I can’t believe that it’s November, and I really can’t believe that Thanksgiving is less than three weeks away. Do you plan to travel to visit family and friends over the holidays? Or better, do you have plans to escape from the holidays for a few days?
Either way, I think you’re going to like our giveaway this week: a two-night stay at any Country Inns & Suites. Even better, we’ve got two of these two-night stays up for grabs.
If you travel with little ones like I do (my kids are two and five), then you know that staying at family-friendly hotels is a must. Enter Country Inns & Suites. Not only do they have a free hot breakfast each morning, including build-your-own breakfast burritos, but they also have free wi-fi, swimming pools, a Read It & Return It Lending Library and freshly baked cookies each day, all of which my kids love.
Me, I like the fitness centers and the free weekday newspapers. I also like the Club Carlson hotel rewards program, which lets me earn points toward future stays whenever I sleep over at a variety of hotel brands including Country Inns & Suites and Radisson.
As if that was all to love, make sure to check out the new Free Night Fall promotion, which runs through 11/30 and lets you earn a reward certificate to be used toward a future stay when you book and complete an eligible stay by the end of the month.
So…do you want to win a two-night stay at any Country Inns & Suites? All you need to do is enter via the Rafflecopter widget below. Oh, and you must also be 18 years of age or older and a resident of the United States or Canada. Good luck!
Sarah Bohl is a contributing writer who is an interior designer by trade and a traveler by heart. She and her husband have been to more than 20 countries combined, and are still hitting the trail with their five and two-year-old in tow! Find Sarah on Facebook or follow her on Twitter.
Photo Credit: Country Inns & Suites
Disclaimer: I was given a one-night stay at any Country Inns & Suites as a thank you for writing this post. However, the views and opinions expressed here are purely my own.