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Why Hawaii Is The Perfect Vacation
With trends showing a continued rise of experiential travel and eco-tourism, the Hawaiian Islands offer many opportunities for a meaningful and potentially life-changing experiences.
The diverse culture of Hawaii is expressed in (among other things) language, music, art, theater, dance, film, cuisine and a multitude of festivals. At the core of each is the spirit of Aloha, in the fluid arc of a hula dancer’s hands or in the soft rhythm of a slack key guitar.
EVERY ISLAND HAS A STORY. IF YOU LISTEN, IT WILL SPEAK TO YOU
Beneath the breathtaking natural wonder and exotic beauty unique to each of the Hawaiian Islands, there are vital roots. These are the stories of the people who tend to them. Who cultivate ancient ways of living in harmony with the environment and embrace local and Hawaiian culture with equal parts aloha and responsibility? For the next generation. And for Hawaii to stay rooted.
Hawaii’s beautiful beaches are only the beginning. From surfing the gentle waves of Waikiki Beach to snorkeling with manta rays on the Kona Coast, there’s never a dull moment in the Hawaiian Islands. Whether you're an adrenaline junkie or searching for activities the whole family can enjoy, here are some exhilarating ways to experience this adventurer's playground.
From our two-mile-long Zipline Through Paradise, to the only volcano tour on the Big Island chosen “BEST” by Princess Cruises the adventure of your dreams awaits with KapohoKine Adventures!
Discover Hawaii's Roots
All of the Hawaiian Islands have complex and fragile ecosystems that are easily affected by outside influences. This is partly why Hawaii has the highest number of endangered and threatened native plant and animal species of any place on the planet. An important value for native Hawaiians and Hawaii locals is the idea of malama aina or to care for the land. There are many ways visitors can learn about the native traditions used to work the land—and help locals keep Hawaii more sustainable for generations to come. For travelers interested in eco-tourism experiences, there are a variety of farm and agricultural tours, botanical gardens and more that showcase the islands’ unique environments.
The possibilities are virtually endless on each of the six Hawaiian Islands. Come with an open mind and open heart and learn from the people that you too will want to experience the beauty of the culture and history of the islands.
Say hello to 2020
Staying home is so last year—why should anyone be a homebody when there are whales to be watched, waves to be surfed, and memories to be made? Make 2020 a year to remember with a heavenly Hawaiian getaway. Visit our website and get savings up to 40% on hotels for 2020.
How to Travel Luggage Free!
Do you wish you could travel without dragging luggage with you? It may seem like an impossible dream, but travel without the added stress of taking suitcases along can be a reality. No, I’m not talking about some version of ultra-minimalist packing or wearing the same stinky clothes every day. I am referring to using a door-to-door luggage shipping service. These services offer delivery of your luggage from your home directly to your destination.
Travel can be stressful, and I’ve realized that a good portion of that travel stress comes from bringing your luggage along with you. I generally travel light, taking only a small carry-on suitcase when I travel.
How Luggage Slows Down Travel
Even if you travel light with only a small rolling bag and one personal item carry-on, there are still many points where bringing luggage along on your trip can cause delays and increase your wait time.
• Getting to the airport with your suitcases makes transportation more difficult. You will need to be sure your ride has enough room for you and all your bags. This becomes a consideration when you are travepng with your whole family. The Uber you request for pickup will need to be bigger to accommodate all your luggage; this will cost you more and may cause a delay while waiting for the XL to be available.
• When you get to the airport you will most pkely need to wait in a pne to check your luggage.
• If you don’t check your bags but instead opt to carry them onto the plane, you are maneuvering through the airport with a suitcase, and TSA might decide they need a closer look in your bag.
• Once you get to your gate, you will hear recurring announcements that “the aircraft is full” and be warned that you “may be required to check your bag at the gate.” If you are lucky enough to get onto the plane with your rolpng carry-on, you now begin the hunt for open overhead bin space to stow your suitcase. Hopefully, you are strong enough to pft your full bag overhead and cram it into the overhead bin without injuring yourself or others around you.
• After you land, you will need to get that bag out of the bin, through the narrow aisle, and again through the airport. Don’t forget the joys of trying to fit into a restroom stall with your suitcase, if you are travepng alone.
