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Last-Minute Labor Day Travel and Hotel Deals
Whether you’re looking to get away or say in town, we have some great last-minute deals on travel and hotels By Melissa Romero
Comments () | Published August 30, 2011

Canaan Valley Resort in Davis, West Virginia offers a Labor Day special getaway to the mountains. Photograph courtesy of Flickr user richreed

TRAVEL DEALS

By Air
Travelzoo has $41 to $99 one-way flights over Labor Day weekend from September 3 to 6. Airlines include American, Delta, JetBlue, Airtran, United, Spirit and more. Click here for more details and to see a sample list of some of the flight deals the travel site found.

By Bus
If you’re traveling by Megabus this weekend, check out customer Megadeals. Once you purchase your tickets, look for the instructions in the Special Announcements section of your confirmation page. If you’re traveling to New York, deals include up to $55 off tickets to the Broadway musical Chicago, 15 percent off some of NYC’s sightseeing bus tours, and more. In DC, Megabus riders can save $5 off admission to Madame Tussaud’s. Philly visitors can get discounts to the city’s sightseeing tour via double decker bus, trolley, or house-drawn carriage. Click here for more details.

By Car
Hertz Car Rental is offering a free weekend special now until October 31. Receive your first day free on a three-day weekend rental at any participating airport locations. Use the code PC#159784 when making your reservations. Click here for more details.

HOTEL DEALS

In Washington
Whether you’re visiting Washington or staying in town, the Key Bridge Marriott in Arlington is offering a 40 percent off deal for Thursday to Sunday stays through September 18. Travelers can opt to stay one more night for just $10, including free wi-fi access, daily breakfast for two, and a late checkout. Rooms must be booked by August 31. Call the hotel and visit its Web site for more information.

Another Marriott hotel in DC is offering a 25 percent off deal over the weekend, for $149 a night. The Washington Marriott at Metro Center is near various sight-seeing spots, including galleries, the National Mall, and the White House. Rooms must be booked by August 31. Click here for more details.

The Renaissance Hotel in downtown DC is also offering a Labor Day special for $159. Regular rates are $429 to $459 per night. Over the weekend, children 12 and under eat free. The hotel is just blocks away from the White House, the National Mall, and Chinatown. Rooms must be booked by August 31. Call the hotel and visit its Web site for more information.

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The Washington Court Hotel has rates starting at $90 this weekend through September 5. The hotel is just three blocks from the Capitol Building and National Mall. Rooms must be booked by August 31. Click here for more details.

In Baltimore
Book at a room at the Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore hotel from September 2 to 3 for $139 a night. Rates are currently up to 40 percent off. The hotel is the city’s only historic landmark hotel, and is near the Inner Harbor and other area attractions. Click here for more information.

In West Virginia
If you’re thinking of skipping the crowded beaches this weekend, escape to the Allegheny Mountains of north central West Virginia. It’s the last weekend to book a stay at Canaan Valley Resort in Davis, just three hours from DC. For the weekend, you can stay in double and queen-bed rooms for $69 a night. Click here for more details.

Know of more last-minute Labor Day travel deals? E-mail mromero@washingtonian.com with more information or leave a comment below.

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  • Richie Tipsword

    I have to travel a lot for my business, mostly overseas, but often in the states. I used to use sites like Travelocity, but I found a better way to find deals is to go to the second level – those sites like ReservationSave.com who compare hundreds of different bookings sites in one single search. So you not only see trivago or expedia deals but all of them in one place. Hard to say how much I have saved since I started using them. Just using one of the top booking sites is not the best idea.

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