Discounted Fairmont Suite in Maui Available Today via Daily Getaways

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If you are interested in a discounted stay at an upscale Fairmont property in Hawaii or San Francisco, Hyatt points from just over a penny each, or Hertz car rental points, then the final three days of this year’s Daily Getaways sale is right up your alley.


For now I’m just going to focus on today’s offering that goes live at 1PM Eastern and consists of Fairmont reward certificates. The first offering features six reward certificates each valid for a one night stay and breakfast for two at either the The Fairmont Kea Lani on Maui or The Fairmont Orchid on the Big Island. The Kea Lani property in Wailea is a recently renovated all-suites oceanfront resort that sits on 22 acres with three pools, two of which are connected by waterslide! How fun!

$363 Per Night for a Suite in Maui With Breakfast

Fairmont Maui

This six night package is selling for $2,178, which is obviously a big chunk of change, but for a suite in Wailea at a luxury resort that includes breakfast for two, paying $363 per night is actually a pretty good value. The going rate can easily be close to double that on many nights, and you would be hard pressed to find a rate better than that via most avenues. You can use the certificates all at once, or break them up for shorter stays.

You can also use some of all of the certificates at The Fairmont Orchid on the Big Island. This property also looks gorgeous and this location is on my short list for a future Hawaii trip, but this particular deal isn’t as sweet since rates here can often be found for at or below the $363/night price for these certificates.

Fairmont Big Island

It is worth a mention that Fairmont Ovation Rewards Certificates are redeemable based on last-room availability in the room category indicated (some exceptions may apply) and they do not have expiration dates. If I had an extra $2,178 sitting around I would strongly consider locking up six nights at a suite in Maui, but I don’t, so I’ll save the 10 available packages for someone else.

$278 Per Night With Breakfast at the Fairmont San Francisco

The other Fairmont package available today is $834 for three Ovations Rewards Certificates that are each redeemable for a one night stay and breakfast for two at The Fairmont San Francisco. Just like with the Hawaii properties, the certificates may be combined for one use or used for separate reservations. These certificates also have no expiration date, and an average cost of $278 per night all-in with breakfast included for a Fairmont in San Francisco is a pretty solid offering if you are shopping for a hotel in the luxury price range. 

Fairmont San Francisco

There are also only 10 packages available for the San Francisco Fairmont.

Have you used these Fairmont certificates in the past? Good luck if you decide to go for one of these packages and I’ll bring more details on the final two days of Daily Getaways deals soon!

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  1. Oh great…the good news is that I read your write-up and decided to try. The bad news is…that I now have 6 certificates coming my way…and a trip to Hawaii, I guess!!!

    • Bahahahaha! You know, I did something similar last week. I know the yay/crap feeling well! You will enjoy and please let me know all about it!

  2. I see on Wed 5/10 that there is a deal on Hyatt points. Do you think this is a good deal? Which one is a better deal to purchase 40,000 or the 70,000?

  3. So frustrated… the blog posts only show up in my email the day AFTER these post. Your 5/8 showed up on 5/9. No value in reading if I’m not getting it the day it comes out, especially for ‘today only’ deals. :\

    • Jill, I’m sorry. In truth for a really long time I did not allow email subscriptions for a number of reasons, this being one of them. However, I had enough requests that I eventually enabled emailed blog posts. They get sent once per day to not overwhelm as sometimes there can be 3, or 4, or 5 posts in one day. This daily batching means some of the posts are at or around 24 hours old by the time they get emailed. If you want to stay on top of current deals I ask you please follow me on social media and/or just check the blog a couple times a day. I post 99.99999% of all my posts on Facebook and Twitter, so if you can keep an eye out there you will be much less likely to miss anything timely. Email really just is not the ideal vehicle for quick moving deals these days. Again though, I am sorry!

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