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What You'll Get
Statistically, home is the place you're most likely to fall asleep under a running lawn mower or spontaneously combust while trying to slow dance with a running lawn mower. Find a safe haven with today's Groupon: for $199, you get a one-night stay for up to four adults at Talkeetna Majestic (a $399 value). Children under 18 may come along for no additional fee with this Groupon.
Talkeetna Majestic's ecru, hand-scribed spruce-log structure rests tranquilly amongst a birch-and-spruce forest in the town of Talkeetna. Visitors can stretch out across the nearly 1,300 square-foot interior, its vaulted ceilings eliminating even the slightest smidgen of need to remove a novelty top hat. Tired travelers can melt into the memory foam on the master bedroom's king-size bed or recline on the broad balcony, leaving the apprentice rooms to the slightly less fatigued who need only a twin or double bed. The fully equipped granite countertopped kitchen allows for easy preparation of the day's catch from the nearby Talkeetna River and the two full bathrooms' bathtub and shower can wash away the sweat from a mountaineering expedition at Denali Park or the face paint after a misunderstanding at an art gallery. Greet the day with a breath of fresh Alaskan air on a porch with wrought-iron railings made by local artist Kevin Foster, refresh worn-out clothes in the washer-dryer, or submit to the magical motorized touch of a massage chair whilst watching a favorite DVD from the in-house collection.
Groupon purchasers can receive discounted additional nights if they inquire by phone or online.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person. Limit 1/visit. 48hr cancel notice reqd. Valid only for 4 adults. Max occupancy of 7 people. Extra $20 fee/addl person 18 and older. Min. 2-day stay reqd for reservations on Fri., Sat., or Sun. Min. 3-day stay reqd for reservations on Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year's. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.