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Looking for the best deal on travel can require a good chunk of work — like checking various sites to make sure you are actually getting the best price or reading through all the fine print to see if there are any curveballs. But thanks to Priceline.com, you can rest assured that the dream trip you’re taking is the most affordable.
Booking with Priceline means you get flexible bookings. They understand that plans can change, so they offer free cancellations on most hotel and rental car reservations. And if you join their free VIP program, you can book with confidence knowing that you’re getting the best prices. In fact, loyalty program members who find a lower price somewhere else within 24 hours of booking, will be refunded the difference.
And if you find a better deal on an Express Deal by midnight before your traveling date, Priceline will refund you 200% of the difference – that’s some serious accountability. Throughout the process of booking, if you are a little lost or need help making changes, you’ll have access to 24 hour customer service. You can text, call or or chat for help as needed.
Without further ado, check out some of the best deals for a weekend summer getaway!
Vacation With a View
Hilton Niagara Falls-Fallsview Hotel – Suites in Niagara Falls, Canada
The Hilton Niagara Falls is a 4-star hotel decked out with all amenities — including a serious view. The hotel is connected to the casino by a heated and air-conditioned glass walkway, giving you a perfect reason and route to stop by the casino in your down time. On site, you’ll find an indoor pool and three restaurants, but there are additional points of interest and attractions outside of the hotel. Just 2.4 miles away, you can head to the Canada outlet mall for some retail therapy or drive 5 minutes to Rainbow Bridge.
A Little Bit of Everything
Intercontinental at Doral Miami in Miami, Florida
You can’t beat the energy of Miami. Whether you’re treating your taste buds to a variety of excellent food, checking out the vibrant nightlife or experiencing the cultural immersion of Cuba, there is always something to do in this city. Plus, there’s plenty of art. You can find street art all around areas like Wynwood and Little Havana or make a trip in December to Art Basel, one of the largest art fairs in the world.
The Intercontinental is a brand name in of itself, so you know you’re getting the best during your stay. The hotel is only seven miles from the airport and close to both International Mall and Dolphin Mall. Even better, the hotel has a free shuttle that can take you to both of them.
Within the hotel, you’ll have access to the lush outdoor pool — and if you need to take care of some business, there is a 24-hour business center also available.
Hilton Cancun in Cancun, Mexico
If you’re the type of person who puts cleanliness next to godliness, the Hilton Cancun should be on your list of places to visit. Guests who have visited gave it a cleanliness rating of 9.3 out of 10 and they gave the hotel an overall rating of 8.2 out of 10. Pretty impressive.
When you think of Cancun, you might think of spring break, but the Hilton Cancun is also a family-friendly hotel. One of their amenities include a kid’s club, children’s playground and — drumroll please — babysitting services.
More About Priceline
Founded in 1997, Priceline started off as a small startup. The company was founded on the grounds of wanting to ensure that people could travel and travel for less. They call traveling one of life’s greatest joys and want to encourage a life where people want to take restful vacations, visit friends and family, experience new places and revisit old favorites. And of course, the goal is to be able to do it on a budget. What began as an airline-centered company has become a one-stop-shop where customers can book flights, hotels, rental cars and even cruises.
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