The website Budget Travel recently released a list of 5 unforgettable vacation locations for only $100 a night. This budget already includes great food, breathtaking views, luxurious milieu, and friendly accommodations.
1. South Carolina. Westgate Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort
This place is known to have the gorgeous and warm beach that is only a road trip away. It’s the ultimate American beach perfect for those who want to breathe and relax away from the usual hubbub. It’s ideal for families and friends who prefer the calm waves and the warm sand. Travellers can expect oceanfront activities like eating seafood buffets, boardwalk rides, and local micro-brews. For $75 a night, travellers can enjoy beach access, heated pool, and the kids-eat-for-free policy.
2. Caribbean Cruise aboard the Norwegian Cruise Line
It’s a megaship that includes St. Maarten, Nassau, and St. Thomas in its itinerary. It has a Miami themed food, décor, and entertainment. The Norwegian Cruise Line is a stylish ship but totally has affordable accommodations. You can have a seven-day cruise on the Caribbean for only $65 a night.
3. Dominican Republic. All-inclusive Iberostar Costa Dorada Resort
The resort has an international menu as they serve cuisines inspired by the Brazilian, Mexican, and other international culinary influences. People can kayak, learn how to dive, or just hang out in the massive pool. It’s an all-inclusive resort, which means people don’t have to pay every single time they wish to avail something that they offer. Plus, waiters will pour top shelf cocktails for no extra charge at all. For only $75 a night (based on double occupancy), travellers can experience all of the above.
4. Chicago. Hotel Blake
This city is perfect for those who love the arts. There thousands of different things to do in the windy city and travellers can begin their day by enjoying the art collection at the Chicago Art institute. For $95 a night, travellers can enjoy the accommodation of Hotel Blake, a 19th century building that’s only a walk away from Chicago’s State Street.