If you're looking for a quick getaway, here are some hotel options that may work for you to book a visit online.
The following deals are from AAA Arizona:
This AAA Four Diamond property offers award-winning dining as well as amenities to suit anyone from the vacationing family to the high roller or business traveler. Rooms in the deluxe tower boast magnificent views of the majestic Sierra Nevada mountain range.
This AAA Three Diamond property is located in historical downtown Memphis on the trolley line, overlooking the Mississippi River and Mud Island River Park. Beale Street, Peabody Place, Rendezvous Restaurant, Pyramid Arena, FedEx Forum and Memphis Cook Convention Center are easily reached on foot or by trolley. The property also offers a complimentary continental breakfast and rooftop pool (seasonal).
This AAA Four Diamond property provides a perfect blend of privacy and attentiveness. Guest rooms are spacious, intimate, and the attention to detail is second to none. The property is conveniently located in the heart of the city's business, retail and cultural districts.
Visit AAA.com/travel for more information or to book.
*Price is based on double occupancy for select travel dates. Prices are subject to change, availability and prior sale. Other conditions and restrictions may apply.
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