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Soak up the Caribbean sun this winter!

Charlotte Travel Examiner: "Head for Port of Spain, Trinidad for exceptional birdwatching or some of the most delicious shark fin sandwiches in the world. The island’s spectacular new Hyatt Regency is a business traveler favorite, but has introduced one of the most organic and well-balanced spas in the Caribbean luring tourists from around the world. In fact, each treatment was designed by experienced spa therapists with scientific backgrounds. Sip a daiquiri by the infinity pool or sup by the water at the open-air lobby bar and café. The Hyatt is the city’s best base for visitors looking for a home during Trinidad’s world-famous Carnival that takes during the last week of February and first week of March."

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