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Hottest Hotel Deals – Edition #5 – October

Posted October 1, 2010 by BookingBuddy

With the weather starting to cool down, and the falling leaves turning beautiful shades of red and orange, October is the perfect month to treat yourself to a short break. If you’d like to check out the stunning autumn scenery in other cities, then check out these hotel deals below.

30% off at Executive Hotel Vintage Park, Vancouver

Don’t let the name fool you – the Executive Hotel is located in Vancouver’s Entertainment District, the perfect base for a funfilled holiday! Enjoy your break even more by saving 30% off your bill. (Found on expedia.co.uk. Check availability.)

 

£155/night at The Allerton Hotel, Chicago

The Allerton is right on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, not far from the great restaurants and shops on Navy Pier. Room prices start from only £155 a night right now (usual price £250). (Found on booking.com. Check availability.)

 

20% off at H10 Andalucia Plaza, Malaga

Soak up some sun at the H10 Andalucia Plaza in Malaga, and save 20% off your bill. (Found on hotels.com. Check availability.)

 

£75/night at Hotel Neutor, Salzburg

Enjoy Salzburg’s culture with a stay at the Hotel Neutor. Prices here currently start from only £75 per night (usual price £260/night). (Found on booking.com. Check availability.)

 

33% off at Hotel Midtown, Atlanta

You’ll be right inside Atlanta’s vibrant Midtown district when you stay at the Hotel Midtown. Make your break even more stress-free by saving 33% off your bill, when you book for at least one night. (Found on expedia.co.uk. Check availability.)

 

Breaks In Salzburg – Salzburg Hotels

Posted February 23, 2010 by BookingBuddy

Salzburg Mozart’s hometown is a firm favourite on many tourists’ itineraries, and there are several good reasons for it. With its many baroque buildings and carefully maintained gardens, the city is pretty as a picture, and can at times seem like it came straight off a film set. Movie buffs among you may recognise some of landmarks from The Sound of Music. Be sure to take some time out to sample some of the city’s food, and make room for dessert – the city is renowned for its variety of sweets and delicacies.

See
The Sound of Music Tour – Book yourself on a Sound of Music tour for a kitschy yet fun way to see the city’s sights. The extensive tour takes you around many of the original locations used in the movie. Hardcore fans can dress up as the Von Trapps or other characters and re-enact various scenes throughout the tour. Dance around the fountain in the Mirabell Palace and sing Do-Re-Mi, or pretend you’re a young Julie Andrews and walk through the Archbishop’s Residence while singing I Have Confidence. The tour also takes you to the Salzkammergut Lake District, with its fairytale castles and chocolate box towns.

Stay
NH Salzburg City – The clean, almost minimalist interior of this hotel is a stark contrast to the baroque architecture of most of the city. Visitors to Salzburg will find its city centre location very convenient. It is just a short walk to the famed Mirabell Gardens, and not much further to most other attractions. The rooms are large and modern, in keeping with the theme of the hotel. Room rates start at about £100.

Eat
Café Sacher – Indulge your sweet tooth at this old-fashioned coffeehouse on the banks of the Salzach. This little café, located in the Hotel Sacher, is perhaps most famous for being the birthplace of the Sachertorte – a delightfully dense chocolate cake. The café also serves other pastries, all made fresh in the bakery, but it is the Sachertorte that most people come here for. If you feel like you need something more substantial then dessert, ask for the small menu of hot and cold dishes. The Hotel also boasts a confectionery, where guests can’t get enough of the Sachertorte can get it delivered to them at home.

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