2011 Valentine’s Day Vacation Packages: Romantic Deals Offered

Valentine’s Day vacation packages are on sale through several websites and hotels for Valentine’s Day 2011.

The romance themed holiday falls on a Monday this year. ING Direct found in a survey that men would prefer to spend $500 or more on a romantic getaway for Valentine’s Day, than to spend that money on a trip to the Super Bowl.

CheapCaribbean.com is one of the sites with a sale on Valentine’s Day travel. They call it their “Take your Valentine to Valentin” sale. In a press release they say their deal features more than 30 travel packages, including resort specials which start at $99 per person. The release says deals include up to 80% off original pricing. The sale started yesterday and ends February 16, 2011 for travel dates from now through the end of the year.

Hotels.com has 30% off select Valentine’s Day vacation packages. And many of the hotels include a voucher for two Fandango movie passes if booked by this weekend.

Travelzoo.com has a round up of Valentine’s Day and Presidents’ Day travel and vacation deals on their site. According to their site, they are also offering “discounts on must-see show tickets and one-of-a-kind deals at top local restaurants and spas for an escape near home.”

If you’re escaping the snow and heading toward Disney World in Orlando, the Gaylord Palms Resort in Kissimmee is offering a “Remember Romance” vacation package, which includes accommodations, a bottle of champagne, chocolates, and a $40 meal credit. Prices start at $285 per night.

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Faroh Sauder has spent more than 30 years working as a journalist and educator. He has written on politics, international affairs, civil rights, and consumer education. Now mostly retired, Faroh continues to stay current on tech and consumer issues and reports on his interests here at News For Shoppers.