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Caribbean Travel News: News for travelers visiting the Caribbean

Caribbean Travel News: News for travelers visiting the Caribbean: "A one-king, resort view guest room at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman in August may cost $349 per night. That same room jumps north of $949 per night towards the end of December.

The cheapest rooms at the Montelier Plantaion Inn in the West Indies can go for $280 in summer and $490 in winter.

At Cap Juluca, in Anguilla, a standard superior room is $400 in the summer season, May to mid-November, $535 in the autumn season, mid-November to mid-December, and $825 in the winter season, January-March.

The trend continues at Jumby Bay in Antigua. Two-bed, Harbour Villa rates are expected to be $2500 in late-April 2009 and $3250 from January to mid-April 2009.

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