The Ice Hotel Quebec and Hilton Quebec are offering a " Frosty Ice Package" until April 3 that includes one night at each hotel with breakfast starting at $238 single or double occupancy. Deal applies for Sunday-Thursday stays. Taxes of 15 percent and a $2-per-night fee are extra. Priced separately, Ice Hotel rates typically start at $420 for two per night, and the Hilton starts at $152. Call 877-505-0423 to book.
9 Beaches, a new resort in Bermuda scheduled to open April 29, has an introductory package starting at $795 per couple that includes lodging for four nights in an oceanview cabana, transfers, breakfasts, one dinner for two and $100 worth of water-sport activities. The promo is good through June 9. Regular room-only rates will start at $245 per night. Taxes are 7.25 percent and gratuities are 15 percent more. Info: 866-841-9009, www.9beaches.com.
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LTU is offering sale fares between New York's JFK and Dusseldorf, Germany. The round-trip fare for nonstop travel departing May 1-June 2 is $463, including taxes. Purchase by March 8; complete travel by July 2. Friday-Sunday fares are $25 extra each way. Fare on other airlines starts at $551 out of New York and $672 from Washington. Info: 866-266-5588, www.ltu.com.
Wintergreen Resort in Virginia has discounted ski deals until the end of the season. A package that includes lodging for two in a one-bedroom condo and two days of lift tickets starts at $74 per person double, Sunday through Thursday. Package typically costs at least $271 for two. Taxes are $16 more per couple. Info: 800-266-2444, www.wintergreenresort.com.
If you have some frequent-flier miles to use up, Cunard has a transatlantic cruise on the QM2 departing New York April 22 from $799 per person double, with no return air. Usual fare is $1,499, including return air from London. Taxes are $40 extra. Call 800-5-CUNARD or a travel agent to book.
Seabourn has a second-week-free deal on four Mediterranean sailings from Monte Carlo. The 14-day voyages, departing July 10, Aug. 7, Sept. 4 and Oct. 2, start at $5,996 per person double. Taxes are $32 extra. Info: 800-929-9391, www.seabourn.com.
The May 1 seven-night sailing of the Golden Princess from San Juan to New York has been discounted to $599 per person double, plus about $50 in taxes, for an inside cabin -- a savings of at least $160 per couple. Info: 800-PRINCESS, www.princess.com.
United has introductory fares on its new service to Great Falls, Mont. Round-trip fare is $350, including taxes. Travel May 4-June 30; buy by March 19. Other airlines are matching; usual fare is about $390 round trip. Info: 800-UNITED-1, www.united.com.
Israir, a charter airline that offered scheduled service between New York and Tel Aviv last summer, is restarting its flights beginning March 23. Until March 31, fare is $299 each way; on April 1, fare goes to $349. Round-trip fare with taxes starts at $696. Fare on other airlines typically starts at about $857 round trip. Call 877-ISRAIR-1 or Sabra Tours at 866-ISRAIR-1.
A 12-night tour of China that includes round-trip airfare from Los Angeles; three flights within China; a five-night Yangtze River cruise; seven nights' lodging in Shanghai, Xian and Beijing; 27 meals; airport transfers; motorcoach transport; guides; and all entrance fees is being offered by Experience Asia Tours for $1,999 per person double. Priced separately, the airfare, cruise and lodging alone would cost at least $2,000. Depart May 30, July 11 or Aug. 15. Taxes are an extra $146. Info: 877-481-2446, www.experienceasia.net.
A Rome package with round-trip airfare from Washington Dulles and five nights' lodging and breakfasts at the Hotel Delle Vittorie is $819 per person double, plus about $130 in taxes. The deal from Crown Travel is good for travel Tuesday-Thursday in April and May. Holiday blackouts apply. Air to Rome is about $535 and the hotel about $217 a night, for a total savings of about $128 per person. Info: 800-853-6453, www.crown-travel.com.
-- Carol Sottili
Prices were verified and available on Thursday afternoon when the Travel section went to press. However, deals sell out quickly and are not guaranteed to be available. Restrictions such as day of travel, blackout dates and advance-purchase requirements sometimes apply.