updated 6/25/2009 10:52:42 AM ET 2009-06-25T14:52:42

D.C., from $92 per room per night
Ten Kimpton hotels in D.C. are honoring the country's birthday with a Party Like It's 1776 package: Stay Friday and Saturday nights and get a Sunday night stay for $17.76. Bookings at the posh Hotel Helix in Dupont Circle are available for $129 per night, with the third night for $17.76, which brings the rate down to about $92 per night, a savings of about 30 percent. Be sure to catch the National Independence Day Parade, with more than 100 marching bands and floats, along Constitution Avenue.

Book by: July 6, 2009.

When: Through July 31, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 14.5 percent. Based on single or double occupancy. The $17.76 rate is only good on Sunday nights. Use promo code 1776.

Contact: 800/546-7866, hotelhelix.com.

Bradford, N.H., from $119 per room per night
The Rosewood Country Inn, which has a porch and gardens, is offering a Fourth of July package. Enjoy accommodations, a three-course breakfast daily, free wine and hors d'oeuvres on Friday night, and an old-fashioned barbecue on the Fourth that includes hotdogs, hamburgers, and summer-berry shortcake. Rates start at $119 per room per night, or $238 for the required two-night stay.

When: July 3–5, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 6 percent. Based on double occupancy; no single bookings. Requires a two-night stay.

Contact: 800/938-5273, rosewoodcountryinn.com.

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Weston, Fla., from $124 per room per night
The Hyatt Regency Bonaventure has a Classic Family Vacation package that's good over the Fourth. It includes accommodations, breakfast daily, 15 percent off at the hotel's steak house and its spa, snacks for the kids, and a 20 percent off coupon for purchases on nationalgeographic.com. If your family is looking to spread out, you can book this package and add a second room at 50 percent off the best available rate. This package is also available for a one-bedroom suite (with kitchenette), starting at $164 per room per night.

When: Through Sept. 7, 2009.

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Details: Based on double to quad occupancy. Use promo code FAMVAC.

Contact: 888/414-9288, hyatt.com.

Slideshow: Dreaming of D.C. Upstate New York, from $135 per room per night
More than 250 rustic cabins, B&Bs, family lodges, and luxurious hotels in upstate New York are offering a third-night-free promotion. Rates start at $135 per night at the pet-friendly Inn at the Ridge in the Hudson Valley, one of many properties honoring the third-night-free deal over the Fourth weekend. In addition, travelers can save 20 percent on fares to all New York State destinations served by Amtrak and/or receive a 5 percent discount on Enterprise car rentals. More info on those deals here. Hotel room rates vary.

When: Ongoing.

Details: Does not include taxes of 6 percent. Based on single or double occupancy.

Contact: summergetaways.iloveny.com.

Slideshow: Bustling 'Beantown' Boston, from $149 per room per night
The Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel's Summer Renaissance package includes accommodations, a walking map of the city's historic attractions, a coupon booklet, and complimentary use of the health club and lap pool. The hotel is within walking distance of the Boston's Children Museum and New England Aquarium. The city is hosting a Boston Pops concert and fireworks show for the Fourth. Rates start at $149 per room per night, a savings of about 25 percent.

When: July 1–10, 2009.

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

Contact: 800/468-3571, renaissanceboston.com.

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Philadelphia, from $150 per room per night
Spruce Hill Manor has rooms available for the weekend of the Fourth. The brick mansion, built in 1879, has gardens and lawns, and the manor's interior has original woodwork and fireplaces. There's a viewing point for fireworks within walking distance. Rates start at $150 per room per night. (For more B&B ideas, go to bedandbreakfast.com.)

When: July 3–5, 2009.

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

Contact: 215/472-2213, sprucehillmanor.com.

Beverly Hills, from $159 per room per night
The Economic Stimulus rate at the Luxe Hotel Rodeo Drive includes accommodations at 20 percent off. The 88-room hotel is located between the Michael Kors and Valentino stores on Rodeo Drive and has complimentary Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, and access to an off-site gym. Rates start at $159 per room per night.

When: July 1–8, 2009.

Details: Does not include taxes of 15.5 percent. Based on single or double occupancy. Use promo code HOLIDAY.

Contact: 800/468-3541, luxehotelrodeodrive.com.

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Hotels.com has a Fourth of July sale with free nights at hotels nationwide, including cities like Denver, Miami, and Seattle.

Book by: July 4 for travel July 1–8.

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