Travel Deals Palo Santo hotel in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Published on November 2nd, 2017 | by Mark Chesnut

Palo Santo hotel in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

TRAVEL DEALS: $180 Sanctuary Cap Cana, $1,100 New Years Eve in Buenos Aires

For this week’s roundup of the top Latin America hotel discounts, I’ve found a great low rate for an all-inclusive suite at Sanctuary Cap Cana in the Dominican Republic, as well as a festive New Year’s Eve getaway at Palo Santo Hotel in Buenos Aires. Read on for the details and start planning your end-of-year vacation.

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Sanctuary Cap Cana
Dominican Republic
The Deal: $180 for a junior suite
What Makes It Cool: This adults-only Dominican Republic beach hotel is offering special rates for its junior suites.
Valid for Travel: Book through November 15, 2017 for travel through March 31, 2018.
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Palo Santo
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Deal: New Year’s Eve Celebration Pack
What Makes It Cool: This Argentina hotel is offering a special Buenos Aires vacation package for New Year’s Eve that includes three nights in a room with a private balcony, a welcome bottle of champagne, buffet breakfast, dinner for two in a Palermo steak restaurant and admission to a party at Niceto Club. The rate for the three-night package is $1,100.
Valid for Travel: New Year’s week 2017/2018.
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