As summer vacations start to wind down, now is a great time to plan an off-season getaway.  Airfare, hotel rooms, attraction tickets and even gas prices are almost always cheaper after Labor Day, making it easier to find deals and discounts.  Traveling outside of peak demand periods offers many benefits for travelers looking to save money while enjoying some time off as people return to work and school. 

In addition to lower prices, there are several other advantages to traveling during the off-season.  The weather in many summer vacation hot spots can still be beautiful through the fall and may not be as swelteringly hot.  Less demand also means fewer crowds and easier access to the attractions and activities you want to experience.  Overall, off-season travel can give you a fuller, less touristy, and more authentic taste of your destination. 

It’s important to keep in mind that what counts as the “off-season” can vary from place to place.  Favorite summer destinations in New England, for example, experience a rise in demand as the foliage starts to change.  Keep these factors in mind as you search for the best time to visit a particular place, then choose dates that are either slightly before or slightly after this peak season. 

Saving some extra cash is also a great reason to upgrade to a Pure Room, which will provide a hypoallergenic environment to promote well-being during your stay.  Pure Rooms use purified air to eliminate contaminants and create a guest room of choice that is free from 99.99% of viruses, bacteria, allergens and other harmful particles.  This can be especially beneficial in the fall as ragweed season starts and many people are looking for relief from their allergy symptoms. 


Maybe you decided to cut back on travel this year or maybe you’re just not ready for summer to end.  Whatever the reason, take advantage of big savings and the unique experience of off-season travel. 



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