For Summer, Conrad Miami ‘Stay Cool’ Package Links Room Rate to Temperature

This summer, Conrad Miami is offering one of the most original travel deals of 2013, the “Stay Cool” package. Conrad Miami is embracing summer’s high temperatures by setting deluxe room rates according to the highest Fahrenheit temperatures for the day of booking, which allows guests to reserve a luxury hotel stay for a very “cool” rate.

Conrad Miami will offer the “Stay Cool” package for the months of July and August. Guests must book between June 30, 2013 and August 31, 2013 and will be able to lock-in room rates based on the highest Fahrenheit temperature of the day of booking, as shown on the Conrad Miami website under the weather section of the hotel’s homepage. For example, a high temperature of 94 degrees means that guests can book a deluxe room for only $94 per night.

To book, call 305-503-6557 and request the “Stay Cool” package.

The applicable deluxe room rate will be determined solely by the hotel and will be the highest Fahrenheit temperature the day of booking. The same applicable deluxe room rate will apply throughout the entirety of the stay. The temperature taken into consideration will be the one posted on Conrad Miami’s website under the “At a Glance” menu under the “Hotel Information” tab or click. To book, call 305-503-6557 and request the “Stay Cool” package.

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