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Spend Thanksgiving in Grand Cayman

Posted by Paul Kandarian  November 7, 2011 07:08 AM

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Thanksgiving time of year can be pretty dismal in New England, that shoulder season of gray days waiting for snow you know is coming sooner or later. For something decidedly different, Cotton Tree, a boutique hotel on Grand Cayman in the Caribbean, is offering a Thanksgiving special, which includes a free dinner prepared by your own personal chef, with a four-night reservation. The package dates are Nov. 23-26.cayman-island-beach-top.jpg

Included in the $890 per night special rate are accommodations in a Cayman-inspired beach cottage, with full kitchen, free Wi-Fi and roomy living spaces; the option of booking a spa treatment in an open-air pavilion surrounded by sea grape trees; pre-stocked selection of coffees, water, tea, milk, juice and assorted cereals; use of the swimming pool, fitness center, yoga, bicycles, media library, water sports, hiking, and culinary and art classes; and one-way airport transfer. Concierge, in-cottage catering, sommelier and wedding and business services are also available, at extra cost, to further customize a holiday.

 

Cotton Tree is on the northernmost point of Grand Cayman, 10 minutes from the island’s fabled Seven Mile Beach. To make a reservation or for more information, visit http://www.caymancottontree.com/ and mention promotion code CT375 when booking the Thanksgiving special.


(Photo courtesy of Cotton Tree)

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