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2-Night Stay for Two, Valid Sunday-Thursday

2-Night Stay for Two, Valid Sunday-Thursday
Price
$129
Savings
51%
Retail
$263
El Paso Deals

Abundant Outdoor Recreation on Grounds of Rustic Lodge

Throughout the early 20th century, central Arizona’s seemingly endless stretches of rugged terrain and its soaring Mogollon Rim sparked creativity in writer Zane Grey. The scenery served as inspiration for 64 novels, more than 300 short stories, and 130 movies, culminating in the revered western classic Riders of the Purple Sage. To immerse himself in the grandiose landscapes he so admired, the scribe lived near Payson, Arizona, where Kohl’s Ranch Lodge now sits amid the same picturesque vistas and abundant outdoor recreation that served as the backdrop of his classic western fiction.

Fishing, hiking, and horseback riding takes place on or near the lodge's grounds, as well as tennis and volleyball matches. Ample lounge chairs surround the heated outdoor pool, which reflects the towering trees and the occasional extraterrestrial mothership gazing down from beyond the lodge's perimeter. Hardwood furnishings and walls evoke a log-cabin ambiance throughout the property and on the studios suites' patios.

After conquering the onsite mini-golf course, visitors can celebrate their victory at the Zane Grey Steakhouse Saloon, where chefs whip up hearty American-western cuisine. The menu brims with classic breakfast dishes bearing Old West–themed names, such as Outlaw Cakes and Rangers Repast. Entrees include rainbow trout freshly plucked from the adjacent Tonto Creek. At the adjoining saloon, toes tap on Saturday evenings to live entertainment.

Payson, Arizona: Historical Western Culture on Rugged Mogollon Rim

Though the nearly 3 million-acre Tonto National Forest surrounds Payson with pine trees and saguaro cacti, many of the city's natural features and recreation options come from the Mogollon Rim, a towering cliff that stretches up to 2,000 feet and about 200 miles long. Hundreds of miles of roads slink through the rim’s awe-inspiring scenery, passing campsites, hiking trails, and lakes rife with fishing opportunities. Animals including black bears, bobcats, and whitetail deer have been seen—many of them on mopeds—among the forested hills. In town, Payson’s idyllic Main Street harks back to its Old West roots with antique stores and cowboy-centric history museums.


Nov 29 2011 by Groupon
2-Night Stay for Two, Valid Sunday-Thursday

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

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

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
El Paso 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

Esther's Oasis Spa & Salon : Egyptian Deep-Cleansing Facial and Glycolic Peel ($60) or Microdermabrasion ($37)

Esther's Oasis Spa & Salon : Egyptian Deep-Cleansing Facial and Glycolic Peel ($60) or Microdermabrasion ($37)
Price
$60
Savings
57%
Retail
$140
El Paso Deals
Ever since the Pharaohs, Cleopatra has been inspirational in the looks department -- so much so that even William Shakespeare penned iambs about her "delicate cheeks." Command a glowing complexion of your own with today's deal from Esther's Oasis Spa & Salon, where you can choose between an Egyptian... (show more)Ever since the Pharaohs, Cleopatra has been inspirational in the looks department -- so much so that even William Shakespeare penned iambs about her "delicate cheeks." Command a glowing complexion of your own with today's deal from Esther's Oasis Spa & Salon, where you can choose between an Egyptian facial and glycolic face peel for $60 (a $140 value) or a microdermabrasion treatment for $37 (a $75 value). You'll be treated like a queen at this upscale, relaxing East Side spot, whether you opt for the Egyptian royal package of a naturally rejuvenating deep-cleansing mask and extraction or settle into your throne for expert exfoliation that removes dead skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. By the time you're done, you'll be the prettiest face on the Nile -- or the Rio Grande, for that matter. (show less)
Nov 30 2011 by Living Social
Esther's Oasis Spa & Salon : Egyptian Deep-Cleansing Facial and Glycolic Peel ($60) or Microdermabrasion ($37)

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
El Paso 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

1-Night Stay for Up to 6 in Premium Suite Valid Sunday - Thursday

1-Night Stay for Up to 6 in Premium Suite Valid Sunday - Thursday
Price
$219
Savings
53%
Retail
$468
El Paso Deals
Western-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’s indoor water park sports more than 10 splash-filled attractions including a wave pool, several tunnel slides, the 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. 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 Suite. Daily itineraries can be planned in the separate living area, complete with a couch and two armchairs. Each of Great Wolf Lodge’s three spacious premium suites accommodates up to eight guests.

