinement in Panoramic Hill Country

Schnitzel and sauerkraut are on the menu, but the view from the windows—rugged hills covered with scraggly grasses and succulent plants under a vast open sky—seems better suited to a western than an Oktoberfest celebration. But Castroville's German and French roots have been proudly celebrated for more than 20 years at the Hotel Alsace & Spa's Alsatian restaurant, located about 27 miles west of San Antonio.

Perched on a knoll overlooking miles of scenic Hill Country, the hotel's 38 guest rooms are linked by gradually curving walkways shaded by a long bonnet roof. French doors in each room open onto private balconies offering panoramic views of the visually rich landscape. Earth-toned décor echoes the outdoors in everything from deep-brown comforters atop queen beds to naturally textured, travertine-tile floors. Every morning, a complimentary waffle-and-breakfast bar simultaneously serves up nourishment and banishes nightmares of a dystopian future in which waffles have become extinct.

At the onsite Spa Alsace, where Groupon users receive a 10% discount, guests can unwind with an array of soothing treatments, including hot-stone massage ($90 for a 50-minute session) and facials tailored to individual skin type ($55–$115). This Getaway also includes a two-person credit for the Alsatian Restaurant's salad bar and lunch buffet, a daily changing smorgasbord that ranges from authentic Alsatian beef bourguignon to all-American fried chicken and meatloaf.

Castroville, Texas: Alsatian Inflections in Small-Town Texas

The self-billed "Little Alsace of Texas," historical Castroville stands in novel and charming contrast to nearby San Antonio's Tex-Mex culture. Founded by Alsatian immigrants in 1844, the town contains dozens of carefully maintained historical structures. The oldest of these, The Steinbach House, actually began its life in Alsace in the 17th century before being shipped to Castroville in 1998 and reopened as a museum complete with period furniture and confused serfs. A roughly 30-minute drive brings travelers to San Antonio and its world-class Latin cuisine, museums, and lively River Walk.


Nov 29 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay for Two in a Standard Room Valid Sunday-Thursday

Endermologie of El Paso

Endermologie of El Paso
Price
$60
Savings
63%
Retail
$160
El Paso Deals

Studies show that a high percentage of Americans consider themselves overweight, and an even higher percentage believe they are being chased by Frankenstein's monster. Alter self-perceptions with today's Groupon: for $60, you get four endermologie lipomassage treatments at Endermologie of El Paso (a $160 value).

The medical staff at Endermologie of El Paso smoothes cellulite and tones the skin with FDA-approved lipomassage treatments. After clients don a light body suit designed to reduce friction in the unlikely event of warp-speed travel, the endermologie massage machine stretches and folds layers of fat and connective tissue with a duo of rollers and gentle suction. The process breaks down adipose tissues and toxins removed from the body by stimulated lymphatic and circulatory systems, temporarily reducing the appearance of cellulite. The 35-minute treatments also firm and tone skin by stimulating collagen production instead of shading it with pencil. Many clients report a noticeable change within the first three treatments, though the medical center recommends a total regimen of 10–20 treatments scheduled once or twice a week for optimal results.


Nov 30 2011 by Groupon
Endermologie of El Paso

2-Night Stay for Four, Valid Through Dec. 20, 2011

2-Night Stay for Four, Valid Through Dec. 20, 2011
Price
$159
Savings
60%
Retail
$398
El Paso Deals
Family Friendly Hotel at the Foothills of Red Rock Country

The gnarled fingers of a red rock formation pierce the vast desert sky, as if an earthen giant had reached for the sun and turned to stone. Smaller orange buttes also speckle the vistas from the private guest-room balcony, one of many vantage points from which to admire the dramatic landscape surrounding Los Abrigados Resort & Spa. Stationed at the foothills of Red Rock Country along the banks of Oak Creek, this 22-acre property abounds with outdoor pleasantries, from its manicured walkways to cobblestone water fountains and groves of leafy trees that flourish in stark contrast to the arid peaks.

Plush, white loungers fringe the year-round heated saltwater pool, encouraging a head start on summer reading reports. Elsewhere on the Mediterranean-style property, tennis courts, bocce courts, and an 18-hole mini-golf course offer up hours of diversion. One-bedroom suites come with homey amenities such as well-furnished partial kitchens and spacious dens filled with natural light.

At the onsite Stakes & Sticks Sports Bar and Grill, wood-fired ovens bake pizzas golden brown in the company of 20 flat-screen TVs. Decidedly quieter afternoons are spent at the spa, where a variety of body wraps, massages, and aromatherapy treatments usher in tranquility as pleasantly as a flock of doves cooing Perry Como.

Sedona: Majestic Red Rock Formations Inspire Thriving Arts Center

When the sun rises and sets over Sedona—which enjoys an average of 330 sunny days per year—the surrounding red rock buttes radiate a phosphorous glow. The mountain trails and rugged canyons of Coconino National Forest offer an abundance of hiking, biking, and climbing opportunities. A hike along Airport Mesa Trail, 2 miles south of the hotel, affords panoramic views of this fiery silhouette punctuated by the spindly towers of Cathedral Rock and the slopes of Capitol Butte. Sedona's striking landscape has attracted an eclectic community of artists, many of whom display their work in Tlaquepaque. Modeled after a traditional Mexican village, this vibrant, cobblestoned arts district boasts more than 40 specialty shops and galleries, all within a mile of the hotel.


Nov 25 2011 by Groupon
2-Night Stay for Four, Valid Through Dec. 20, 2011

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