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From Fashionistas to Politicos and Yoginis, There's a Hotel Deal for Everyone This Week

August 21, 2012 at 5:13 PM | by | ()

Deals: you want 'em, and surprisingly, everyone has 'em. Take a look at some of the latest hotel deals going around the internet today from booking sites, social media sites, flash sale sites and more. Don't forget to scroll down to see the HotelChatter-approved deal either. Who knows? You might just find what you're looking for. (But don't forget to tell us about your stay!)

Looking for Labor Day Hotel Deals? We'll have another round-up of these tomorrow!

· Fashionable Hotel Stays for Less During Fashion Night Out: Once again, fashion week is descending on New York City and if you plan on being in the Big Apple for the annual Fashion Night Out (September 6th) consider booking your hotel through NYC and Company, the city's official tourism organization. That's because NYC & Co. has partnered with several hotels for special deals like 30% off a Studio King room at 6 Columbus (above) with complimentary WiFi, welcome fruit amenity and 2pm check-out.

Or you can splurge for a stay at the Hotel Plaza Athenee and get a deluxe guestroom, with one-way transfer to fashion tents, a Valmont 50-minute facial for two, personal shopping services at Bloomingdale's and continental breakfast for two. (Total cost $1,175 including gratuity for breakfast and the facial.)

While you can scope out these deals online here, most of them cannot be redeemed online. Instead call the hotel and reference the promo code found on the NYC & Co. website. The deals are good from now through September 6. Work it!

· Down in DC, Get Ready for the Election: Switching from fashion to politics, The Liaison Capitol Hill, an Affinia Hotel has put together a "Swing Into The Election" package starting at $159 and includes, a newly redesigned guestroom customized by you via MyAffinia.com; two welcome drinks from the "Swing States" cocktail menu upon arrival; a Walking Tour Kit and a list of political sites plus fun facts about past elections; daily newspaper and free internet for keeping up with the campaign or inaugural events; and First Lady cookies and milk (Michelle Obama's White and Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies or Ann Romney's M&M's Cookies.) The package is good through January 17 but must be be booked by Election Day which is November 6. Go online at www.affinia.com/election or call 866-246-2203 and mention promo code VOTE12.

· Do Some Posing, Yoga Posing, at The Loden Vancouver: We had no idea next month is International Yoga Month but the Loden Hotel in Vancouver did. For $259 a night, the "Eat, Stay, Love" package gives guests an in-room yoga mat, dedicated yoga channel, unlimited access to the Loden’s infrared sauna, daily in-room orange juice delivery and Garden Terrace room accommodations. You can even add on a private yoga session with a professional trainer for another $125. The package is good through September 30. Go online at www.theloden.com or call (604) 669-5060 to book.

· A New Deal for a New Look at The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe: After a $20 million resort-wide makeover with $45,000 invested in each guestroom, the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe is ready to show off its new look. To celebrate, it's giving guests 15 percent off the daily rate, 15 percent off any treatment at the Stillwater Spa and 15 percent off Camp Hyatt, the kids program. The savings are good from September 4-December 20. Use promo code HRLT45 to book online at www.laketahoe.hyatt.com.

· Conde Nast Traveler Puts The World on Sale: Right now, Conde Nast Traveler has 32 amazing trips on sale for about 65 percent off the regular price (Make that 30 as the Abu Dhabi and Mexico trips are now sold-out). These trips promise you the dream vacation you've been looking for--whether it be adventure, city or just vegging out on a beach. Aside from giving you a dream trip plotted out by expert trip specialists, the World on Sale also discounts your United airfare by 20 percent and gives you United Club airport lounge access from start to finish. For more info on how these trips came to be, read Wendy Perrin's blog here. To book your trip, don't wait! Do it here.
Note: Conde Nast Traveler (nor HotelChatter) is making any money off of these trips. The point is purely to save you curious trip-seekers some dough.

*PEOPLE: As always, read the fine print before you book. Several flash sale sites require full payment at the time of booking and offer no refunds. Other sites have strict cancellation policies. Be sure to read all of these before you hand over your credit card. Or we will spank you. And not in a "hurt so good" way.

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