updated 6/16/2010 11:53:01 AM ET 2010-06-16T15:53:01

The official word is that Thailand is once again safe for tourists, according to Thailand Tourism, and hotels like the Metropolitan Bangkok are relieved.

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To encourage travelers to once again experience the invigorating city that combines the ancient and modern in one luscious jumble, the COMO hotel has rolled back its rates to a mere $80 through July, allowing you to experience the smoothly designed rooms decorated with art by Natee Utarit, Michelin-starred restaurant, and the Shambhala Urban Escape spa.

The value: $80/night (2,600 baht) is 69 percent off regular rack rates of $260. The rate is for a City Room.

The catch: Most dates we checked actually had rates $82-85 per night.

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