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Midnight madness sale at Alexander Hotel

Posted by Paul Kandarian  August 24, 2011 07:00 AM

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It's an interesting marketing technique to say the least: The "72-Hour Midnight Madness Sale" for stays at The Alexander Hotel on Cayman Brac. Book within the 72 hours of midnight Thursday and midnight Saturday, now through Sept. 6, for a stay through Sept. 30 and pay $90 a night for a deluxe queen room or deluxe twin room; the regular price is $156 a night. All rooms have the usual amenities, such as air conditioning, flat-screen plasma TV with cable, free WiFi and imported toiletries. The Alexander opened in 2009, and is a boutique hotel with 31 rooms near the Gerrard Smith Airport, which has several daily flight Cayman Airways flights from Grand Cayman, which his 89 miles away, and direct flights from Miami once a week. To book, visit the hotel website or call 1-345-948-8222.

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