PHOTO: San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. (Photo via Flickr/Alejandro Cabrera)
If you think you missed out on a much-needed Spring Break getaway, think again. There is still plenty of time to book an escape at a great price.
On Thursday, Hotwire revealed its top five destinations for Spring Break travel based on 2017 booking data.
The Expedia subsidiary analyzed some of the top Spring Break destinations to uncover which boast the best value in 2017 compared to 2016.
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Interestingly, Boston made the cut, boasting savings of 10 percent this year compared to last year. Travelers using Hotwire can snag a 3.5-star hotel room for just over $150 per night this spring.
Although not a warm-weather city, there's no shortage of things to see and do in Boston this time of year. Beyond iconic landmarks and sight-seeing opportunities, Massachusetts' capital is home to some of the nation's best brewery tours, cruises and sporting venues.
Despite Beantown's value, though, travelers will be hard-pressed to pass up a trip to Mexico this spring. After all, Hotwire's data pointed to both Guadalajara and San Jose del Cabo as tremendous value destinations for Spring Break 2017.
The former boasts savings of 15 percent compared to 2016, while visitors to the latter can save up to 10 percent this year compared to last. And who needs an excuse to unwind in Cabo?
What's more, Guadalajara travelers can find a four-star hotel for less than $60 per night.
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If Mexico's beautiful beaches are too far to travel this spring, you'd be wise to head out West. Based on Hotwire's research, Phoenix, Arizona and Colorado Springs, Colorado are two of the top five Spring Break value destinations this year, boasting 15 percent and 10 percent savings, respectively, compared to last year.
A three-star hotel in either city can be had for under $100 per night on Hotwire this spring, and you can bet you'll be warm.
Hotwire's data is based on travel from April 10-16, 2017 (compared to the same dates in 2016). Percentages are based on demand and nightly room rates are based on Hot Rate Hotels searched March 8, 2017.