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Amex runs ski and warm-weather destinations offer

Posted by Paul Kandarian  November 16, 2011 08:29 AM

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American Express Travel is running hot and cold - offers. The online booking service announced savings of up to 30 percent at ski resorts and warm-weather destinations through Dec. 11 with it's "November Everyday Hotel Offer." Travelers booking by then through American Express Travel get savings at a number of resorts in the United States and Canada and warm-weather sites in the U.S. and Caribbean. Travel must be completed by April 12, 2012 and the offer is only bookable online.

In addition to the discounts of up to 30 percent on rooms, travelers get select amenities such as spa passes, room upgrades and food and drink credits. Some of the properties in the promotion are: Seven Stars Resort, Turks and Caicos, rates start at $527 a night with fourth night free and $100 resort credit; The Sebastian Vail, Vail, Colorado, rates start at $179 a night with one free night offer and $25 spa credit; and Hard Rock, San Diego, rates start at $199 with free night offers and upgrades.

For information on all offers, visit http://leisure.americanexpress-travel.com/Promotions/0,,AMEX%7C6808%7Chotels_main,00.html

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