Southeast Asia, anyone? Singapore Airlines, one of our favorites because of its superb customer service, is having a sale on roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, and New York to twenty-six major southeast destinations including: Singapore, Manila, Bangkok, Phuket, Bali, Kuala Lumpur, Saigon and more. The price? Around $949 if booked by March 2 for departures from March 1 through May 18. (Via Frommer’s)
According to Travel + Leisure, “a ski trip to the spectacular Italian Dolomites is…as affordable as a trip to the Rockies” with the World on Skis package. Starting at $1095 per person, this special includes roundtrip airfare between New York, Boston, or Chicago and Venice, roundtrip airport transfers between Venice and Cortina d’Ampezzo (a mountain town located two hours by car from Venice), seven nights’ hotel accommodations and daily breakfast. Book by April 9, 2011 for travel between March 19 and April 9. (Via Travel + Leisure)
Want to visit all four major Hawaiian islands? The bad news is that inter-island airfare will run you at least $100 per person per island. The good news is the Cruise Experts are offering a cut-rate price from $762 to $794 per person for a seven-night cruise that includes accommodations, meals and entertainment. Islands on the agenda include one night on Honolulu, two nights on Maui, one night on Kilauea, one night on Kona and one night on Kauai. Eligible departure dates: August 27, September 10 and 24, October 29, November 5 and 26, and December 3 and 10. Mahalo! (Via Frommer’s)
In celebration of February’s National Heart Month, the Affinia Dumont boutique hotel on Midtown Manhattan’s East Side is discounting $1 for every push-up completed within thirty seconds. What an original and healthy promotion! The special offer is good for stays from February 4-March 31, 2011, excluding Saturdays. Rates during these dates run from $169 to $199 — quite an impressive price point considering the hotel is highly rated on TripAdvisor, with an average four stars out of five. (Via USA Today Travel)
About Melody Demel
Melody is Senior Manager, PR for Boingo Wireless, where she is responsible for media relations, brand building and thought leadership initiatives. Melody is a die-hard Nebraska Cornhuskers fan and retired NCAA DI college field hockey player.