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Almond Resorts Offers 50 Percent Off at All Properties

MarketWatch: "Almond Resorts is pleased to announce 50 percent off all of its properties when booking from now until Feb. 9 for travel from May 1 - Dec. 20, 2009. Located on the islands of Barbados and St. Lucia, the all-inclusive experience is available starting from $300 for a four-day/three-night stay in St. Lucia and $460 in Barbados.
Almond Resorts boasts five all-inclusive properties that are located on Caribbean coasts fringed with palm trees and hugged with gently lapping waters. The all-inclusive price provides for unlimited food and beverage, with a choice of a la carte or buffet-style dining in a relaxed or upscale atmosphere, as well as room service and activities for children from newborn to teenager."

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