Suite + Breakfast at Fairmont in Maui for $270/night – Final Daily Getaway

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Today is the final Daily Getaway deal, and it is some pre-paid nights at either the Fairmont Scottsdale or your choice of Fairmont Kea Lani in Maui or The Fairmont Orchid on the Big Island.  What is great about this deal is that the nights never expire and have no black-out days.  They also include daily breakfast for two.  If you are new to the Daily Getaways, they are daily deals for five weeks on discounted hotel stays, discounted points purchases, car rental deals, and more. The travel packages are provided by U.S. Travel Association, in cooperation with participating travel operators of the U.S. Travel Association and advertising support provided by American Express. To get an additional 10% off savings you must pay with any American Express card. Daily Getaways are only open to those who are US residents ages 18 and up (though some packages are for 21+ or even 25+). Here is a link to tips for successfully purchasing these limited quantity deals.

Three Nights at Fairmont Scottsdale – $675 ($607.50 with 10% Amex discount). 

  • Receive three 1-night Ovation Rewards Certificates that can be used in combination for a 3-night stay, or for separate reservations. each certificate includes:
  • 1 night in a Standard Fairmont Room including applicable room taxes. Single/double occupancy.
  • Breakfast for 2 the next morning in the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant including gratuities and dining taxes. Breakfast excludes alcoholic beverages.
  • Additional expenses and incidentals are the responsibility of the guest. A credit card is required at the time of reservation for incidentals.
  • There are no blackout dates. Upon receiving the certificate you may call the dedicated reservation team to plan your trip.
  • There is no expiration date for this certificate.
  • 10 available, max purchase of 1

Six Nights at The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui (an all-suites hotel) or The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii – $1,800 ($1620 with 10% Amex discount)

  • Each certificate is valid for 1 night in a standard room (at The Fairmont Orchid) or 1 night in a suite (at The Fairmont Kea Lani). Single/double occupancy.
  • Certificate includes breakfast for 2 each morning in the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant. Breakfast excludes alcoholic beverages.
  • Certificate covers room and tax, as well as tax and gratuities of included breakfasts. Additional expenses and incidentals are the responsibility of the guest.
  • There are no blackout dates.
  • There is no expiration date for this certificate.
  • Guest must present and surrender Ovation Rewards certificate at time of check-in.
  • At the Fairmont Orchid, breakfast includes the Signature Breakfast Buffet at the Orchid Court. At the Fairmont Kea Lani, breakfast includes the buffet at the Kea Lani Restaurant or In-Room dining (max of $37.75 per person per day).
  • Ovation Rewards are redeemable based on last-room availability in the room category indicated (some exceptions may apply). Some restrictions may apply to special event dates.
  • 15 available, max purchase of 1

Deal Analysis:

So far I have only had success in purchasing two Daily Getaway Deals.  Some I missed because I wasn’t quick enough (Hyatt), some I missed because I was too busy to try (Hertz), and many I missed as I didn’t have immediate plans for the points or packages.  However, with this deal you don’t actually have to have immediate plans for the nights since they don’t expire and don’t have black-out dates.  For the most part, if a room is available you can use your certificates!

I’ve never personally stayed at a Fairmont, but they look pretty nice.  The going rates at the all-suites Fairmont Kea Lani in Maui seem to often be in the $700 night range on the dates I checked.  I do know they have some promos from time to time, but $270 per night with breakfast is pretty low for that property.  I love Hawaii, and that price seems totally fair for a suite at a very nice hotel in Maui, so I’m at least a bit interested (especially since my wallet has taken far less of a beating during this Daily Getaway season than I expected).

Of course, a far cheaper way to get two free nights at any Fairmont is to go for the Fairmont Visa that awards two free nights after spending $1,000 in the first three months.  There is a $95 annual fee for this card (not my link, just a great deal).  I’m kinda maxed out on Chase applications at the moment, but that is still a very good deal if you are eying some Fairmont properties.

These packages go on sale Friday at 1PM Eastern on the Daily Getaways website.

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  1. thanks Mommy I did get 1 in time. Terms did not say anything about transfer or booking with purchaser’s name, and I hope the certificates wont have our names printed already.

  2. Has anyone gotten the certificates? I just received the 6 of them. It says “can be redeemed…at any Fairmont, Raffles or Swissotel locations listed at“.
    I was thinking they are good for only the 2 Hawaiian locations, but they seems to be good worldwide per their web site. This will be great if so, anyone knows? Also no purchaser’s name printed, so might be able to transfer? no exp date as advertised too. These should be nice!

  3. Hi DJ,
    I tried getting one of those but no luck. If you don’t want them I would love to buy them from you.


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