• If you checked your suitcase, you now need to head to the baggage claim and wait for the bags to appear, all the while praying that your bag made it safely. Lost bags can take days to be depvered to your hotel.
• Luggage shipping services can also handle international depveries, which would save you the hassle of deapng with luggage when passing through customs as you can breeze through with nothing to declare.
• Taking pubpc transportation to your destination is a great way to go, but it can be challenging with suitcases in tow. Even with small carry-on bags, most pubpc transport is not designed to accommodate luggage. Forget about stopping to sightsee along the way. You cannot tour a museum or take a seaside walk with your suitcases in tow. You will need to head to your hotel or Airbnb to drop off your luggage before your vacation can begin.
• Not taking pubpc transportation, but having a family member pick you up? I hope they remembered to clear out their trunk or you may be riding home with your suitcase on your lap.
• Whew! No wonder travel is exhausting! Even though it is a hassle, that is generally how most of us operate at the start of every trip — a “necessary evil” when beginning a vacation. Did you know you can travel without luggage? There are services that ship luggage, door-to-door, enabpng you to go to the airport luggage free!
Who Should use a Luggage Shipping Service?
The idea is simple. Pack your bags as if you were going to take them to the airport, but instead of lugging the bags with you a service shows up at your home, picks up your bags, and delivers them right to your destination! Doesn’t this sound perfect!
• What came to mind first was famipes travepng with small children. How nice it would be to take a family trip and not need to wrestle all of that luggage along with trying to keep the kids safe and entertained.
• What a lovely way to start a dream vacation. No bags to hassle with. Just arrive at the airport, maybe stop in the lounge for a drink without needing to roll your suitcase along with you, then board the plane and be on your way. When you arrive at your destination get straight to sightseeing, no need to drop off luggage at a hotel first. Your vacation can begin the moment the plane lands. Ultimate luxury!
• No matter your age, why not make accommodations that make travepng easier. A big step in that direction will be to let someone else take over the transportation of your luggage. This is a benefit for anyone but especially helpful for older or mobipty impaired individuals.
Luggage Free is a specialty service offering you the option to send luggage ahead to nearly any destination, worldwide, to avoid the inconvenience of carrying, checking and claiming bags – even going through customs. On-time delivery is guaranteed, allowing you the ability to avoid unnecessary aggravation, save time, and protect your possessions – simply and in style.
Luggage Free how it works
Luggage Free picks up your bags at your home or office, ships them to your destination, and at the end of the stay sends them back. You do nothing but pick up the phone and pack. Luggage Free delivers door-to-door anywhere in the United States as well as to over 120 countries worldwide.
Pickup & Delivery Anywhere
You can literally ship your luggage anywhere a hotel, airport, office, or even a cruise ship. Our client had their luggage picked up at the Hard Rock Hotel and shipped to their home in Milwaukee. Luggage Free arranged with their hotel to have us leave the bags at the bell desk and they would pick them up from there. All we had to do was attach the luggage labels which were mailed to us, they were sent to the hotel waiting for us in our room at check-in. Luggage Free picks up and delivers anywhere in the U.S., including Alaska and Hawaii. International luggage shipping can pick up your bags for $50 if within 40 miles of a major airport.
Shipments are insured for up to $1,000 as part of the service, with unlimited additional coverage available.
Money back + $500 Guarantee
If your bags do not arrive by the end of day on your scheduled delivery date, barring weather a customs delay, your baggage delivery will be free, and they will reimburse you up to $500 per late bag.
As each shipment is delivered, you are notified via the method of your choice, outlining time of delivery and name of recipient, allowing you the ability to travel with the peace of mind of knowing that your luggage is waiting for you.
No Weight Restrictions
Our you guilty of having overweight luggage? Not only are overweight luggage fees really expensive but it’s always a hassle at the airport trying to move things around to try and avoid the airline fees. Luggage Free doesn’t have a 50lb weight restriction and you just pay per pound. You just have your bag picked up and they’ll weigh them for you and you’ll get charged a set rate per pound. No more stressing about if your bag is overweight.
