Starwood Hotels 7 Day Summer Value Sale

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Starwood Hotels 7 Day Summer Value Sale (up to 50% off rack rate)

Starwood Hotels has launched a 7 day sale on hotel rates in the USA, Canada, and the Caribbean.  Save up to 50% off rack rate for stays in August and September.  Reservations must be booked by 11:59pm EDT, August 5 and rates are non-refundable.  A hotel search by location will show the hotel lowest prices available for these special rates.  Some hotels may impose a minimum stay requirement for this special rate and some hotels have blackout dates.

My initial ten searches only located one hotel available for the lowest rate shown with this summer special at $87/night for the W Hotel Silicon Valley in Newark, California.  This hotel has had a regular rate of $109 for most weekend nights of the past two years and this $87 special rate is the lowest I have seen in quite some time.

San Francisco Sheraton Fisherman’s Wharf is shown at $149 per night. August/September are the hotel high rate months for San Francisco.  I was unable to find a rate anywhere near $149 for dates I checked.  But there are thousands of combinations of hotels and dates and I did find an example of good savings using this special offer (20% off the normal low rate for W Silicon Valley).  

Check out Starwood Hotels sale rates and possibly save some summer cash with your Starwood Hotel travel for reservations made this week.

Starwood Hotels Summer Value Sale Terms and Conditions

July 31 Update to this post:

I have seen the summer sale rates more prevalent since yesterday.  I am now finding the low advertised rates more frequently than when I wrote this post two days ago at a number of California hotels.  The rates are coming up in regular Starwood website hotel searches even without searching through the special summer link

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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