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If you are looking for a city that would allow you to feast your senses on a diverse range of cultural, historical, culinary and natural experiences, Toronto is your ideal destination. Situated on the shore of the breathtaking Lake Ontario, Toronto, well-known for recognized landmarks such as the CN Tower, Chinatown and the Royal Museum, has plenty to offer all its visitors no matter their preferences, budget and purpose of visit. What's more, a diverse range of accommodations designed for every budget allows you to recharge your batteries before you proceed to engage in everything that the city has to offer. Travelers on a shoestring or modest budget would be heartened to discover a good selection of cheap Toronto hotels located in the downtown area or outskirts, thereby allowing you to save more money for your exciting adventures in Toronto. Cheap hotels in Toronto - offering a superior guest experience for less For some, knowing that there are many budget accommodations located throughout Toronto may not be quite enough. On the topmost of many of your minds might be the quality of the experience and the accessibility of these hotels to all of your favourite attractions, traits that do not usually come with affordable prices. However, the budget hotels in Toronto are known to deliver a sterling guest experience on top of comfortable accommodation, an attractive value package that you may not usually expect from this price category of accommodations. Not only are the amenities adequate and the service warm and friendly, even the accessibility of these hotels do not pale in comparison with respect to their more pricey luxury counterparts. The cheap hotels in downtown Toronto place you within easy access of the most popular attractions such as the CN Tower and major conference facilities, while the hotels at the outskirts also do not disappoint as they are located close to some of Toronto's most unique attractions such as Canada's Wonderland, Canada's largest theme park, in Vaughan. You are thus guaranteed a value deal and the time of your life, with the best rates available for you to enjoy if you book online in advance. Downtown Toronto hotels - bringing you the most competitive value When you think of hotels in downtown areas, accessibility and convenience would usually come to mind. However, you can expect to get even more from the downtown hotels in Toronto, as they are known to be among the most economical in North America, providing guests with unparalleled service and amenities at relatively affordable rates. For example, you can even get your laundry done in the evenings at these hotels. More importantly, you will never be far away from where you need to be if you stay in the downtown, as Toronto's extensive public transportation network, such as the GO Transit and the Toronto Transit Commission, will take you there quickly and efficiently. Longing for some action? With the numerous events and festivals happening throughout the year, such as the glitzy Toronto International Film Festival in Yorkville, there would always be something exciting to look forward to when you are in town. Are you an avid supporter of the Toronto Blue Jays or a concert act performing in town? There are several cheap hotels near the famed Rogers Centre where you can stay in to remain in close proximity to the action. Or are you a die-hard shopaholic who cannot wait to shop till you drop in Toronto? Then a stay nearby Eaton Centre, a large scale shopping and dining hotspot, is recommended so you can indulge in retail therapy without having to travel long distances.

It doesn't matter which tourism hot spot you travel to in the world, everyone wants to find the best deals and rates during their trip to help make the vacation a little easier on the pocket book. More than 11 million people visit Niagara Falls every year and out of those, millions stay in local hotels for several days, take many tours of landmarks and also ride on the numerous attractions in the area. If these visitors time their vacations for the right time and look in just the right places, they may be able to take advantage of special deals and discounts available to them. Below I have listed some of the more popular ways to find great deals during your visit to Niagara Falls. Off Season Discount: Niagara Falls is a year round destination. There are many things to do and see in every season and although tourism is greatest in the Summer months, there are still a significant number of visitors during the other months. Many establishments such as restaurants, hotels and attractions see the number of visitors traveling to the Falls in the off season months and have decided to remain open year round and offer lower rates instead of closing down for the winter. This is great news for anyone traveling to Niagara Falls during the Fall, Winter and Spring months. When booking your trip through a hotel website, many will have their winter pricing already included in the pricing. For the restaurants, it is a good idea to call ahead and ask what deals they are offering and make reservations. Some places may not offer any specific deals for off season but instead create an entire menu with the lower prices listed. The same thing goes for the attractions in the city. Attractions