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Hotels for the Chinese New Year: San Francisco's Clift is Celebrating Through March

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  Site Where: 495 Geary Street [map], San Francisco, CA, United States, 94102
February 3, 2011 at 9:31 AM | by | Comments (0)

Happy New Year! It's officially the year of the rabbit, and to celebrate that, China and the Chinatowns around the United States are making major celebrations today (watch for dancing dragons before crossing the road). Luckily for travelers who are San Francisco-bound, the city's hotels are in the spirit, and a certain deal at The Clift extends as far as the end of March.

Unfortunately it's not a room discount—although rooms start at $200 over the next few months—but a deal for complimentary extras when you check in. Until March 31, if you mention the Year of the Rabbit, you can choose to get a free dessert in the Velvet Room, half-off a second cocktail at the Redwood Room, or a free upgrade to the next best available room. Obviously the latter is the best deal; we don't know why they even bothered with the half-off cocktail crap.

To book The Clift, call 800.606.6090 or check them out online.

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Hotels for the Chinese New Year: Beijing's Opposite House

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  Site Where: No. 11 Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China, 100027
January 31, 2011 at 9:01 AM | by | Comment (1)

The Chinese New Year is on Thursday, and if you're heading to China for it, you know that like nothing will be operating properly and everyone will be celebrating. In other words, it's the perfect time for a little treat in the form of a couple nights away. For the next couple days, we'll be looking at some last-minute hotel for Chinese New Year:

Although they're all booked up for Friday night, the New Year itself and the weekend is still open at Beijing's Opposite House, starting from $300 per night. As with their sister hotel in Hong Kong—the Upper House—the Opposite House includes free WiFi, goodies in the minibar, and use of the room's tech goodies.

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