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Cheap Loews Hotel Suite Nights on Sale Today at Noon

by on April 25, 2011 · 0 comments

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Today’s installment of Discover America: Daily Getaways are discounted Loews stay certificates. I’ve never actually stayed at a Loews hotel, but they seem pretty nice. Today at noon, there will be a limited number of packages of pre-paid room nights, some in suites, that can save you a lot of money. Note: These certificates must be used by November 15, 2011, so don’t purchase them if you don’t have plans to use them this year.

$222 for 1 night in a suite in the following cities: Atlanta, Nashville, Annapolis, New Orleans, Denver, Philadelphia, Quebec City, Montreal.
$300 for 1 night in a suite in the following properties:

  • Loews Coronado Bay Resort
  • Loews Ventana Canyon Resort
  • Loews Lake Las Vegas Resort
  • Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando®
  • Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando®
  • The Don CeSar, a Loews Hotel

$350 for 1 night in a suite in the following properties: Santa Monica, New York, Miami

Remember, pay with an American Express credit card and save 10%. The certificates include room rate and tax, so these are actually a pretty amazing deal – $315 for a night in a spacious suite in NYC is almost unheard of (barring using elite status or points to get upgraded or bribing the check-in agent).

Loews does have a frequent guest program, which looks basic, but actually provides decent benefits like free internet after your second stay. However, per the T&C of these certificates “Loyalty points (YouFirst) and airline mileage will not be awarded in conjunction with this offer.” However, you may be able to get stay credit to help achieve elite status. Can’t hurt to ask!

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