People often escape to hotels while their homes are being fumigated or leased to local ghosts. Discover new haunts with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $139 for a 2-night stay for two in a queen oceanview room, valid Friday–Sunday (a $278 value)
- $119 for a 2-night stay for two in a queen oceanview room, valid Monday–Thursday (a $238 value)
- $299 for a 2-night stay for four in a luxury oceanside villa, valid Friday–Sunday (a $598 value)
- $279 for a 2-night stay for four in a luxury oceanside villa, valid Monday–Thursday (a $558 value)
The historic resort’s waterfront rooms feature stunning views from private balconies. Larger villas also have nice views of the water. Pool, jacuzzi, and spa access help you relax, while those looking for outdoor recreation can use kayak rentals or take horseback lessons.
Queen oceanview room availability starts 11/1/13.
Mayne Island Resort and Spa
Having celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2012, Mayne Island Resort and Spa has maintained a stately presence on little Mayne Island, right across the Strait of Georgia from Vancouver. Originally built as a boarding house, the property retains that old-fashioned feel with original hardwood floors. French doors open onto private balconies overlooking the Belle Chain Islets, Tubo and Lizard Islands, and the United States’ San Juan Archipelago off in the distance. Outside in Bennett Bay, visitors might spot seals, sea lions, and the occasional killer whale. Days at the resort can be spent exploring the sea on a rented kayak, taking a dip in the indoor pool or whirlpool, or enjoying a massage in the brand new AquaFlora Spa. Birders can take a hike around the island to its explore a natural setting that’s rife with migrating birds, including bald eagles, condors, towees, and the extremely rare binocular-wearing robins that watches humans.
“The beauty of the setting and the spa! Very friendly staff as well, and a good wine store on property.”
“Next time I would like stay in the cabins.”
“Beautiful island, the Resort had every ammenity we could need. Everything was close at hand.”