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1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Kids in a Lanai Garden King Room or a Lanai Garden 2-Queen Room

1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Kids in a Lanai Garden King Room or a Lanai Garden 2-Queen Room
Price
$125
Savings
53%
Retail
$266
San Diego Deals

Tropical Island Resort with Waterfront Beauty

Wild flocks of amazon parrots flutter along San Diego's Ocean Beach, their green and red feathers coloring the shoreline with a tropical flair. Just across Mission Bay, Paradise Point Resort & Spa sits on an island with a similarly exotic feel, overflowing with palms and tropical undergrowth. Waves splash along quiet lagoons and sugar-sand beaches decorated with sand castles—an especially idyllic sight from the 70-foot observation tower at the center of the resort.

Scattered throughout the resort, southern-Pacific-inspired buildings house Lanai Garden rooms, where orchids or bird-of-paradise blossoms echo the room's batik-print floral patterns. Teak furnishings and black porcelain tiles gleam in the sunlight. With patio dining described as "sublime" by the New York Times, the Balinese-influenced Baleen fills with diners enjoying lobster tail and deep-sea catches, and grills alongside the beach and the main pool cook quesadillas, tacos, and burgers to pair with colorful cocktails. For dessert, the included s'mores kit helps make gooey, caramelized treats roasted over one of the fire pits lining the beach.

The onsite spa draws from rituals and ingredients perfected in Indonesia, Hawaii, Fiji, and other island locales, which assist in face and body treatments. A brow wax ($25) removes unwanted hairs, and the subtle sparkle of hair tinsel enlivens ponytails ($25 for five pieces).

San Diego: Year-Round Greenspaces and Coastal Adventures

San Diego's mild, semi-arid climate keeps temperatures in the 50s and 60s throughout winter—in fact, November–February is one of the area's sunniest times. In the heart of the city, the 1,200-acre Balboa Park contains forest groves and themed gardens, intertwined with hiking paths. Playgrounds and a 1910-era carousel entertain children, and the central boulevard of El Prado hosts several museums, many with iconic Spanish Colonial architecture.

Jutting off the southernmost tip of the Point Loma Peninsula, Cabrillo National Monument boasts spectacular panoramas of the bay and harbor. Just beyond the park's 19th-century Old Point Loma Lighthouse, a glassed-in observatory overlooks the sprayed plumes and barnacle cardigans of migrating gray whales, which pass by throughout January and February.


Dec 20 2011 by Groupon
1-Night Stay for Two Adults and Up to Two Kids in a Lanai Garden King Room or a Lanai Garden 2-Queen Room

2-Night Stay for Four in a King or Double-Queen Patio or Balcony Room, Valid Sunday-Thursday

2-Night Stay for Four in a King or Double-Queen Patio or Balcony Room, Valid Sunday-Thursday
Price
$149
Savings
51%
Retail
$305
San Diego Deals
Retro Hotel in Laid-Back Ojai Valley

Everything about the brightly lit, ultra-mod lobby of The Capri Hotel—from its all-white, midcentury furniture to its modernist glass walls supporting an A-frame roof—harks back to a time when airplane passengers wore suits and cocktails were a staple at the office. The hotel's retro entrance contrasts, however, with contemporary guest rooms sporting sleek furnishings, bright green walls, and a sizable 42-inch mounted plasma TV.

Each room also comes with a VCR/DVD player for in-room screenings of movies borrowed from the hotel's library of 400 videos, encompassing action thrillers, tearjerkers, and enthralling footage of Kennedy-era Agriculture Subcommittee hearings. Ground-floor rooms boast large fenced-in patios for soaking up the clean night air. Upstairs, private balconies offer views of the famous Ojai “pink moment” when the sunset fades into pastels, filling the sky with a soft blush.

Come morning, guests breakfast on fresh waffles served in the lobby before heading outdoors to lounge beside two modest pools and take in sweeping views of the Topa Topa Mountains. Mr. Vivian, the hotel's resident cat, stalks the grounds as yogis salute the sun under the watchful eye of a life-size Buddha statue. For further de-stressification, the in-house masseuse, Laura, rejuvenates both mind and body with massages designed to unclog blocked chakras.

