February 16, 2017

Guest Post: How to Plan Your Perfect Easter Break*

If you are planning an Easter break this year, it might be time to get online and start comparing different offers. Kids will be off school, and families will flock to the beaches and busy resorts. If you would like to avoid the crowd and explore more, while taking advantage of the lower prices of less popular destinations, find a few tips on how to choose your Easter break location below.

Check the Number of Hotels and Offers

The best way of finding out whether or not the location is popular among families is to check the special deals and offers. If you see plenty of Easter break offers for kids, you might want to stay away. For peace and quiet, you might want to look for hotels that are not advertised on popular sites, or are off the beaten path. If you plan to drive a longer distance from town, you can get yourself a good price and location.

Be Prepared for Unpredictable Weather



Families in Easter often look for beach resorts with a guarantee of good weather and great local amenities. If you are happy to take a risk, you can stay a bit further North and enjoy nature, no matter what the weather has in store. Check out Anchorage Marriott Downtown for a convenient location and great amenities. You can stay close to museums, theaters, and the nearby Flattop Mountain Trail will give you plenty of opportunities to get away from the crowd.

Book a Log Cabin

For those who would like to make the most out of their Easter break and reflect on life, log cabins will provide the perfect level of privacy. You can get a log cabin on the outskirts of the town, or in the middle of the forest, and set up your base for getting into a healthy habit, trying a new yoga routine, or simply meditate every night connecting with nature.

Stay Mobile

If you want to see more of the world, you might want to get your RV out, and travel an area you haven’t visited yet. There is no perfect time for travel, and you can stay indoors or move to the other side of the mountain if you would like a change of scenery. Instead of being surrounded by technology and other people, take some time out to enjoy your own schedule and itinerary.

Stay In the Mountains

Taking an Easter break in the mountains is a great option for nature lovers. If you are a keen hiker, or enjoy exploring new places, staying in a mountain lodge can be the perfect option for you. After the ski season is over, some of these resorts stay open, and you can take advantage of lower prices.

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Whether you are a nature lover or would like to spend some time alone, you can book the perfect Easter vacation in a remote log cabin, or a hotel off the beaten path. Compare locations, deals, and make sure that you don’t end up at a family resort.


Char xo


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