Affordable prices sometimes cheaper than checked bags
On our most recent trip, we shipped our luggage at $121 a bag (55lbs) which was actually cheaper than if we would have brought it with us. Our bags were over 50lbs and we would have had to pay $100 each way for oversized baggage fees on American Airlines. So, we actually saved $79 by shipping our luggage not to mention the hassle it would have been with 4 checked bags in Jamaica. The luggage shipping rate charged is by the pound and the price varies by destination and delivery speed.
Book your vacation with Tyus Tours & Travel and travel Luggage Free to nearly any destinations worldwide. To book your vacation visit www.tyustours.com or call 866-547-5362.
What Does American Have Against Vacations!
As summer-getaway season draws to a close, it’s time to face a tough reality: America is not a Great Vacation Nation
We can go so far as to call the United States a “No-Vacation Nation,” thanks to the nonexistent amount of paid vacation time mandated by federal law compared with that of other well-off countries.
Example: The European Union requires member countries to grant workers at least 20 working days of paid vacation. But many nations go well above that number, and some offer a heap of paid holidays, to boot. France, for example, requires at least 30 paid workdays off, not including paid holidays, while the U.K. mandates 28, followed by Austria, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Spain and Sweden at 25.
The United States, on the other hand — on the very worst hand — mandates no paid vacation or paid holidays. Zero days. It’s the only country in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, a group of 36 of the world’s wealthiest nations, that doesn’t require employers to give workers annual paid leave.
That’s not to say employers don’t offer vacation. But what might be shocking: Even when Americans get paid time off, they don’t use it all. And when they do use their days — it may not come as a surprise to learn — many of them fail to leave work fully behind.
The guilt factor is real
More than half of U.S. workers ? 54 percent — reported feeling guilty about taking vacation time either sometimes, often or always.
Leaving it on the table
Americans left 768 million days of paid time off unused last year. The study found that 55 percent of Americans did not use all of their paid vacation time. Of the time they took, U.S. workers used nine days to travel.
Short and sweet, apparently
More than half of Americans did not take a leisure trip of more than four nights over the past year. Millennials were leading the “micro-cation” trend, with 72 percent taking at least one trip of fewer than five nights. Nearly 20 percent of those surveyed in May said their longest trip in the past year was three to four nights long. The same survey found that 28 percent of Americans did not take a leisure trip of any length.
Perhaps, now is the time to declare this an emergency situation and take action.
First, plan now to take a vacation in 2020. A small deposit will hold your reservation, then make monthly payments. Second, plan a 5 night or longer vacation and third, plan to use all your vacation time, don’t leave any vacation on the table. Last, every weekend Tyus Tours & Travel offers coupon codes that gives you instant savings on top of our already low prices. For more information visit http://bit.ly/codes4coupon or call 866-547-5362.
Tyus Tours & Travel Guide To New Year Eve In Las Vegas
Ready to countdown to the New Year? We have the ultimate checklist to make sure this is the best New Year’s Eve ever. Check out this guide for everything you need to know about New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas. Come thirsty, be loud, and ring in the new year with MGM Resorts.
What to Expect
On average, over 300,000 people are on The Strip every December 31st to celebrate the new year. The Strip closes around 6:00 pm and opens back up around 3:00 am. If you are sightseeing elsewhere in Las Vegas, make sure you are back on The Strip before it shuts down so you won't have any problems getting to your hotel room.
Usually the monorail is the only public transportation available, so bring a pair of comfy shoes as you will be walking a lot. Rideshare can drop off those with hotel reservations but will not be able to pick you up during The Strip closure.
Keep glass containers of any kind in your hotel room as they are banned beginning at 6:00 pm. Beverages in glass containers will not be available for sale beginning at 6:00 pm. Closer to the NYE countdown, hotels will require a room key to access the property, so keep your room key with you at all times.
The Morning of New Year’s Eve
In case you are still looking for the perfect NYE outfit, take advantage of the amazing shopping at MGM Resorts. Stop by SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker for the perfect pair of heels. The Shoppes of Mandalay Place will have these flats you will need to change into later at night.
If you still can't decide on the perfect outfit, head over to the Shops at Bellagio where you can shop at designer favorites like Chanel, Dior, Gucci and Valentino just to name a few. Remember it's cold in Vegas in December, so bring a jacket!
If you're looking for some inspiration on how to look your best on The Strip, check out our take on the Las Vegas look.
