Cancun is ranked top Labor Day destination for US travelers!!

The wonderful resort of Cancun in Mexico has once again been  ranked number one on Orbitz’  annual “Labor Day Weekend” edition of the Insider Index, which highlights the top 10 International (and U.S.) destinations where Americans will travel to enjoy the last long weekend of the 2010 summer travel season.

At number one on the International list, Cancun is the U.S. traveler’s choice, with budget-minded options for those vacationers looking to find the best deals, family-oriented spots, high-level spas, or extreme luxury for those who don’t mind splurging a bit.  For more information about fun things to do in Cancun and make direct hotel bookings go to: www.cancun.travel. Cancun’s only official information website.Top 10 International Labor Day Weekend Destinations

1.  Cancun, Mexico

2.  London, Great Britain

3.  Paris, France

4.  San Juan, Puerto Rico

5.  Rome, Italy

6.  San Jose Cabo, Mexico

7.  Barcelona, Spain

8.  Toronto, Canada

9.  Vancouver, Canada

10. Montego Bay, Jamaica

These results are based on air, hotel and hotel plus air package bookings made on Orbitz.com for travel from 9/3/2010 to 9/6/2010. Bookings made as of 8/19/2010.

The following are just a few of Cancun’s sizzling hot summer deals good through Labor Day and beyond:
Omni Cancun Hotel & Villas.  With its new “Fun-4-Summer” deal, available May 29th, 2010 through September 9th, 2010, the fourth night is free and children 12 and under receive complimentary breakfast. 
The Ritz-Carlton Cancun offers the ultimate in luxury. The Endless Flavors package allows guests to enjoy all the resorts restaurants and bars with a luxurious full meal plan that includes all food and beverage services.  This enticing offer is available from May 6 through December 15th, 2010.
 
Zöetry Paraíso de la Bonita in Puerto Morelos, Cancun is offering up to 50 percent off, plus 200 resort coupons that can be used towards romantic dinners, wines and spa treatments when you stay a minimum of three nights.  Booking must be made on or before June 15th, 2010 for travel now through December 23rd, 2010. 
The Bel Air Collection Hotel & Spa Cancun is giving one additional free night with a minimum stay of four nights on the Gourmet Plan (all inclusive). Reservations must be made before August 30th, 2010 for travel through September 30th, 2010. 
The Ramada Cancun City & Radisson Hacienda Cancun you will receive 20 percent off the nightly room rate when you stay a minimum of three nights, between August 1st and September 30th, 2010.
 
Le Meridien Cancun Resort and Spa offers Sunsational Savings. You get a free night (minimum four nights), food and beverage credit and/or component and a room upgrade.  This deal is available now through December 31st, 2010. 
 
LIVE AQUA Cancun has a special package perfect for those who seek complete relaxation! It includes a restful sanctuary in a deluxe ocean view room, an aromatherapy menu in the room with a selection of five different scents, daily buffet breakfast at Siete restaurant and a special 25 percent off at the spa.
 
With these great deals, it is no wonder Cancun ranks #1 on the Orbitz Labor Day weekend 2010 Index.  For a full list of hotels in Cancun and their special offers please visit http://cancun.travel/en/hotels/ and book a trip of a lifetime!

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