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It's not too late to take advantage of some great travel deals for Mother's Day. As a mom who's always on the run - literally - a rejuvenating stay at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate this Mother’s Day would be an unforgettable remedy to a year of car pools, play date duties and endless homework checking.
The Omni Orlando Resort is offering “spoiling” services for the weekend, including an appetite-pleasing Mother’s Day Brunch and 20 percent off spa services at the new Mokara Spa, ranging from a customized Mokara facial to a Dragonfly Stone Massage. And, to make the deal even sweeter they are offering the package the weekend after Mother's Day, too. Here are the details:
Omni Orlando Resort Mother's Day Package
Valid May 11-13, and May 18-21, starting at $147/night
· Two night luxury resort accommodations arriving Friday or Saturday
· Mother’s Day Brunch for a family of four *
· Breakfast included daily
· 20 percent off spa services
*Two adults and two children
About the Resort
Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate offers luxury accommodations including 720 rooms and suites, two championship Greg Norman-designed golf courses, a full-service European-style spa, two heated outdoor pools, an 850-foot lazy river and five diverse dining experiences from sushi and sake at ZEN to the Italian herb garden and brick oven flatbreads at Trevi’s.
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Until next time, I'm off and running ...
Lorraine Robertson is an author, nationally published freelance writer and creator of the site RunWifeyRun.com. After two marathons, nine half marathons and countless smaller races she's still packing her running shoes and looking for her next great race. Lorraine was featured on the Travel Channel’s “Great Cruises: Why Not The Mediterranean?” television show and her life-changing wedding appeared on TLC’s “A Wedding Story.” She lives in the metro Atlanta area with her husband, Napoleon and their kids, Miles, 10, and Milan, 8.