Pass: For quite some time now, the Niagara Parks Commission, the company that runs many of the attractions in Niagara Falls, has offered what is called the Adventure Pass. There are two passes actually, one for the winter and one for the summer and both offer a great deal on several Niagara Parks Attractions. The winter Pass: The winter pass will allow visitors instant access to Niagara's Fury, the Butterfly Conservatory and the Journey Behind the Falls. This pass will save adults a little over 20 dollars and children will be 11 dollars cheaper. The Summer Adventure Pass: With more attractions open to the public in the summer this pass is even better, offering greater deals on more things such as the Maid of the Mist, the Whirlpool Aero Car, Journey behind the falls and Butterfly Conservatory. The savings are comparable to the winter pass. Hotel Deals: If you are planning to stay in a hotel during your visit you may want to shop around and see which ones are offering the best deals. Most will offer a package of some sort but the price of the package and what it offers is going to depend on the hotel you choose. Most hotels will offer lower rates during the Fall and Winter months, some even drop their prices by as much as $200 compared to their peak season. Other offers include free parking, free or discounted dinners, free shows like the Greg Frewin Magic show or the "Oh Canada Eh!" dinner theatre and show. Other hotels affiliated with the Fallsview Casino Resort may offer Guest pick up services and even casino gaming tokens as an incentive to stay. These deals are not always advertised on their sites and can only be taken advantage of if you call the hotel directly and ask. Local Rates: This is something that is never advertised but many in the area know about. The so called local rates are a small way of the various hotels, restaurants and attractions to give back to the community that they are located in. With it, local residents can often see an attraction, eat at a restaurant and even stay at a hotel if they want for slightly lower than normal rates. These rates don't usually apply during the absolute peak season but are generally a great way to see and do things in the Falls for a cheaper rate. If you know someone who lives in the Niagara area they may be able to help you get into some of the attractions as discounted rates as long as you don't travel at peak times and there isn't more than 4 or five of you at a time. Visitor Center: A great way to find deals in Niagara Falls is to visit one of the Visitor Centers provided. Here you will be able to speak with a person knowledgeable about the area and you will also be able to find many time sensitive coupons or deals for various restaurants and attractions. Many deals are only good for the specific days that you are visiting and therefore a visit to one of these centers will give you the best access to these deals. Remember to have fun. The object to visiting a new place for the first time is to take in the experience and enjoy being in a place you have never been to before. If you don't manage to find a deal on every attraction or restaurant you visit, don't sweat it, you are still going to have a ball and gain memories that will last you a lifetime. Enjoy!

The resorts, cruise lines and tour agencies are sensitive to economic woes, so they are cutting their prices down like I have never seen in my 20 years in this business. Whether you are looking for a family vacation, maybe a Romantic Getaway or a trip with your friends, my top picks for this week fit all of the above! I found 6 incredible deals that fit different travelers' needs. 1) Barbados All Inclusive, Barbados Beach Club: The deal of the century: $399 per person includes airfare, 5 nights hotel including food, drink and entertainment! The Barbados Beach Club is located directly on the beach of the scenic south coast, a stone's throw away from the very best in shopping and nightlife. This all inclusive offers three restaurants, nightly entertainment and a dedicated area for families. The main hotel is for singles and couples, this resort carefully separated the families from the rest so everyone has an environment to fit their needs. Barbados Beach Club mealtimes are leisurely and informal at the Poolside Restaurant and bar. The main restaurant is open 7 days weekly and serves buffet breakfast, lunch, dinner and evening tea. On Sundays, enjoy the Bajan Brunch Buffet with delectable local dishes ... simply described as the best buffet in Barbados. If you are looking for something quieter and more upscale, Benvenuti! Venetos serves á la carte Italian cuisine or overlooking the Caribbean Sea, Sea Rocks Restaurant offers a unique dining experience with impeccable service. 