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Antigua hotel running deal

Posted by Paul Kandarian  November 6, 2013 10:48 AM

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Hermitage Bay in Antigua is running a holiday special, where guests get a free stay on Christmas day when booking six nights around it. Book in any category of rooms, with a departure on or before Dec. 28, and get Dec. 25 free. Offer must be booked by Nov. 15, and is based on availability. It must be redeemed by calling 855-562-8080, using reference code “ChristmasSpec.” Rates this time of year run $1,450-$2,015 a night for two people, and includes meals, drinks and activities. 

The hotel is on Antigua’s west coast, overlooking the Caribbean, a privately owned property of 25 freestanding cottage suites, all with ocean views. It was recently named one of the Top Small Hotels in the Caribbean, and one of the Top Luxury Hotels in the region, by TripAdvisors Traveler’s Choice Awards. To check it out, visit www.hermitagebay.com

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