Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Staycations


I know we covered staycations a while back, but I wanted to go over this again because it's such a great deal.



Staycation Prices

Designed to maximize your fun, and relax your expenses. These rates include lodging.
One Night:
$219 includes 1 item from Museums and Events, and 1 item from Dinners and Amenities
Two Nights:
$419 includes 2 items from Museums and Events, and 2 items from Dinners and Amenities
Three Nights:
$599 (Our best deal) 3 items from Museums and Events, and 3 items from Dinners and Amenities.

Never heard of a staycation? A staycation happens to be a vacation while staying close to home. Wikipedia states: A staycation (also spelled stay-cation, stacation, or staykation) is a neologism for a period of time in which an individual or family stays and relaxes at home, or vacations in their own country, possibly taking day trips to area attractions.

Now, I know you are probably wondering... We just take care of the lodging right? Well, yes we take care of the lodging but we also do MUCH MUCH MORE.

Your choices for entertainment: (this list is always growing)
Museums and Events:

2 tickets to the Oklahoma Museum of Art
2 tickets to the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum
2 tickets to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
2 tickets to the Oklahoma City Zoo
2 tickets to Frontier City (Closes for the season October 31st)
2 Water Taxi Tickets on the Bricktown Canal
2 tickets to Harkins Theater in Bricktown and the movie of your choice

Dining Options: (also expanding, check with innkeepers for details)

  1. Bourbon Street Cafe    Bricktown    Cajun style steak and seafood
  2. 1492    Midtown    New World Latin Cuisine
  3. Zio's      Bricktown    Italian
  4. Toby Keith's ILTBG    Bricktown    American
  5. Dinner at the Grandison    In your room    Candlelight Dinner for Two (A $15 gratuity will be added to this package)
  6. Wine and Cheese Basket    In your room
  7. Victoria Haven Package    In your room


Have an idea for a staycation destination?
Let us know! Post a comment on this blog, or on our Facebook.