Like humans, dust bunnies are made of stardust and cat hair, and also like humans, they only dance when no one else is home. Let your bunnies boogie with the help of today's Groupon: for $59, you get an overnight stay in a one-bedroom suite at Hotel Allandale (a $119 value). The petite, homey hotel is quaintly tucked in the Allandale neighborhood, just north of downtown and within minutes of plentiful shopping, diverse dining dens, and teeming nightlife.
Hotel Allandale offers a cozy, convenient escape from the city's dizzying bustle. This siesta stronghold feels like an impressive home away from the doldrums of actual home, greeting lodgers with a cottage-style exterior atop a beautifully landscaped lawn, then warmly welcoming them to a spacious, pet-friendly interior. Each one-bedroom suite comes with a sofa-stocked living area, kitchen with a dining bar, cable TV with HBO and Showtime, complimentary WiFi and high-speed Internet, wall safe, and snug, secluded bedroom. The bed chambers themselves are equipped with either two double beds or a king-sized bed and a pullout sofa bed and can accommodate up to four sleepers, depending on how loud each person snores divided by their total number of limbs. For an extra $30, at the time of booking, Groupon customers may also choose to upgrade to a two-bedroom suite.
During your stay, take advantage of the hotel's hot breakfast buffet (served daily), a super-fun social hour (Monday–Thursday), luxurious outdoor pool, hot tub, and fitness center. A free parking lot and complimentary shuttle service (available 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday–Friday, within a five-mile radius) provide ample four-wheeled transportation opportunities for car owners and avid pedestrians alike. If a phobia of self-balancing vehicles keeps you from these options, put your nervous mind at ease by sliding your sweaty palms over the handlebars of a rented bicycle. Offering a long list of creature comforts, Hotel Allandale ensures that a quiet stay in its quarters will leave you feeling relaxed, renewed, and ready to conquer a full army of vicious, bloodthirsty baked goods.