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Hotels Offering Unique Services to Help Holiday Guests Unwind

After hours, stuck in a middle seat on a delayed flight, many travelers just want a soft, comfy bed and a room service menu.
(CNN) After hours, stuck in a middle seat on a delayed flight, many travelers just want a soft, comfy bed and a room service menu.

But for others looking to unwind in a different -- perhaps more active -- way, hotels are offering more options.

Like other hotels in the Kimpton chain, the Monaco in Washington , offers a free bike program for guests; an opportunity to pedal away from it all.

Kimpton properties also offer in-room yoga mats, understanding how unforgiving holiday travel can be.

Similarly, many Westin hotels have run concierges to lead group runs, so an unfamiliar landscape, isn't a deterrent to exercise.

And if you're still debating whether to stay with family or do something different, Thanksgiving travelers will find holiday hotel rates relatively flat from last year, according to AAA.


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