Prepare For New Year’s Eve
It's now time to get ready! Make a reservation at one of our award-winning salons. Many of the spa and salons on The Strip will have NYE spa specials, so ladies, take advantage and book an appointment for a manicure, pedicure and blowout.
Men, get a close shave at a traditional barbershop. The Barber Shop has an old-school vibe with modern luxuries. From the zing of a straight razor and vintage memorabilia—to a flat-screen TV and an Xbox in the waiting area, this male-centric venue is a great escape for anyone looking for the perfect man cave away from home.
Dinner Plans on New Year’s Eve
Book your dinner reservations in advance as this will be the restaurants’ busiest time. If you're looking to impress your significant other, book a table at Lago By Julian Serrano at Bellagio. Featuring floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows, LAGO's dining room ensures you will have the most spectacular views of the resort's iconic Fountains of Bellagio.
If you're looking for a great steakhouse, we recommend Bavette's Steakhouse & Bar at Park MGM. This intimate space with glowing chandeliers, sultry jazz and mixed vintage art and murals features a menu of richly flavorful ribeye's, fresh seafood towers, zestfully seasoned lamb chops, traditional side dishes and house-made desserts.
If a more laid back but fun atmosphere is on the agenda before stepping out on the town, Libertine Social at Mandalay Bay is the place to be. This gem at Mandalay Bay is known for its fresh take on classic American dishes, award-winning cocktail menu and its lively atmosphere that can’t be duplicated anywhere else on The Strip.
See a Show on New Year's Eve
There are six Cirque du Soleil shows at MGM Resorts, and each is an unforgettable experience with no two being alike. Maximize your Cirque du Soleil experience and book a Cirque VIP Package for "O," Beatles LOVE or KÀ performances and experience an exclusive performer meet and greet, beverage inclusions, VIP seating and more.
If you're looking for shows that the whole family can attend, we recommend Javvawockeez and Blue Man Group performances. Jabbawockeez has awe-inspiring choreography, pulse-pounding music and stunning special effects while Blue Men Group will take you on a spectacular journey bursting with music, laughter and surprises.
Clubs on New Year’s Eve
Whether you're looking for world-famous DJ's, a night of dancing and drinks or an evening of romance, you are just steps away from the hottest nightclubs in Las Vegas.
Jewel Nightclub at ARIA has five themed VIP suits that overlook the crowd and DJ booth. Explore Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand and check out its many levels that include a laid-back area, a lounge setting and main room and mezzanine where the world's top DJs like Steve Aoki and Calvin Harris frequently headline.
Guests at LIGHT Nightclub at Mandalay Bay will be treated to a visual nightlife experience that you won't find elsewhere in the city. Lastly, 1 OAK Las Vegas at The Mirage provides just enough spotlight for burning up the dance floor and dark corners for a sultry rendezvous while sipping cocktails.
New Year’s Day Brunch
Las Vegas is a city known for coming alive especially after dark. But after a long night of entertainment on the Strip, Las Vegas has a way of turning into a city full of hangovers. We have narrowed down the best brunch locations on The Strip.
No matter what you’re craving, from sweet to savory, Mexican dishes to breakfast classics, a liquid champagne brunch or build your own Bloody Mary bar, Vegas has it all and more. We recommend you check out Citizens Kitchen at Mandalay Bay.
This 24-hour restaurant serves up hangover cures like crab cake benedicts and crème brulee French toast, and if you're moving a little slower the morning after, no worries, Citizens Kitchen & Bar offers all your brunch favorites until late, with some dishes served all day.
Start off the year right with getting your body detoxed from all the impurities you have taken in the night before. Our relaxing spa experiences are designed to rejuvenate your body, and we offer many options to stay healthier while you're away from home.
Stay hydrated with REVIV Wellness Centers. Located in the MGM Grand Underground, REVIV certified medical staff offers five different hydrating IV infusions and Energy & Wellness Booster Shots.
Our wellness page has numerous recommendations for Staywell Rooms, wellness spa treatments, fitness centers, juice bars and restaurants with healthy menu options that will help you leave Las Vegas in better shape physically and mentally that when your vacation began.
To book you Las Vegas New Year Eve experience call Tyus Tours & Travel at 866-472-9716.
