DALLAS, Aug. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Travelers looking for great deals this Labor Day holiday can save as much as 50% with getaroom.com (www.getaroom.com). The Company announced special rates in major destinations including Orlando with rates as low as $40; San Francisco from $99; New Orleans from $67; Washington, DC from $99; Miami Beach from $80 and Las Vegas from $48. Travelers booking accommodations for two or more nights by August 31, 2009 for stays through December 31, 2009 via its toll-free call center at 1-800-HOTELS-8 can also receive a $25 rebate.
"Travelers looking to get away this Labor Day holiday weekend, which is often called the final weekend of summer, have great options. There are amazing deals to be had, whether they choose to see the sights in their own hometown or want to escape to a locale they only dreamed about. Now is the time to take advantage of these great low rates and our rebate offer," said Bob Diener, co-founder and President of getaroom.com.
A sample of getaroom.com's special rates include:
- Orlando from $40 at the Seralago;
- Downtown Disney from $62 at the Regal Sun;
- San Francisco from $99 at the Pickwick;
- Washington, DC from $99 at the Virginia Suites;
- New Orleans from $67 at the Parc St. Charles;
- Miami Beach from $80 at the Circa39;
- Las Vegas from $48 at The Orleans.
Getaroom.com provides travelers a state-of-the-art lodging website (www.getaroom.com) which offers travelers the lowest hotel rates on the Internet. Clients calling its toll-free call center at 800-HOTELS-8 (800-468-3578) can also receive the benefits of unpublished pricing, with rates typically 10 to 25 percent less than published rates on its site and other Internet sites and as much as 50 percent less. There is full disclosure about the property at time of booking including the hotel name and exact location. Getaroom.com offers accommodations at hundreds of national chain and independent boutique properties in the U.S. including New York, Orlando, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Washington, DC, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, Anaheim, San Diego and Reno.