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3-Night Stay in a Mesabi 1-Bedroom Condo for Up to Four, Valid Sunday-Thursday

3-Night Stay in a Mesabi 1-Bedroom Condo for Up to Four, Valid Sunday-Thursday
Price
$199
Savings
56%
Retail
$455
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Rustic Comfort in Minnesota's Scenic Northwoods

Knotty, varnished woodwork frames the lobby of The Lodge at Giants Ridge and glows warmly in the light streaming through the front windows, a stark contrast to the snowy wonderland outside. Guests returning from nearby ski slopes shed their outerwear as they make their way up the wide staircase or to the onsite Sticks Lounge for après-ski refreshments. Bordered by bucolic Sabin Lake amid Minnesota's expansive Northwoods, The Lodge at Giants Ridge furnishes pleasantly rustic quarters and year-round outdoor activities.

Spacious Mesabi one-bedroom condominiums feature a cozy living area separated from a private bedroom and bordered by a fully equipped kitchenette. A sumptuous king bed anchors the bedroom's blond wood furnishings, and up to two additional guests or one baby orca can stretch out on the double futon in the living room. For an extra fee, groups can upgrade to a doubly large Northwoods two-bedroom suite, which adds two queen beds, a double murphy bed, and an additional bathroom.

Downstairs, the laid-back Timbers Restaurant crafts sirloin steaks, fettuccine alfredo, and homemade pizzas, and Sticks Lounge compiles nachos, tangy beef skewers, and other flavorsome appetizers to prep for entrees such as fresh walleye. The onsite La Ridge, an Aveda spa and salon, ministers to weary muscles and visages with one-hour massages and facials.

Northern Minnesota: Winter Sports and Small-City Charms

In the winter, skiers and snowboarders glide across natural snow at Giants Ridge, with snowmakers enlisted to supplement Mother Nature's handiwork. Warmer weather options in nearby Superior National Forest include more than 1,500 miles of canoe routes in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area wilderness as well as hiking and biking among old-growth boreal forests.

About an hour's drive south in Duluth lies Glensheen, a 39-room mansion whose original 1908 interior remains largely intact, offering an imitable glimpse into early 20th-century midwestern life. Down the shoreline, belly-flopping river otters and black-crowned night herons entertain at the Great Lakes Aquarium, which hosts 15 exhibits' worth of amphibians, birds, aquatic animals, and sofas that have sprouted fins.


Dec 23 2011 by Groupon
3-Night Stay in a Mesabi 1-Bedroom Condo for Up to Four, Valid Sunday-Thursday

6-Night Stay for Two Adults and Two Kids in a Deluxe Room

6-Night Stay for Two Adults and Two Kids in a Deluxe Room
Price
$599
Savings
77%
Retail
$2620
Milwaukee Deals

The name "Riviera Maya" is slightly deceptive: it derives from the modern connotation of the word "riviera," which can refer to almost any popular tourist coastline. The title has little to do with the Spanish translation of "riviera," as no freshwater rivers actually flow above ground through the area's tropical jungles. Below sea level, however, lay thousands of cenotes—collapsed limestone caves that feature a network of freshwater rivers and underground lakes. The cenotes are a natural playground for scuba divers and snorkelers, as is the nearby Great Mayan Reef—one of the longest barrier reefs in the world. The luxurious Azul Fives Hotel resides between a natural cenote and the Caribbean Sea, as well as just 10 minutes from the bustling nightlife of Playa del Carmen.

Outdoor pools overlook the sea, and swim-up bars serve up tropical cocktails along the hotel's palm-fringed grounds, a haven for relaxation. During a holistic couples massage at the 15,000-square-foot Vassa Spa, vacationers can soothe sore muscles after a day spent scuba diving or arm-wrestling octopi. Balmy breezes waft in from a private terrace or balcony within the posh guest rooms, where ivory-flecked décor nods to the picturesque seascape.

