updated 4/24/2009 10:15:08 AM ET 2009-04-24T14:15:08

Denver, from $129 per room per night
The Mother's Day Brunch Escape Package at the Denver Marriott South at Park Meadows includes accommodations and brunch for two adults at the Sonoma'z Grill. The hotel also offers free parking. Rates start at $129 per room per night.

When: May 9, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 5 percent. Based on double occupancy; no single bookings. Use promo code P52. Reservations required for brunch; kids under 6 eat free.

Contact: 800/228-9290, marriott.com.

Grand Rapids, from $149 per room per night
The Mother's Day Package at the Grand Rapids Downtown Courtyard by Marriott includes accommodations, free brunch for moms at the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel (a $38 value), free parking, and 50 percent off a second room—an added incentive for families looking to spread out. Moms will also be entered in a spa giveaway. Rates start at $149 per room per night; the package is also available at the Amway Grand Plaza starting at $164 per night and at the JW Marriott Grand Rapids starting at $189 per night.

When: May 9, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 14 percent. Based on double occupancy; no single bookings. Brunch reservations are required; one free brunch per room; it will cost $38 for adults and $17 for kids 4 to 12 (kids 3 and under are free).

Contact: 616/242-6000, ourcourtyardgr.com.

Slideshow: High times in Denver Santa Fe, N.M., from $188 per room per night
The Muy Sabrosa Cooking School package at the Inn on the Alameda includes accommodations, a two-and-a-half-hour cooking class with lunch for two at the Santa Fe School of Cooking (a $120 value), breakfast daily, an afternoon wine and cheese reception daily, and a $40 gift certificate for dinner at Mucho Gusto, next door to the inn. Choose from classes on chile, wine, and salsa. Rates start at $188 per room per night, or $376 for the required two-night stay.

When: Available May 8–10 and other select dates through December 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 15 percent. Based on double occupancy; single occupancy rates start at $402 per room per night. Requires a two-night stay.

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Contact: 888/984-2121, innonthealameda.com.

Amelia Island, Fla., from $238 per room per night
The Mother's Day Special at the Amelia Island Williams House includes accommodations, two tickets to the Mad Hatter's Tea and Spring Garden Tour, in-room fresh flowers and homemade cookies upon arrival, breakfast daily, and a wine and cheese reception each evening. Moms will also get a Tussie-Mussie, or a traditional Victorian bouquet of flowers (often used as a bridal bouquet). The four-hour Mad Hatter's tour takes guests through all seven bed-and-breakfasts in the region. Rates start at $238 per room per night, or $475 for the required two-night stay.

When: May 8–10, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 10 percent. Based on double occupancy; no single bookings. Requires a two-night stay.

Contact: 800/414-9258, williamshouse.com.

Disney World, Fla., from $250 per room per night
The Magical Mother's Day Weekend Package at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort includes accommodations and some treats for moms: a box of chocolates, a complimentary trip to the Sunday morning Disney character brunch buffet, a 50-minute Swedish massage (a $115 value), and late check-out. The resort is located between Epcot and Disney's Hollywood Studios. Rates start at $250 per room per night; keep in mind that the package inclusions represent savings of 30 percent.

When: May 8–10, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 13 percent and a $10 per day resort fee (which covers calls, health club access, Wi-Fi, and bottled water daily). Based on double occupancy; no single bookings. Use promo code MOTHER. Requires a two-night stay. Moms eat brunch free when accompanied by a child; it costs about $19 for adults and $12 for kids 12 and under.

Contact: 888/828-8850, swananddolphin.com.

Avon, Colo., from $279 per room per night
The Thank You Mom Spa Getaway at the Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa includes accommodations in a Studio Suite with a fireplace, a $100 credit at the resort's spa, a $40 credit at Restaurant Avondale, a complimentary robe, and free valet parking (a $25 per night value). The spa offers treatments like riverstone massages and an organic-coffee foot replenisher. Rates start at $279 per room per night, which represents a savings of $100 off regular rates.

When: Through May 31, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 12 percent or a $20 resort fee per day. Based on double occupancy; no single bookings. Use promo code WESMOM.

Contact: 866/716-8137, starwoodhotels.com.

Montauk, N.Y., from $310 per room per night
The Mother's Day Package at the Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina includes accommodations, a one-hour Swedish massage for moms (a $110 value), breakfast in bed for two adults and up to two kids, and a complimentary Mother's Day yoga class. The resort is celebrating its 80th birthday by unveiling huge renovations; it also houses a marina and a spa. Rates start at $319 per room per night, a savings of 20 percent.

When: Through May 31, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 9 percent or a $12 per night resort fee. Based on up to quad occupancy.

Contact: 888/692-8668, montaukyachtclub.com.

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