Vacationist: NYC, Caribbean, and Ireland!
Vacationist: New York City, the Caribbean, Ireland
City, beach, and countryside—this week, Vacationist has it all. From a room in a Midtown Manhattan skyscraper for $165 a night (what a steal!) to 48% off rates at LaSource in Grenada, and even a week at an Irish estate for more than half off, we’ve got your “travel more” New Year’s resolution covered. Coming up soon: Hotel deals in Northern California, London, Miami Beach, and more.
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- The Carlton Hotel up to 30% off
- New York, New York
- he Carlton, a tribute to 19th-century New York opulence, has been pared down for the present after undergoing major renovations in 2008. The Murray Hill boutique hotel seamlessly weaves old—the restored grape-and-trellis-motif Tiffany stained-glass dome, for one—with new, such as a two-story waterfall wall in the lobby. All is tightly tailored, not least in the 317 rooms, in dusty blues and browns, with white crown moldings, ivory leather headboards, and symmetrically arranged pillows atop extra-comfy beds…. (Sale ends in 6 days)
- LaSourceup to 48% off
- St. George, Grenada
- A typical stay for guests at LaSource averages about 12 days, if that's any indication of an unforgettable vacation. The 100-room property sprawls on 40 acres, tucked away on the sublime Pink Gin beach. It's a secluded paradise (set within an enclave of tropical gardens) with swaying palms, three swimming pools, four restaurants, three bars, and access to a nine-hole golf course. All the guest rooms have a colonial feel that embraces the island's history. Expect louvered windows and hand-carved mahogany furniture, including four-poster king-size beds. (Sale ends in 4 days)
- Lismacue Houseup to 53% off
- Bansha, Ireland
- A family-owned estate for 306 years, the privately rented Lismacue House is a well-maintained Georgian country home on 200 green acres in Tipperary, Ireland. Travelers arrive via a lime tree-lined driveway and are greeted at the home's grand entrance by proprietor Kate Nicholson, whose family has owned the grounds since 1704. Personalized service continues from there, from tea and scones by a roaring fire upon arrival to after-dinner liqueurs every evening…. (Sale ends in 5 days)