For a romantic dinner, guests can settle into gauzy beachside cabanas with a bottle of wine. The hotel also caters to families with its Azulitos Kid's Club—a whimsical playroom and gym filled with Fisher-Price toys, a trampoline, and hands-on arts and crafts.

Playa del Carmen, Mexico: Popular White-Sand Beaches and Energetic Nightlife

Situated on Mexico's southeastern tip just below Cancun are Playa del Carmen's white-sand beaches, which stretch along the Caribbean Sea. Once part of a quiet fishing town, the beaches now welcome thousands of tourists year-round, with average temperatures hovering near 80 degrees. Crystal-clear waters make it easy for scuba divers and snorkelers of all levels to take the plunge into underground cenotes or the Great Mayan Reef, which is a hangout for turtles, lobsters, and whale sharks. Playa del Carmen's downtown buzzes with restaurants that serve a variety of ethnic cuisines, and upscale retail stores stay open late along 5th Avenue. Street dancers move to the upbeat rhythm of live music and anyone nearby operating a jackhammer.


Dec 20 2011 by Groupon
6-Night Stay for Two Adults and Two Kids in a Deluxe Room

3-Night All-Inclusive Stay for Two Adults and Up to Three Young Kids in a Standard Room

3-Night All-Inclusive Stay for Two Adults and Up to Three Young Kids in a Standard Room
Price
$499
Savings
65%
Retail
$1428
Milwaukee Deals
All-Inclusive Beach Resort with Slew of Perks

Thanks to Puerto Vallarta's west-coast location, its sunsets are especially dazzling, with every conceivable shade of red, yellow, and orange filling the sky as the sun dips below Banderas Bay. In addition to offering a prime spot for viewing the nightly display from Flamingos Beach, Bel Air Collection Resort & Spa Vallarta supplies a surfeit of memorable perks—including a sunset tea service and decadent petit fours—to complement the area's striking natural attributes.

Along with doling out complimentary snacks, the all-inclusive resort serves gourmet Mexican, sushi, and international fare at three onsite restaurants. In between feedings, guests can while away the hours on a chaise longue overlooking a half-moon-shaped infinity pool that overlooks, in turn, the ocean. The resort's lavish spa indulges guests with coffee skin treatments and midnight massages on a beach dotted with tiki torches. Staff members pour colorful cocktails and glasses of wine at a sports bar and an ocean-view jacuzzi bar. At the end of the day, guests retire to standard rooms outfitted with a king-size bed and a hydro-massage bathtub to relieve tension accrued from dealings with unreliable sandcastle contractors.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: Tropical Paradise with Cosmopolitan Flair

Puerto Vallarta is perhaps Mexico’s most sophisticated vacation destination. Known simply as Vallarta, the city sizzles with cosmopolitan flair on its expansive beaches and cobblestone streets lined with trendy restaurants. A 10-block boardwalk known as the malecón offers unobstructed ocean views as it extends from the city center, leading past fountains and landmarks such as the famous 9-foot-high statue of a boy riding a sea horse. Considered the most LGBT-friendly city in Mexico, Vallarta draws a diverse crowd of vacationers intent on relaxing during the day and living it up at night as they bounce between the city’s numerous dance clubs and bouncy castles.


Dec 23 2011 by Groupon
3-Night All-Inclusive Stay for Two Adults and Up to Three Young Kids in a Standard Room

1-Night Stay for Up to Three in a Suite, Valid Sunday–Thursday

1-Night Stay for Up to Three in a Suite, Valid Sunday–Thursday
Price
$85
Savings
53%
Retail
$179
Milwaukee Deals
Contemporary Hotel and Spa in Historical Downtown District

During the winter in Saugatuck, Michigan, snow blankets the sand dunes and the crowds leave the beaches along Lake Michigan, returning the town to its sleepy status quo. This is when the town’s focus returns to its local businesses, which eschew modernization and chain restaurants in favor of restored old buildings and locally owned shops. In the heart of the historical downtown district, Bella Vita Spa and Suites’ exterior fits nicely with Saugatuck's character, as the hotel is perched above a gourmet kitchen shop in a building originally constructed in 1904. But inside the second-floor hotel, one finds more contemporary sensibilities than its surroundings might suggest, as the hotel uses wall-mounted-flat-screen TVs, exposed ventilation systems, and see-through closets.