What To Do and Where To Go This Holiday Season
Ok. We agree. We don't want to think about the end of summer, but now is the time to start thinking about where to go and what to do for the holiday season. Well, we've got some ideas on how to make your Bucket List dreams come true - in New York City!
Thanksgiving and the Big Parade!
Our array of Thanksgiving Parade route and area hotels, viewing options, holiday meals, tours and activities give you a unique opportunity to enjoy the Thanksgiving Day Parade the way you want to - comfortably!
Our famous Thanksgiving Parade viewing parties are the BEST way to see the world's most famous parade! Choose indoor events with wide, expansive window views, or outdoor sidewalk view - either way, you will fulfill your "bucket list" as you watch the floats, balloons, bands and celebrities pass right in front of you.
Visit our Facebook page @MacysParadeTraveltips for all the inside information on the parade or tune into our Podcast, “Its Your Time 2 Travel” on talktainmentradio.com. (The Live Broadcast is Tuesday, September 17, 2019 at 8 pm. You can join the conversation by calling 877-932-9766 and our Podcast will be available starting Friday, September 20, 2019.)
There's More Holiday Excitement!
Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Party You can be special guests inside Rockefeller Center at an exclusive cocktail party as the famed Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is lit! Brasserie Ruhlmann is the location for this unique event, just steps from the tree. You can mingle along with locals and visitors from around the world as hors d'oeuvres are passed throughout the elegant Brasserie located in the center of Rockefeller Plaza. Step outside to the private patio reserved just for this event - for a view of the Christmas Tree in all its holiday splendor.
New Year’s Eve Times Square Ball Drop Vacation. Sure to be the party of a lifetime! As New Year's Eve Times Square revelers stand in the cold, shoulder to shoulder from 42nd Street all the way up to Central Park, you will be overlooking them at an exclusive party right in the middle of it all—high above with a view of the city lights, the celebration and of course, the Times Square Ball Drop!
Why New York, because New York City is the hottest destination in the world! To book or for more information call 614-323-0858.
The Key to Cheap Internet Service: A Local SIM Card
Want cheap data and phone calls when you’re abroad? Here’s how.
There’s an easy way to get zero roaming fees, inexpensive internet service and cheap phone calls when you travel. The trick is the SIM card, a tiny, removable chip, inside your phone.
What is a SIM card?
Subscriber Identity Module cards are roughly the same size, and indeed look like, the microSD memory cards you’d find in a digital camera. (Some phones actually have both microSD and SIM cards, but most just have the latter.) The main purpose of a SIM card is to store a small amount of data that lets the closest cell tower know, among other things, what wireless company you’ve subscribed to. For example, if you’re on Verizon, the SIM card will let Verizon’s tower know that, yep, you’re on Verizon.
When you’re traveling, this creates a problem. When your phone connects to the tower in a different country, the tower effectively says “I don’t know you,” and either denies you service, or tells Verizon you’re roaming. If the latter, you get whatever speed Verizon and that provider have determined is acceptable, and you get charged exorbitant roaming rates. AT&T works similarly, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Google Fi are different, but we’ll get to them later.
If you’re wondering if you can just get a different SIM card that will work on a different network, you can.
For years that’s how I’ve gotten cheap data in dozens of countries all over the world. I’d arrive in a city, head to a local cellphone company store (like Vodafone, 3, or Orange), and buy a SIM and a month of service. These would have different names, like “pay-as-you-go” or “prepaid.” but in every store I’d just say I was traveling and wanted a SIM for a few weeks, and they all knew what I was looking for. Put the new SIM in your phone (make sure you don’t lose your old one, you’ll need it when you go home!) and you’re all set. If you’re not sure how to do that, the store will probably do it for you. You can be in and out with cheap high-speed data in less than 30 minutes.
How much does a local SIM cost?
The prices vary depending on country and provider, but on average I’ve paid around $20 for a month’s worth of 4G data and calls in that country. You read that right. Most roaming packages charge that for a few days, and are slow and data-limited as well. Most companies want to look at your passport, so make sure you bring it. A handful of countries have other requirements, so a quick Google search before you go is a good idea.
The catch, and you knew there’d have to be one, is that your phone has to be unlocked. This means your cellphone company has to enable a setting on your phone that allows you to use it on a different network. The process to do this varies, but in most cases you need to have paid off your phone. The actual unlocking process is free, though. I wrote about how this works over at Wirecutter, the product review site owned by The New York Times Company.
