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Vacation or Staycation

It’s summer time, and we are all ready to take a break.  But that brings on many questions, and one of the most difficult is deciding whether to take your break at home, or on the road.  We’re here to help you make the right decision for you and yours.

Relaxation Factor
The number one goal of many trips is relaxation, so how do vacations and staycations compare?  At home, you have access to your very own bed, but you are surrounded by your regular life and will still need to take care of the cooking and cleaning.

So, unless you can push past the normalcy of your home life, the win goes to vacation on this aspect.

Excitement Factor
If relaxation isn’t your thing (and even if it is) excitement is probably one of your main expectations for your time off.  There are certainly ways to make a stay at home exciting—try checking out new restaurants, museums, and the great outdoors.

But, traveling to a new place is where the real excitement lies.  So, if you are looking for a truly exciting break, you may want to take your trip on the road with a vacation.

Cost Factor
One of the most important elements of any time off is always the costs.  In this department, the staycation almost always wins, but that doesn’t mean a vacation needs to be expensive.

Take your next vacation at Hotel Zero Degrees, and check out some of the amazing free activities available, such as:

  • Tours
  • Museums
  • and Parks

With all of the free options, and the luxuries available through Hotel Zero Degrees, you can get the best of both worlds on your next vacation!