Ojai Valley, California: Bohemian Living and Farm-to-Table Dining

The quirky, pedestrian-friendly hideaway of Ojai—which derives its name from a Chumash word meaning "moon"—is known for its fragrant orange groves and laid-back spirit congenial to artists and bohemians. Among many farm-to-table dining options, Farmer and the Cook serves organic, locally sourced food in the Mariner’s Oaks portion of the city, located a short drive from the hotel.

A stroll down Ojai Avenue, the town's main thoroughfare, showcases Spanish-style architecture and a host of attractions, including wine tastings, art galleries, and artisan pizza at local favorite La Fonte. On Sundays, the farmers' market purveys local delicacies such as cheese, avocados, and raw Ojai Chocolat made without dairy, sugar, or the assistance of Oompa Loompas.


Dec 20 2011 by Groupon
2-Night Stay for Four in a King or Double-Queen Patio or Balcony Room, Valid Sunday-Thursday

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
San Diego 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 20 2011 by Groupon
3-Night All-Inclusive Stay for Two Adults and Up to Three Young Kids in a Standard Room

$29 - Temecula Vineyard Tour & Tasting Class, Reg. $150

$29 - Temecula Vineyard Tour & Tasting Class, Reg. $150
Price
$29
Savings
81%
Retail
$150
San Diego Deals
Travelzoo subscribers can take a 2.5-hour tour through Cougar Vineyard & Winery in Temecula -- complete with a wine class, a tasting of every vintage and complementary appetizers -- for $29 per person. An experience that would regularly cost $150, this package saves visitors $121 on the regular price.

The tour and wine seminar are led by the winery's owners and include:

A tour through the vineyard and winery that details the art behind wine making, including planting, harvesting, crushing and bottling

12 wine tastings that take place throughout the tour

A wine tasting class that educates guests on the different flavors, grapes and vintages

Artisanal cheeses, crackers, fruit and chocolates that complement the wines and expand the wine education

Jan 10 2012 by TravelZoo
$29 - Temecula Vineyard Tour & Tasting Class, Reg. $150

Uncorked Tours

Uncorked Tours
Price
$89
Savings
61%
Retail
$229
San Diego Deals

Grapes naturally exist in three forms: solid, liquid, and raisin. Imbibe the fruit's most drinkable state with today's Groupon: for $89, you get a four-hour chauffeured wine tour for one from Uncorked Tours in Temecula (a $229 value).

Uncorked Tours' chauffeured excursions ferry travelers to three of Temecula's renowned wineries in limo party coaches that boast sound systems and two flat-screen TVs. At each winery, customers sample five to six varietals and tour the establishment's barrel room, which provides a glimpse into how the wines lived before taking up residence in people’s insides. Between sipping opportunities, an on-board hostess keeps mouths busy with cheese, crackers, water, fruit, chocolate, and a champagne toast. In addition, she'll memorialize the happenings by taking 50 or more digital photos posted on Facebook for free downloading.


Dec 20 2011 by Groupon
Uncorked Tours

$50 Groupon to Voce Del Mare

$50 Groupon to Voce Del Mare
Price
$25
Savings
50%
Retail
$50
San Diego Deals

Italy has given us legendary works of art, from the evocative paintings of Caravaggio and da Vinci to the miniature meat sculptures of Boyardee. Admire edible Italian masterpieces with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of Italian dinner cuisine and drinks at Voce Del Mare.

Plying 16 different pasta dishes doused in house-made sauces, the chefs at Voce Del Mare foster gustatory glee with Italian cuisine during dinner. Inside the warmly lit dining room, servers dot white tablecloths with appetizers such as the caprese, a trio of mozzarella, tomato, and basil ($8.50). The chef's specialty lasagna napoletana ($17) bunk-beds ingredients one on top of the next, and the spaghetti paradiso's noodles ($19.50) entangle house-made pesto, scallops, and shrimp. Pancetta cloaks sautéed spinach and pan-seared diver scallops culled from Davy Jones’s kitchen cabinet in the scallops 081 ($26.50). Palates find sweet respite with the cannolo siciliano ($7), which pairs perfectly with tipples from an extensive wine list.

The gentle tinkling of ebony and ivory fills Voce Del Mare Thursday–Saturday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Delicate wrought-iron ferns creep up the white bar, giving way to slate-gray tiles and a smiling, solar-powered bartender. In the dining room, simple chandeliers illuminate dark wood furnishings, potted plants, and the latticework of wine-bottle holders.


Dec 19 2011 by Groupon
$50 Groupon to Voce Del Mare

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