Four Great Resorts with Vacation Packages for the Fourth of July
Posted May 29, 2018 8:02 p.m. EDT
Hotels across the United States are celebrating the Fourth of July with discounts, packages and resort credits that add extra value to an Independence Day getaway. If you’re thinking about a midsummer escape, here are a few to consider.
Central Ohio: The Mohicans Resort is offering 25 percent off its regular rates, which start at $240 per night, from July 2 to 4. Four cabins and six unique tree houses (some with outdoor showers) offer a peaceful retreat complete with fire pits. On the holiday, a fireworks display is scheduled in downtown Loudonville, a 10-minute drive from the resort. Other activities near the resort include zip line tours, horseback riding and canoeing.
Southern California: At the Hotel del Coronado in Coronado, the property’s 130th anniversary brings additional value to a Fourth of July package. Rooms start from $524 per night compared with the regular $602 per night rate, and the resort is offering a $130 resort credit for a two-night stay (or $260 for a four-night stay) plus complimentary tickets to a beach party on July 1 complete with live music, beachfront fire pits and a fireworks display ($50 value for two people). On the Fourth of July, the bay side of the hotel offers views of Coronado Island’s fireworks display.
Low country of South Carolina: In Charleston, the HarbourView Inn has a private waterfront rooftop with views of the fireworks shows set across the river. Rates start at $328 per night, compared with the regular starting rate of $429 per night. A special rooftop reception on the Fourth of July will offer free boozy Popsicles for adults and free ice cream cones for children.
Southwest Florida: Stay three nights and get a fourth night free over the Fourth of July at the Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village in Cape Coral. Rates start at $165 per night. This package also includes a $100 resort credit and free upgrade based on availability. Set in Tarpon Point Marina and near more than 400 miles of navigable canals and waterways, this is a serene location for kayaking, paddle boarding and sunset cruises.