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Last-minute travel deals

Quintessential New York; Spain by the sea; Caribbean island escape

Quintessential New YorkStay in the heart of Manhattan at one of the city’s most famous hotels. Rates at the New Yorker start at $199 and include two passes to the Empire State Building Observation Deck and breakfast at the 39th floor Sky Lounge. Through Sept. 30. newyorkerhotel.com

Spain by the sea Modern hotel chain Room Mate welcomes you to its downtown Barcelona edition, Pau, with a 20 percent discount. Rates start as low as $132 a night when you book by Aug. 5 for stays through Sept. 2.pau.room-matehotels.com

Caribbean island escape Stay at Princess Beach Curaçao Resort, Spa & Casino on Curaçao island for $89 per person a night, with unlimited meals and drinks, from Aug. 15 through Oct. 31. Book by Sept. 8. Mention “Travelzoo $89 promotion.” Email reservations@princessbeachcuracao.com

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