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A Titanic New Year’s; Presidential Suite stay; Boating in Arizona

A Titanic New Year’sThe Titanic interactive museum in Branson, Mo., is throwing a New Year’s party with Titanic-themed décor and a dinner ­replicating the ship’s menu. Party tickets and a double room start at $399.Contact: Chateauonthelake.com

Presidential Suite stayThrough Dec. 30, a night’s stay in the Presidential Suite at the Los Angeles Hyatt Regency Century Plaza is discounted to $2,008. Every U.S. president since Lyndon B. Johnson has stayed there.Contact: Centuryplaza.hyatt.com

Boating in ArizonaThrough March 15, explore Lake Powell and the surrounding canyons in Arizona’s Glen Canyon National Park. A package including two nights in a lake-view double room and rental of a 19-foot powerboat is $388 for two. Contact: Lakepowell.com

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