SPG Hot Escapes Through July 4th, 2015

SPG Hot Escapes are discounts for travel over the next 6 weeks at Starwood Preferred Guest properties worldwide.  They’re released every Wednesday at 6am Eastern time.  You have until Saturday to book them.  The discounts generally range from 15% to 35%, with some rare discounts as high as 50% or 60%. SPG Members get an additional 5% discount (listed in orange under the advertised rate).

This is probably one of the thinner weeks, with a few values in Asia.  There are some luxury properties on the list this week that represent good values, as well as some properties featuring rates that are in “mattress run” territory.  It might seem early in the year to be considering a mattress run, but we are just about at the halfway mark.

Also, when you consider the new Sheraton promotion where you can earn free weekend nights, paying $70 for a mattress run that finishes off the criteria for a free weekend night at a pricey property can be a good strategy.

Click here to see the full list.  A highlight of this week’s offers:

Properties with reviews from me:

Equinox, Luxury Collection, Vermont: 25% off (262 USD)  Review Link  Property Link

SPG Hot Escapes

United States

Sheraton Imperial Hotel, Durham NC: 20% off (68 USD)

Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel, Weehawken NJ: 20% off (128 USD) **cheap choice very close to Manhattan.  Normally a Category 5 redemption, so great value, especially considering prices in Manhattan.  You can take the ferry across.

Westin Tampa Bay: 20% off (98 USD)

Westin Baltimore-Washington (BWI): 20% off (102 USD)

Westin Arlington Gateway, Virginia: 20% off (90 USD) ***reasonable price if you need a hotel near DC and DCA.

Aloft Miami-Brickell: 20% off (90 USD) ***right in downtown Miami.

Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village, FL: 20% off (114 USD) **nice looking waterfront property near Fort Myers.

Sheraton PGA Resort, Port St. Lucie, FL: 20% off (85 USD)


W Beijing-Chang-an: 33% off (184 USD)

St. Regis Beijing, China: 20% off (168 USD)  Perfect for those who grabbed those $0 base fares in business class to Beijing on American.



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