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Wyndham on St. Thomas offers an all-inclusive lure

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, capital of the U...Image via Wikipedia
thestar.com: "On most Caribbean islands, all-inclusive resorts are the rule rather than the exception. But that’s not always the case, particularly in destinations that cater primarily to American vacationers, who up until recently regarded all-inclusives with some suspicion and preferred to keep their hotel costs unbundled. On St. Thomas, part of the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa is relaunching as the only “true, 100 per cent” all-inclusive resort on the island with a special Summer Getaway rate starting at $387 (U.S.) per night, double occupancy, that includes unlimited food and beverages and half-day access to the supervised Kid’s Club. The $387 rate applies to stays Aug. 23-Sept. 30, while a higher (but still discounted) rate starting at $405 is in effect July 1-Aug. 22.
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