Not every phone will work in every country, but most new phones should be fine. Best to check with your current cellphone company to verify that your phone will work, and if it needs to be unlocked.
A handful of phones have dual-SIMs, which is exactly what it sounds like: two SIM card slots. This lets you keep your home SIM and your “away” SIM in the same phone. Not necessary for infrequent travelers, but for anyone who regularly goes to another country, quite handy.
Call Tyus Tours & Travel to create your Dream Vacation at 614-323-0858 or visit www.tyustours.com.
Last-Minute 2019 Labor Day Hotel Deals
Labor Day Savings
Summer isn't over yet and neither is the savings. In the coming days, alert travelers can take advantage of special discounts, exceptionally low room rates and free perks at hotels and resorts in coveted destinations such as New York City, Las Vegas and Cancun. Here are some of the best deals you'll find to close out the season.
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas
For big savings on your next Las Vegas vacation, head to hardrockhotel.com between Thursday, August 29 and September 3, 2019, and use the booking code HHNRF9P and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas will waive your resort fee for travel through December 28, 2019.
La Coleccion Resorts
Save up to 50 percent on La Coleccion Resorts properties in Cancun, Cozumel, Playa del Carmen, Chetumal, Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos and San Miguel de Allende when you book between Tuesday, August 27 and September 5, 2019, for travel through June 30, 2020.
Palms Casino Resort
The new-and-improved Palms Casino Resort is offering up to 40 percent off room rates for the Ivory Tower in addition to a daily $50 food and beverage credit when you book between now and September 6, 2019. The offer is good for travel through December 24, 2019, and must be booked directly through palms.com using the booking code ENDLESS19.
Temptation Cancun Resort
This adult playground in beautiful Cancun is celebrating the second anniversary of its 2017 renovation by offering travelers up to 65 percent off nightly rates and a free one-way transfer when they book three or more nights with the promo code TMBDAY by this coming Saturday, August 31 for travel before December 25, 2019.
Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas Resort
If a last-minute getaway to Cabo sounds more like your style, consider a stay at the Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas Resort during its Summer-Fall Special. Book by Saturday, August 31 for travel up to September 30, 2019, and you could earn 63 percent off per room per night.
Wynn Las Vegas
One of many last-minute Labor Day deals available in Sin City, Wynn Las Vegas is offering up to 35 percent off room rates through Labor Day weekend when guests book at wynnlasvegas.com using the code WY7248.
YOTEL New York
Budget-friendly Yotel New York will be even more affordable this week as it's offering a 25 percent discount on any three-night stay between Tuesday, August 27 and September 2, 2019. With locals out of town for the long holiday weekend, guests can look forward to fewer crowds while taking in awesome events such as a Central Park Summerstage show or the Electric Zoo music festival.
Iberostar Hotels & Resorts
Iberostar Hotels & Resorts' Labor Day Sale features a slew of exciting perks, including up to 50 percent off, free transfers, free stays for kids and up to $800 in resort credits. The special offer is valid for reservations made through September 2 for stays from September 1 through October 31, 2019, at Iberostar hotels in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and New York.
Caesars Entertainment's Labor Day flash sale for Las Vegas hotel bookings on Caesars.com kicks off Wednesday and runs through September 4, 2019. During that period, guests can take advantage of up to 40 percent off rooms, starting from $28 per night, depending on their travel dates through May 31, 2020.
Bermuda Resort Savings
Several resorts in Bermuda have teamed up with the island territory's tourism authority to extend Splash Sale savings featuring discounts up to 50 percent off at select properties. The offer is valid for bookings made now through September 10 for travel between September 3, 2019 and April 30, 2020. Properties on sale include Aunt Nea’s Inn in St. George, the adults-only Coral Beach and Tennis Club and the Fairmont Southampton, among others.
Brisas Hotels & Resorts
Brisas Hotels and Resorts' beautiful beachside resorts in Mexico are offering up some tremendous savings this Labor Day with room rates at Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina and Las Brisas Huatulco available for under $100 per night. Other properties such as Las Brisas Acapulco, Las Brisas Ixtapa and Galeria Plaza Reforma (located near Mexico City's historic center) are also offering budget-friendly rates heading into September.
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