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Grab your swim trunks and flippy-floppies – it’s time to beat the heat in San Diego this summer by cruising through the city’s beautiful bay with the I’m on a Boat package, available at the AAA Four-Diamond Hard Rock Hotel. Priced from $713 for a two-night stay in a studio room or suite at the prestigious property, the package includes breakfast at a local diner called Maryjane’s, as well as a two-hour luxury yacht rental.
You can choose between two yachts: the Formula 40 Performance Cruiser, outfitted with twin turbo engines, or the Sea Ray 310, which offers flat-screen televisions and an onboard barbecue – perfect for flippin’ burgers.
The added bonus: You’ll be granted VIP access to some of San Diego’s most popular nightlife venues, including Float and 207.
THE VALUE: The I’m on a Boat package shaves up to 45 percent off standard rates for a two-hour boat rental.
In regards to the hotel, this property is situated in the sought-after Gaslamp Quarter and boasts 420 rooms, all of which exhibit a classy rock ‘n’ roll vibe complete with sleek, contemporary décor, 42-inch flat-screen televisions, and rain showerheads.
THE CATCH: Sunglasses not included.
THE DETAILS: The I’m on a Boat package is available through October 30, is subject to availability, and certain blackout dates apply. It is highly recommended that guests make reservations for the yacht rental at least two weeks in advance. Breakfast at Maryjane’s does not include taxes, service charges, or gratuities. To book this deal, visit www.hardrockhotelsd.com or call 888-834-2628. For more information about charting a boat, visit www.sbryachtcharterclub.com.
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