Sandy Lane, Barbados’ AAA 5 Diamond resort, is offering a new Tropical Escape package for travelers looking to trade winter’s snow and ice for tropical sun and sand. In addition to one complimentary night offered to guests booking eight night stays, the Tropical Escape package features a full daily breakfast in the resort’s elegant beachfront restaurant, complimentary round trip transfers, and unlimited use of non-motorized water sports.
States General Manager Robert Logan, “We know our guests are still looking for value during these challenging times and Sandy Lane’s Tropical Escape package is the perfect Caribbean retreat for every member of the family looking to take advantage of the resort’s superior golf, spa and children’s club. It’s also easier than ever to visit Sandy Lane and Barbados with new daily non-stop flights from Philadelphia on US Airways and from New York’s JFK Airport aboard JetBlue complementing the existing American Airlines flights”.
The Tropical Escape package offers one night complimentary to guests who book eight nights. Rates start at $9,800 for accommodations in an Orchid Room and are valid from January 7 – February 7, 2010 and February 22 – March 26, 2010. All rates include full breakfast, non-alcoholic beverages in the honor bar, roundtrip executive transfers, unlimited non-motorized water sports and are subject to 10% service charge.
Set in a mahogany grove along Barbados’ famed “gold coast,” Sandy Lane represents the absolute pinnacle in comfort, luxury and service — from guest rooms that average 900 square feet to Bentley luxury car airport transfers to a host of amenities including a deluxe 47,000-square-foot spa and a five-bedroom villa. Modern high-tech amenities include high-speed wireless internet access, plasma screen TV with NEOS entertainment system, two-line phone and control panel on each side of the bed for regulating nearly everything in the room. Sandy Lane also offers golfers of all skill levels an unforgettable experience with 45 holes of golf on three spectacular courses: The Country Club Course and The Green Monkey, both designed by Tom Fazio, and the Old Nine golf course.