<p><span class="xn-location">TORONTO</span>, <span class="xn-chron">Aug. 4</span> /CNW/ -- No matter how much you are looking forward to going away with a significant other, travelling together can be a challenge. It doesn't matter if you have been married for decades or are just testing the waters as a couple, what can you do to ensure a blissful getaway? Hotels.ca offers a few ways to help make the vacation a great experience.</p>
1. Plan it together - It's important that you both feel like you have a
part in the trip's success. A website, like Hotels.ca is helpful
you can check out all kinds of accommodations from bed and breakfast
properties to boutique hotels to vacation rentals to spa resorts.
Together you can read the guest reviews, and check out the location
relative to the sites you want to see.
2. Work on each other's strength - During planning, if one of you is a
savvy researcher then perhaps that person can do the destination
investigation while the other could be responsible for booking the
flights or hotels. Working with each other's strengths is even more
important while travelling; whether it is to navigate the drive, pack
plan the itinerary, this can make the trip more successful.
3. Pace Yourselves - Take time for the small moments and some relaxation.
Factor in downtime for your vacation as well as extra time while
4. Communicate - Seems simple enough, but sometimes the questions need to
be asked. Are you tired? Are you hungry? Do you want to stay in this
town for another day? We can quickly forget that we are not mind
readers. Be sure to let your partner know what you're thinking before
it's too late to do something about it.
5. Take Time for Yourself - It's important on vacation to have some time
for yourself, whether it is to relax or explore. Bring a book, iPod or
stationery to write a letter. Time of solitude can help you overcome a
6. Do Not Disturb - Travel can be tough on people, particularly if you
a regular sleeping pattern. Make sure to sleep-in and enjoy the
benefits of a good rest when you're away.
7. Try Something New - Adding a first-time adventure for the couple can
create an exciting day for both and wonderful memory to treasure.
8. Stick with the Budget - Know what you want to spend before you go, but
be sure to add in a little splurge money for the opportunities that
spring up when travelling.
9. Use the Hotel Concierge - Frequent travelers know that the concierge
make things happen. They often have discount tickets to area
attractions, know the best restaurants and want to help make your hotel
10. You Don't Have to Go Far to Get Away - A vacation is merely a break
from the ordinary. And sometimes staying in a nearby resort can feel
like you're one million miles away.
<p>Start planning your vacation by visiting Hotels.ca and save up to 30% on a variety of properties from across <span class="xn-location">North America</span> and the rest of the world.</p>
<p>Hotels.ca, part of the hotels.com worldwide group of sites is a leading provider of worldwide accommodations to Canadians, offering reservation services through its website at <a href="http://www.hotels.ca">www.hotels.ca</a> and its toll-free call centre at 1-800-CA-HOTELS (1-800-224-6835). Hotels.ca offers travellers the widest selection of accommodations - from traditional hotels to vacation rentals - at over 99,000 properties in <span class="xn-location">Canada</span>, the <span class="xn-location">United States</span>, <span class="xn-location">Europe</span>, and around the world. The company offers a one-stop shopping source for hotels, with over 1.8 million customer reviews, a Price Match Guarantee and pricing in Canadian dollars. Hotels.ca is a brand owned and operated by Expedia, Inc. (Nasdaq: EXPE).</p>
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