5 Best international travel deals outside Brampton this week
While there's not much travelling happening right now, we don't blame you if you're already making some travel plans for the future -- and looking for the best deal there is, of course.
If that sounds like you, then here are the top 5 travels deals of the week (both in Canada and international), presented by Travelzoo:
"Located in the heart of the pedestrian village, Homewood Suites by Hilton Mont-Tremblant gets a 100% approval rating from Travelzoo members who have reviewed their stays. Now you can experience it for yourself this summer or fall while saving 50%."
"We searched our archives to be sure — we've never seen a lower price for a flights-inclusive safari. If you've been dreaming about a safari deal, this is the one."
"Besides including rarely discounted Saturday stays with its two-night option, this offer from Falls Inn & Spa saves you 30% on stays through September."
"Start looking forward to a Barcelona trip later this year or in early 2021 with this deal that lets you stay at a "classic, elegant" 5-star hotel (Conde Nast Traveller) just a block from the city's main avenue while paying over 40% less than other guests. After a day exploring Gaudi's Sagrada Familia or Park Guell, dine amid city views at the hotel's rooftop restaurant helmed by a Michelin-starred chef."
"The Maldives reopens to travellers on July 15, and we're celebrating with this 55%-off deal at a 5-star Hilton resort that just opened last September. Spend seven nights in a Sky Room or, for ultimate luxury, upgrade your vacation to an overwater villa, a private bungalow with a sundeck that has a lounging net and direct access to tropical waters. No matter which package you choose, you have until 2022 to enjoy the getaway."
Photos courtesy of Travelzoo
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