Greater Dallas/Fort Worth: Scenic Landscapes and Arty Flair

The Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens makes for a relaxing escape, as its verdant 66-acre property along White Rock Lake is rife with seasonal flowers, shrubs, trees, and plants. Holiday décor at the arboretum includes seven fairy-tale castle exhibits, such as Beauty and the Beast and Rapunzel. Families can pose for photos and juggle glass slippers inside Cinderella's enchanted holiday carriage, harnessed to two topiary horses.

Because of Dallas's relatively temperate climate, the outdoor Nasher Sculpture Center stays open year-round. On display through January 8 is Tony Cragg: Seeing Things, a collection of approximately 30 large, modern sculptures that speckle the park with vibrant colors and unusual shapes.


Nov 22 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay for Up to 6 in Premium Suite Valid Sunday - Thursday

2-Night Stay for Four in a Sunset Vista Room Valid Through Dec 22

2-Night Stay for Four in a Sunset Vista Room Valid Through Dec 22
Price
$229
Savings
50%
Retail
$458
El Paso Deals
Contemporary Mountainside Resort with Luxurious Amenities

Snow-capped mountains line the sprawling landscape outside the windows. Walls of paneled glass frame the majestic Rocky Mountains at the onsite Palmyra Restaurant. Nestled in the heart of Telluride's vibrant mountain village, The Peaks Resort seamlessly integrates into its tranquil alpine surroundings with its tiered windows and mid-mountain access. A roaring fire warms ski legs at Palmyra Bar, The Peaks' lodge-inspired bar and lounge outfitted with commodious club chairs and a heated deck. Palmyra Restaurant serves elegant country fare and deconstructed cocktails. The resort also houses a 42,000-square-foot spa, one of the largest in Colorado, where guests can whisk down the indoor pool's water slide or rejuvenate a worn-out pet koala at the eucalyptus-infused steam rooms.

Telluride's consistent stream of sunlight—which appears, on average, 300 days per year—cascades through the large picture windows in each of the Sunset Vista rooms, which look out to romantic mountain sunsets. Rooms feature pillow-top king-size mattresses and flat-screen TVs, and double-sink vanities anchor the modern bathrooms.

Telluride, Colorado: Historical Mining Town with World-Class Outdoor Attractions

Less than half a mile from the hotel, Telluride Ski Resort features 1,700 skiable acres of light powder snow blanketed across the San Juan Mountains. The Village Express escorts patrons to beginner and intermediate terrain, Village Bypass is a smooth, easier ride, and Humboldt Draw trail has a bumpy, sinuous track. Plunge lift presents sprawling views of the area and ascends the mountain's westernmost peak, which is angled with steep drops. The moderate-terrain Ute Park Express is a good place to start for aspiring freestyle skiers, who can test out its basic jumps and ride-on boxes. Telluride is known to enjoy a texturally consistent snow base, and its remote location renders lines and vagrant snowmen nearly nonexistent.

The town's roots as a revolutionary mining village and a Wild West saloon market are put on display at Telluride Historical Museum, which resides fewer than 10 miles from The Peaks Resort. Built in 1896 as a community hospital, the landmark houses artifacts including mining equipment, Victorian architecture models, and remnants of the Ute Indian culture.


Nov 28 2011 by Groupon
2-Night Stay for Four in a Sunset Vista Room Valid Through Dec 22

1-Night Stay for Six in a Premium Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

1-Night Stay for Six in a Premium Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday
Price
$219
Savings
49%
Retail
$428
El Paso 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’s indoor water park sports more than 10 splash-filled attractions, including a wave pool, a Crooked Creek lazy river, and two Hot Springs warming pools.

The 79,000-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. More than 100 games such as skee-ball and virtual pinochle flash and whirl in the Northern Lights Arcade, with prizes and games geared toward all ages. 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 Majestic 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 eight guests.

Cincinnati, Ohio: World-Class Art and History Along the Ohio River

The hilltop views from Cincinnati's art-influenced Mount Adams neighborhood reveals an impressive skyline nestled against the Ohio River, an organic confluence of urban achievement and natural beauty. For a scenic metropolitan experience, the 126-year-old Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden encompasses more than 65 acres with its impressive collection of flora and fauna. Visitors can marvel at the zoo's exotic felines, which includes white tigers and snow leopards. In the multisensory Night Hunters exhibit, one experiences nocturnal predators such as vampire bats, Burmese pythons, and caffeinated teenagers.

A variety of museums plus an Omnimax Theater are housed in an art-deco railroad terminal built in 1933 at the Cincinnati Museum Center. The interactive exhibits at the Duke Energy Children's Museum include a simulated farm and a woodland adventure. The Museum of Natural History & Science looks back 19,000 years to the Ice Age, and the Cincinnati History Museum features a replica of a 94-foot side-wheel steamboat.


Nov 22 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay for Six in a Premium Suite Valid Sunday-Thursday

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