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4 Deals from the Four Seasons

Four Seasons hotels have long been renowned for featuring some of the best travel experiences money can buy. These 5-star hotels are also home to top-rated restaurants and luxurious spas that earn rave reviews on the pages of Zagat, Conde Nast Traveler and other top publications.

Indulge in these four luxury experiences at Four Seasons across the United States without breaking the bank:

$99 – Champagne, Caviar and More in New York City

A split of rose champagne. A trio of caviar. Carpaccio and award-winning premium Russian vodka. It’s an experience that normally costs $215 in the heart of Manhattan at the Four Seasons Hotel New York. Exclusively for Travelzoo subscribers, revel in Gilded Age excess for speakeasy prices at the 1930s styled Art Deco lounge.

$75 – Dinner for 2 at Flame Steakhouse in Vail

The Vail Daily says Flame Steakhouse “sizzles,” and Forbes Magazine calls it “the best ski steakhouse in the country.” With this deal, two can enjoy chef-exclusive off-menu items in a three-course dinner only for Travelzoo subscribers that would regularly run diners $146. Dishes like lobster ragout in a squash coconut bisque, a filet of beef cooked in the restaurant's 1,800-degree infrared broiler and cheesecake lollipops round out the experience in the dining room with mountain views.

$169 – A Full Spa Day with Massage, Facial and a Glass of Wine in Baltimore

From spa treatments to wine to full amenity access to valet parking, the offerings in this deal for the Spa at Four Seasons Baltimore are expansive. Subscribers can enjoy an 50-minute massage, a choice of 50-minute facial treatments, and then spend the rest of the day relaxing in the steam room, hot tubs, sauna and relaxation rooms, an experience that normally costs $290.

$89 – “Extraordinary” Japanese Dinner with Sake in Los Angeles
Zagat raved over ONYX at the Four Seasons Westlake Village, calling it “a gem” with “creative, flavorful” food and awarding it a ranking of “very good to excellent” (22) for cuisine. We’ve negotiated a five-course dinner for two including sake pairings matched to nearly every course in the dining room rated “extraordinary” for its decor.

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Karl

Deal Expert, Chicago
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
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