In six individually decorated suites, décor ranges from exposed-brick walls in the Milano to postmodern art hanging over the bed in the Florenzia. All rooms come furnished with economically sized fireplaces for warding off cold weather and thieving snowmen disguised as housekeepers. Just up the hall from the suites, the hotel's day spa uses Aveda products for several spa and salon treatments. Drawing from the philosophy of wellness that inspired the hotel's name—Bella Vita, which means "a beautiful life" in Italian—the spa's technicians help visitors relax with classic massages, facial and body treatments, and hair makeovers.

Saugatuck, Michigan: Vibrant Art Community in Vintage Lakeside Town

"In old black-and-white pictures, Saugatuck looks just as it does now," says Bella Vita owner, describing the vintage ambiance that makes Saugatuck one of Budget Travel magazine's Coolest Small Towns in America. Formerly a lumber town situated where the Kalamazoo River and Lake Michigan meet, Saugatuck blossomed in the late 19th century with its surging art scene. Today, Saugatuck still fosters a strong artistic community of galleries, studios, and museums—joining the neighboring town of Douglas to form what locals refer to as the "Art Coast of Michigan."

About 5 miles north, the Saugatuck Dunes State Park runs nearly 3 miles along the shore with dunes more than 200 feet tall. Snow transforms this area into prime cross-country skiing and sledding territory. The 50,000-acre Allegan State Game Area’s groomed trails range from 2 to 14 miles in length, with arrows indicating changes in direction and to the closest place to find a fresh-knit Bill Cosby sweater.


Dec 20 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay for Up to Three in a Suite, Valid Sunday–Thursday

Crystal Microdermabrasion for Face and Chest

Crystal Microdermabrasion for Face and Chest
Price
$36
Savings
80%
Retail
$180
Milwaukee Deals

Every time dead skin cells are removed from your body, they reveal a new layer of skin, until finally, all that remains is a Russian matryoshka doll painted to resemble your spirit animal. Reveal the radiance that lies beneath with today's Groupon to Skin Alive in Mequon. Choose all or one of the following options:

  • For $36, you get a crystal microdermabrasion treatment for the face and chest (up to a $180 value).
  • For $40, you get one-hour facial with Alphablend hand treatment and detoxifying foot treatment (up to a $130 value).
  • For $59, you get a microdermabrasion treatment with two types of oxygenation infusion treatments (up to a $265 value).

  • The supervised students at Skin Alive, a skincare spa partnered with the Mequon Thiensville School of Esthetics, perfect the art of their future trade while lavishing troubled skin with high-end SkinCeutical products. During crystal microdermabrasion treatments, an experienced aesthetician pelts exteriors with micronized crystals that scare off dead skin cells, leaving plots with less discernable wrinkles or pore potholes. An exfoliation clean-up crew follows the crystal-tipped jet to brush away sloughed-off debris and sparkling dust like a janitor in a glitter factory. For additional face revamping, the bio-oxygen fusion's cocktail of antioxidants and hyaluronic acid hydrates thirsty façades, and a stream of pure oxygen infuses skin to help combat fine lines.

    Following a careful skin analysis, a highly trained specialist helps clients select one of the spa’s skin-specific facials. An enzyme mask accompanied by deep-penetrating steam works on visages, and an upper-body and facial massage chases away tension caused by earnest hand raising. As lower paws wave adieu to toxins with a pomegranate-and-rose exfoliating scrub, upper paws ditch age spots and dryness with the help of slathered-on alpha-hydroxy acids, a paraffin dip, and heated hand mitts. Toner and moisturizer seal off beaming mugs, and a moisturizing foot- and hand-and-arm massage soothes the shock absorbers of runners and circus performers forced to hold perpetual handstands.


    Dec 22 2011 by Groupon
    Crystal Microdermabrasion for Face and Chest

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