updated 6/10/2009 10:10:40 AM ET 2009-06-10T14:10:40

Myrtle Beach, S.C., from $67 per room per night
The Red Hot Summer Deals at the Landmark Resort will save you about 20 percent off normal rates. The resort has a water park with a lazy river and a nine-hole mini-golf golf course. There's also a free airport shuttle. The 326-room hotel is right on the sandy beach of the Atlantic and about a mile from a golf course. Rates start at $67 per room per night for a standard guest room; upgrade to an ocean-view room for an additional $7 per night or to an oceanfront suite for an additional $28 per night.

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When: Through Aug. 2, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 12 percent. Based on single or double occupancy.

Contact: 800/845-0658, landmarkresort.com.

Norfolk, Va., from $98 per room per night
The Sail Into Savings promotion includes accommodations at a discounted room rate and discounts to attractions like the Norfolk Botanical Garden (admission $6, a savings of 10 percent), the Chrysler Museum of Art (admission $7, buy one get one free), and American Rover Sailing Cruises (cruise $14, buy one get one free). Norfolk, a major port and military base, has a public beach, Ocean View Park, which hosts events throughout the summer. There are 10 hotels participating in the package, with the downtown Norfolk Plaza Hotel being the least expensive, starting at $98 per room per night (a savings of about 15 percent).

When: Through Aug. 30, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 13 percent. Based on single or double occupancy.

Contact: 800/368-3097, visitnorfolktoday.com.

Naples, Fla., from $99 per room per night
The Escape package at the Naples Grande Resort & Club includes accommodations and a fourth night free when you stay three nights. There are also discounts and perks, such as free breakfast for kids under 10 and a half-day Kids Club session for kids under 12. Discounts include 25 percent off golf fees and lunch and dinner at the restaurant, and 15 percent off spa treatments, gift shop purchases, and a personal-trainer session or tennis lesson. All told, the discounts could save you up to $400. The 23-acre waterfront resort has three miles of sand beach and three swimming pools, including a family pool with a 100-foot waterslide. Rates start at $99 per room per night, and with the fourth night free, you'll save almost 50 percent off typical rates.

Book by: July 15, 2009 and receive a free night on another stay through Dec. 20, 2009.

When: Through Sept. 30, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 10 percent or a daily resort fee of $20. Based on double occupancy; no single bookings. Requires a four-night stay.

Contact: 888/722-1267, naplesgranderesort.com.

Amelia Island, Fla., from $119 per room per night
The Stimulus Savings Special at the Ash Street Inn represents a savings of 35 percent off typical rates and includes breakfast daily. The inn is in Fernandina Beach's historic downtown, a 10-minute walk from a shopping and dining area. There are 13 miles of beach to explore on Amelia Island, which is about 35 miles north of Jacksonville. Rates start at $119 per night for a standard room; a premium room (with a whirlpool bathtub) starts at $199 per night.

When: Through June 30, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 10 percent. Based on single or double occupancy. Requires a two-night stay on weekends.

Contact: 800/277-6660, ashstreetinn.net.

Cape Cod, Mass., from $125 per room per night
The Go Green promotion at the Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club will save you 20 percent if you book a weeklong stay and forgo housekeeping services. The $125 rate is good for a one-bedroom Arbor Village suite, with a full kitchen, living room, and washer and dryer. Additionally, guests staying four nights or more receive a $50 resort credit good toward dining, spa treatments, or golf on the region's only Jack Nicklaus–designed 18-hole course. Rates start at $125 per room per night, or $875 for the required seven-night stay.

When: Through Sept. 6, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 10 percent and a resort fee of $24 per day. Based on double occupancy; no single bookings. Mention Go Green at time of booking.

Contact: 508/896-9000, oceanedge.com.

Cape May, N.J., from $125 per room per night
The Periwinkle Inn is across the street from the Cape May beach. All rooms have private patios or balconies, many with views of the water. Thanks to a pink exterior, the inn is hard to miss. It also has a pool. Rates start at $125 per room per night.

When: Sept. 7–19, 2009; add $26 per night for June 12–18, $44 per night for June 19–July 9; and $84 per night for July 10–Sept. 6. Also note that you can get a room with a kitchenette starting at $172 per night; check here for more details on rates.

Details: Does not include taxes of 14 percent. Based on single or double occupancy.

Contact: 609/884-9200, periwinkleinn.com.

Duck, N.C., from $129 per room per night
Booking site resortsandlodges.com lists 135 resorts on the North Carolina coast, including the Sanderling Resort & Spa on the Outer Banks. The 91-room resort is in the midst of a miles-long private beach and next to the Pine Island Audubon Sanctuary. Rates start at $129 per room per night. Browse the other properties at resortsandlodges.com to compare prices and availability.

When: Ongoing.

Details: Does not include taxes of 12 percent. Based on single or double occupancy.

Contact: 877/650-4812, resortsandlodges.com.

Myrtle Beach, S.C., from $169 per room per night
Kids under 12 stay, play, and eat free at the Marina Inn at Grande Dunes. There's a children's activities program, indoor and outdoor pools, two golf courses, and four restaurants at the resort. The $169 rate is for a standard room, but the resort is also offering 25 percent off their two-bedroom villas if you stay three nights, starting at $215 per night.

When: July 1–Aug. 31, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 12 percent or a resort fee of $15 per day. Based on single or double occupancy. Kids over 12 will be charged the adult rate.

Contact: 877/347-2633, grandedunes.com.

Chesapeake, Md., from $279 per room per night
The Mid Week Retreat at Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay includes accommodations, a $50 activity credit and a $40 breakfast credit per night, and a guaranteed rate of $99 per round at the golf course (a savings of 30 percent). The 400-room hotel is located along the Choptank River on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Rates start at $279 per room per night.

When: Through Sept. 18, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 13 percent or a resort fee of $12 resort per day. Based on single or double occupancy. Requires a two-night stay.

Contact: 410/901-1234, chesapeakebay.hyatt.com.

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