Summer is here and as temperatures begin to soar, you may be looking for a relaxing beach getaway.
This week's travel deals will help you save big on oceanside resorts and hotels, perfect for family-friendly vacations or a couple's retreat.
Looking to entertain the kids AND relax on a pristine beach?
Head to Florida's gulf coast , where travelers can save 50 percent on rates between June and September -- even holiday weekends!
The Residence Inn Fort Myers Sanibel boasts a comfortable atmosphere perfect for families and even includes free hot breakfast for as low as $64 per night.
Want a more romantic rendesvous?
The Ala Moana Hotel in Waikiki is offering rates up to 40 percent lower than comparable resorts and is located near shopping, entertainment and stunning beaches, all perfect for a couple's stay.
The hotel is also located just moments from the popular Ala Moana Beach Park, a perfect spot for surfing and swimming.
If you're looking to escape to an even more exotic locale, there's another deal perfect for you -- in Jamaica!
The adults-only Breezes Resort, Spa & Golf Club - Runaway Bay is offering 40 percent off regular rates for travel from June through August.
The all-inclusive resort has extensive free activities, including water and land sports perfect for adventurous travelers.
Looking for even more of this week's best travel deals? Visit Travelzoo .
Copyright 2011 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Did You Hear?
An arrest warrant has been issued for supposedly-dead rapper Tim Dog, who is accused of faking his death to avoid paying a woman $19,000.
Charles Ramsey, who helped rescue the three Cleveland women held captive by Ariel Castro, will get free McDonald's from his local fast food favorite for the next year, a McDonald's spokeswoman said.
A group of researchers has developed a map that shows how discriminatory a given county is based on the number of insulting tweets sent from that area.
The volume of travel during Memorial Day weekend is expected to decline slightly this year, said AAA on Wednesday, due to a steep drop in air travel amid a shaky economy.