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The Jersey Shore and Atlantic City are still recovering from superstorm Sandy.

The Jersey Cares organization has teamed up with Travelzoo to highlight some winter travel deals.

Gabe Saglie, Travelzoo Senior Editor, shared the best deals during GDNY on Thursday.

Oyster Point Hotel

 

--Red Bank, NJ Boutique hotel in downtown Red Bank (an hour south of NYC and 45 minutes south of EWR

--Property was damaged by Superstorm Sandy but is already getting back to normal

-- the onsite Pearl Restaurant & Lounge reopened just last Thursday

--Red Bank offers a sophisticated blend of dining, shopping and theater options ·

$150/nt. for a River King Room

--Deal includes breakfast for two and bottle of wine at check-in Travel Feb. 21-March 31

 

 

--Cape May, NJ Chic hotel considered one of the best in quaint Cape May (the "jewel of the Jersey Shore")

Originally opened in 1816, Congress Hall served as a summer White House and today offers guests a breezy beachfront lawn, spa, bar and lounge, and fresh seafood and comfort food at the Blue Pig TavernGuests can walk past the ships moored in the harbor and down Washington St. for ice cream shops and boutiques · $100/nt. for an Ocean View Room (41% off) Travel through April

 

 

Atlantic City, NJ Super elegant and swanky 4-Star boutique hotel located directly on the Boardwalk

Property is home to saltwater pools, the popular C5 nightclub and full-service spaThere are 2 restaurants onsite, inc. Chelsea Prime, considered one of the top 5 dining venues in all of Atlantic City · $150/nt. for a Penthouse Suite (57% off)o These suites on the top floor of the Chelsea Luxe Tower boast bay views and features separate sunrooms w/floor-to-ceiling windows and custom mini-bars Travel through April

 

 

Spring Lake, NJ Sophisticated resort on Jersey's North Shore (Philadelphia is a 1.5-hour drive away)

Property incorporates European décor (mahogany furniture, Italian drapery, etc.)Hotel is close to beach (15 min.), Divine Park (w/direct access to Spring Lake) and downtown (home to antique shops, restaurants and boutiques) · $100/nt. in a Suite (53% off)o Deal inc. breakfast for 2 and full-day bike rentals for 2 Travel through April 11 If needed for some lower third stats:Jersey Cares Background o

--STaff of only 20 people, most of them also displaced by sANDY

Chateau Inn & Suites

The Chelsea

Congress Hall

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