2) Jamaica All Inclusive, Fun Holiday Beach Resort, Negril, Jamaica: I have been going to Negril for 15 years and what I love most about it is I still feel that REAL Jamaica feeling, there are still shops that are shacks with native food, music and drink. Yes, Negril has become more touristy over the years, but there is still an ambiance of Island Reggae making you feel that you have left civilization for a calmer, simpler life. Negril is also one of the best beaches in all of the Caribbean. Across from the beach, The Fun Holiday Resort is a simple all inclusive resort in a good location offering Fun Time Band for live reggae 2 nights a week at the beach restaurant that features seafood and Jamaican cuisine! For more late night fun, check out the disco across the street! On premises car, jeep, jet- ski and scooter rentals for when you aren't spending time in your air conditioned room watching the cable TV or listening to the optional CD player or ordering Room Service from the beach restaurant! All food and drinks in the restaurants are included. $499 per person includes airfare to Jamaica, transfer to the hotel, 7 nights hotel, food, drink, and some activities. You can not leave Negril without taking a ride to Rick's café - where there is cliff diving and some of the most beautiful sun sets I have ever seen. 3) Exclusives at Club Med and SuperClubs: For those who do not know about these two chains, Club Med is an all inclusive (not including soda or alcoholic drinks) that has a property to fit every person. Properties are categorized as singles, couples (adults only) and families. The family Club Meds are the best for children, with continuous activities for all. Club Med is also known for very unique sports and activities. Currently Pavlus Travel is offering exclusive specials as low as $333 per person. All 2008 Club Med vacations are on sale! SuperClubs also offer all inclusives for all needs. Unlike Club Med, Super Club includes alcoholic beverages. Super Club has Grand Lido, an amazing adult "spa" resort, that is quite simply, heavenly! Breezes and Star Fish are for families, especially fun for the little ones and Hedonism is one of the best known singles getaways. Pavlus Travel is offering 12% off all SuperClub land packages - you can't find that anywhere! 4) Atlantis, Paradise Island: Even the more upscale resorts like Atlantis in Paradise Island is offering air fare credits, 35% off regular rates and meal plan deals for children. Atlantis is perfect for families, with the Aqua Tots program for children 3-12, Discovery Kids Adventure and the Atlantis Kids' Club; children's pools throughout the property, in room babysitting and a "Gentle Travel" kit for babies including tips from Dr.Trachtenberg, a lullaby CD, a nightlight and variety of JOHNSON'S© best baby products. Don't worry; this is also a singles/couples without children destination as well. This large resort and casino which dominates the island's real estate, is a mega-plex of fun and excitement. They have everything for those of us that feel that money is no object (they house one of the world's most expensive hotel suites in the world - $25,000 per night) to those of us that are more price savvy. The Caribbean's largest casino offers over 1,000 of the newest slot machines each equipped with state of the art player tracking system. Atlantis features 21 restaurants and 19 bars and lounges offering everything from fine dining to quick-and-easy favorites. When you venture outside to the grounds, immerse yourself in water experiences unlike any other. Innovative new slides and rides that redefine water fun allow guests to enjoy the water in a variety of ways all day long without ever leaving it. So, what is the deal? This luxurious resort usually runs around $300- $400 per night. Currently they are offering 35% off plus $200 Air Credit when you book 3nts or more. There are also deep savings with the kids dining plan where kids 6 and under eat free, this will save tons of money if you take advantage of it. A 3nt package is only $339 per adult, use code XDH386. 5) Family Friendly Resorts at Shell Vacations Hospitality: These unique resorts are great for families, however, don't turn away if you do not have children; these resorts have something for everyone. If you want to stay in the U.S. for your Summer/Fall vacation, consider staying at one of the Shell Hospitality resorts. Currently they are offering 15% of their regular rates plus a $15 gas card to help you out with driving around. Resorts are located in California, Arizona, Hawaii, Texas, Nevada and Canada. Teach the kids some history and take the family to the Alamo staying at Hill Country Inn & Suites at Salado Creek Villas. This is a seven acre resort with a Texas Hill Country charm and comfortable accommodations such as ranch style porches, 2 oversized Jacuzzis surrounded by lush garden greenery, daily continental breakfast, outdoor swimming pool, children's playground and barbecue grills and picnic tables throughout the property. 6) Orlando Vacations: When we say Orlando, we think Disney, Universal, Sea World, and tons of other family entertainment fun. Yes, there are tons of expenses on this trip - so the hotel really can not be one of them. So you want to be on Disney property because it is convenient and easy, but think it is too expensive? I found a deal for $89 per night inside Disney, including breakfast and up to $200 off in half price Gas. Stay inside of Disney with continuous shuttles to all the Disney parks, FREE continental breakfast for two guests each day, a $25 Food and Beverage Credit to be used at the hotel plus other great Best Western amenities like free wireless internet throughout the hotel and private balconies to relax on. For those who want a more upscale hotel, the famed Swan & Dolphin is offering amazing holiday, Summer and Fall rates.

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