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Almond Resorts Invites Guests to A Family Vacation in the Caribbean With New Suites and a Summer Escape Sale

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Barbados and St. Lucia (Vocus/PRWEB ) May 20, 2010 -- Almond Resorts, announces new Family Suites, and an exciting Summer Escape Sale, just in time for a family vacation in the Caribbean. The new suites at Almond Resorts include the same gracious amenities as other rooms on property, and have two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
These new suites, coupled with the Summer Escape Sale, offer guests the perfect family vacation in the Caribbean this summer. Travel now through June 30, 2010 and Sept. 1-30, 2010, book this special, and receive premium, unlimited drinks and meals at a variety of gourmet restaurants, shopping tours, kids clubs access and multiple water sports options.
Guests can enjoy the Summer Escape Sale with rates starting at just $139 per person/per night for a four-day/three-night stay now through June 30, 2010 and Sept. 1 – 30, 2010*.
Almond Resorts Properties Featuring This Special Include:

 
  • Almond Beach Village, Heywoods, St. Petet, Barbados
  • Almond Morgan Bay, Choc Bay, Grois Islet, St. Lucia
  • Almond Casuarina Beach, Christ Church, Barbados
  • Almond Smugglers Cove, Cap Estates, St. Lucia

*Travel now through June 30, 2010 and Sept. 1-30, 2010. Rate is per person, per night. Does not include air or transfer. May not be combined with any other promotion
Almond Resorts Offers Incredible Amenities For A Family Vacation in the Caribbean

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