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While an urban getaway can be the perfect way to restore the wind beneath your wings, it's easy to let the hotel bill rumple your feathers. Luckily, your savings will soar when you nab today's escape to the Hyatt Regency Greenwich for a one-night stay in an atrium view room — including breakfast for two, wireless internet, and parking — on a weekday ($140) or weekend ($95).

Located in the quaint town of Greenwich, Connecticut, just 45 minutes from Manhattan, this AAA Three Diamond property is the perfect place to land after a long day of meetings in Stamford or touring the Big Apple. Make your nest in the comfort of your deluxe oversized guest room, featuring luxurious linens, an LCD flat-screen television, wireless internet, and iHome stereo.

Early birds will find plenty to eat at the breakfast buffet in the Winfield's atrium cafe, where you'll feel right at home among the towering atrium's trees, flowering plants, paths, and streams. Or, sleep in and — for an additional fee — treat yourself to the award-winning Sunday brunch before migrating to the Enzo Riccobene Salon & Spa for a signature massage and European-style facial (not included).

Let stress continue to melt away with a soak in the glass-enclosed whirlpool and steam room, or perfect your crow posture in a mid-morning yoga class.

Spend some time among fine feathered friends at Greenwich's Audobon Center. Birds of a fashionable feather flock to Greenwich Avenue's luxury boutiques, unique galleries and department stores with the Hyatt's complimentary shuttle service.

Once you take flight on this airy escape, you're bound to be all aflutter.

Escape kit

  • A one-night weekend ($95) or weekday ($140) stay for two in an atrium view room
  • Breakfast for two
  • Wireless internet
  • Parking included
  • Book by 5 July

For details and to reserve your stay, visit LivingSocial Escapes. Then, plan your trip to catch some of New England's stunning fall foliage, and on your way back see a few of New York's attractions.

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