Travelzoo: Travelsmart with Gabe Saglie- San Diego and more

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Travelzoo reporter Gabe Saglie joins us with this weeks hottest travel deals.

Travaasa Hana
Posh, upscale resort ranked as the #1 Hawaii hotel in Conde Nast Traveler’s Gold List
Hotel is located in Hana, at the end of the famous, spectacular drive along the Hana Highway and offers guests unlimited activities like ypga, Plates, hula lessons and bike tours

Accommodations are in secluded, plantation-style residences sprinkled along the coastline, and property features 2 outdoor pools, beach access and a tropical restaurant/lounge

  • $999 for 3-night stay (Reg. $1750)
    • Deal features accommodations in a Suite (w/private lanai), $100 per-person spa and activity credit, $50 dining credit and 2 r/t flights from Maui’s main airport (Kahului) to Hana Airport

Travel through May

MacArthur Place Inn & Spa
Deluxe 4-Star property located 4 blocks from historic Sonoma Plaza and set on 7 acres of gardens filled with original sculptures

Property was originally a prestigious vineyard and working ranch and now is home to the famed Saddles steakhouse, set in a beautifully restored historic barn

Guests enjoy twice-daily housekeeping

  • $179/nt. (Reg. $289)
    • Inc. breakfast, nightly wine/cheese reception, 2 Sonoma Valley Wine Trail passes ($40 value) and $25 spa credit

 Travel Dec.-March

Rancho Bernardo Inn
San Diego
Deluxe red-rood adobe 4-Star resort on Travel & Leisure’s 2013 World’s Best Hotels list
Hotel boasts a championship golf course, 3 pools, a swanky spa and acres of Mediterranean gardens
Bernardo Winery — the oldest in Southern California — is less than 3 miles away and downtown San Diego attractions are 25 minutes from this countryside retreat

  • $129/nt. (60% off)
    • Inc. breakfast, welcome cocktails and valet parking

 Travel through Feb. 13

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