Just when you thought all the best holiday sales were over, hits you with a deal so good you text all your friends about it. So here it is: For a limited time the travel site is offering to pick up the tab on your stay at the in Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland.
Yes, you read that right, and no, it's not a typo. Ittoqqortoormiit is the smallest town in Greenland, and you can stay there for basically nothing thanks to this new promo. Starting today, if you book a trip to the Guesthouse during the month of March 2019, your room will be covered. Just choose to pay for your trip online and enter the code REMOTE to redeem the Hotels.com offer. You'll be responsible for 1% of the bill―which comes out to be a few dollars―and they'll take care of the rest. But be warned, you have to book fast.
The Ittoqqortoormiit Guesthouse, hotels.com
The deal ends on December 31st, so you have just over a month to pull the trigger on this vacay. But beyond that, spots are limited. And the catch, because there's always a catch, is that the offer is only valid for the first 217 bookings. So you better make sure you're one of them. The good news is, you can have up to seven nights covered―that's a whole week almost totally free.
If a basically free hotel stay isn't enough to convince you to head to Ittoqqortoormiit, there are a few other fun facts about the remote destination you might want to hear. For starters, the town borders Northeast Greenland National Park, aka the world’s largest national park. If you like nature, you'll love this: There are no cars, buses, or trains in Ittoqqortoormiit, and if you want to get around you'll be traveling by dogsled. Sign. Me. Up. Did I mention you can see the Northern Lights right from the doorstep of your room? That's a thing, and it's very cool. Last but not least, you will be able to completely unplug. The Guesthouse only has seven rooms, and there are only about 450 people in the town to begin with, so it's practically guaranteed to be chill. What are you waiting for?
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