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Luxury Hotels for Less Than $200 Nightly

November 26th, 2010 by The JetSetter Team | Comments Off on Luxury Hotels for Less Than $200 Nightly

luxury hotelsIf you’re shocked

that a luxury hotel might go for as much as $200 per night, nice to meet you, our name is reality and we’re here to let you in on a secret. There are plenty of places to bed down around this big blue marble that charge well over one thousand dollars for the privilege of sleeping. The kernel of information that might have escaped you is that an enterprising Jetsetter can find top shelf hotels for less than $200 nightly. Here are a few you might be so inclined to check out.

1. Las Brisas, Acapulco, Mexico: This romantic hideaway enjoys a reputation as a classy resort that has remained above the fray of new hoteliers populating this Mexican tourist destination. Las Brisas offers 210 pools, breakfast delivered to your door, welcome margaritas, and access to their private beach club. Be careful not to bump into Robin Leach. He’s getting up there in years now and might mistake you for a Kardashian.

2. Hotel Telegraaf, Tallinn, Estonia: Though officially settled in 8500 B.C., the country of Estonia only gained its independence from a crumbling Soviet empire in 1991. Hotel Telegraaf is part of what is no longer such a quiet little secret – Eastern European luxury at low prices. Cobblestone streets, sidewalk cafes, and medieval architecture is a good thing.

3. Ayana Resort and Spa, Bali: For the newbie world traveler, Bali is known for many things but low prices is not one of them. That’s why we think the Ayana is such a great deal. Yes, you can drop more than $200 a night for a cliffside villa with a private garden but even the less expensive rooms are large and offer private balconies. Come on, you know you wanna Bali.

4. The Venetian, Las Vegas, Nevada: Yes, you can surely find plenty of $87 a night lodging in Sin City. The trick is finding one which is not some sort of slick scam. You want something that offers a real bang for your buck. For a little more than $87 but still less than $200, you can stay in this posh “suites only” luxury hotel and resort and even browse the Grand Canal Shoppes by gondola. Yes, we did say gondola. In a desert.

There are more of these incredible luxury hotels at bargain prices to be found and maybe we’ll let you in on some more in the near future. For now, keep in mind that you don’t have to luck out on a last minute sell-’em-all deal to score a few nights of sweet Jetsetter lodging.

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