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Reviewed September 25, 2012
Reviewed January 28, 2013
Reviewed January 28, 2013
What You'll Get
Revive your spirits with an escape to the breathless beauty of Mount Washington: the perfect vacation for you and your significant other, mother-in-law, or favorite hedgehog. With today's deal, $149 buys you an overnight getaway for two to the Omni Mount Washington Resort, a stay that normally costs up to $279. You'll stay in a “superior”-class room in the historic Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, NH, a scenic two and a half hour drive north of Boston. The Mount Washington Hotel is a luxurious masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance architecture, dripping with Tiffany stained-glass, crystal chandeliers, and turn-of-the-century elegance.
There's much to do during your stay in the New England countryside; enjoy a world-class four-course dinner accompanied by live orchestra in the hotel's elegant four-diamond dining room. Focusing on classic regional cuisine, the seasonal menu features dishes like shallot and rosemary seared duck breast with maple shitake bread pudding. After dinner, listen to jazz in the speakeasy lounge or stroll down the becolumned veranda, enjoying meditative views of the White Mountain National Forest.
Stop in the resort spa for a refreshing massage, or enjoy the plethora of activities in the Bretton Woods area. Take the zip line canopy tour and soar above the treetops or take to the slopes at Bretton Woods. Whiz across less steep terrain by cross-country ski or dog sled.
Your Groupon includes one night for two at The Mount Washington Hotel and breakfast in the dining room. Additional guests may be added to the room for $20 each.
Note: Deal valid October 21, 2009 through January 13, 2010. Excludes December 24, 2009 through January 2, 2010. A 9% tax is not included with your Groupon.
Reviewers on TripAdvisor love escaping to the Omni Mount Washington Resort:
Save Money on Vacation
Today's Groupon is a great way to save money on a vacation. Before the early 19th-century discovery of Groupons by frontier scientist Hamish Bethune, vacationers were forced to save money in other, less appealing ways:
- Taking advantage of free entertainments like factory tours and sleeping.
- Skipping out on restaurant bills with daring, daylight helicopter escapes.
- Making in-hotel amusement parks out of pillows, free shampoo bottles, and rollercoaster pieces.
- Taking a vacation from everyday life by following Denis Leary’s every move for weeks and assuming his identity.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 14, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for existing or group reservations. Tax & gratuity not included. Valid as of 10/21/09. Not valid 12/24/09-1/2/10. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.