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Your Travel Insider Unveils 9 July 4th Getaway Deals

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/12/14 -- White-sand Caribbean beaches, luxurious spas, cruising on the river, fireworks! Haven't booked your 4th of July getaway yet? It's not too late!

Your Travel Insider has searched far and wide to compile this list of 'Insider' deals and special offers that are still available for the upcoming holiday weekend -- so you can still book your ideal Independence Day escape!

  • Inn on Fifth - Naples, FL: 20% off a three-night stay in an exclusive Club Level Suite. Includes a private rooftop party with cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and views of the fireworks.
  • Hilton Sandestin Beach - Sandestin, FL: Four-night stay starting at $439 per night. Includes breakfast and cookout dinner for 2 adults and 2 children, free WiFi, and more.
  • Soho Beach House - Miami, FL: 20% off a four-night stay.
  • Sandals Resorts - Grenada, the Bahamas, St. Lucia: The Sandals Summer Kick-Off Sale saves guests up to 65%.
  • Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa - St. Lucia: Save up to 50%
  • American Queen Steamboat Company - Pittsburgh, PA: Cabins are 50% off aboard this river cruise on July 4th. Watch the fireworks and enjoy views of the City of Bridges.
  • Colonnade Hotel - Book a two-night stay using the Summer Meltdown Package, and save the temperature as recorded off the regular rate. For example, if the temperature is 89 at 5pm the first night, your rate is reduced by $89.
  • Myrtle Beach Hotels - Myrtle Beach, SC: Various savings with the Myrtle Beach Girlfriend Getaways at Myrtle Beach hotels.
  • Jackson Hole Resort Lodging - Jackson Hole, WY: A three-night stay for four adults in a two bedroom, two bathroom condominium starting at $269 per person. Includes a scenic tram ride and whitewater rafting.

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