Here are five destinations where you can find great deals.
After the controversial Brexit vote, the pound slid against the dollar, making the United Kingdom more affordable. The Langham is offering four nights for the price of three until September 30. The Athenaeum is offering seven nights for the price of five for stays booked by April 30.
A weaker euro and continued terrorism worries have made the City of Light a destination for luxury-seeking visitors on a budget. Le Bristol’s “I Love Paris” offer includes a room upgrade, cocktails, and dinner at Michelinstarred Brasserie 114 Faubourg, all for $1,150 per night.
A lot of new hotels were built to accommodate the influx of tourists for the 2016 Summer Olympics, and now there’s an abundance of empty rooms. The Miramar Hotel by Windsor in Copacabana is offering a fourth night free and free breakfast through July 31.
Fears of the Zika virus have softened tourist demand, prompting some deals at oceanfront hotels. The Fontainebleau Miami Beach is offering the fourth night free and $300 in dining and spa credits through April, and the Shelborne is offering summer rates of $149 per night.
Following a dip in tourism owing to the Zika scare, hotels throughout the Caribbean are dropping prices to attract visitors. Kimpton’s new Seafire Resort & Spa, on Grand Cayman, is offering a fourth night free on summer stays booked by March 31.Source