We have barely seen one snowflake here in southern Connecticut so far this winter and you are not going to hear me complaining about that one bit. But, it is still chilly and dreary and if I could hop on a plane and escape to any of these Caribbean resorts, I would do it in a heartbeat - in fact, I do have a trip to one of them planned for later this winter...More on that later :)
If you are feeling the need to banish your winter blues in favor of some Caribbean blues, check out these great offers in the islands this winter...
Between now and February 12th (and again beginning April 8th), the 3rd night is free at The Palms Turks and Caicos. Virtuoso amenities include daily breakfast and $100 resort.
Set upon Grace Bay Beach — ranked among the world’s most beautiful —
this 72-suite getaway exudes a relaxed Caribbean rhythm while providing
high-end amenities to fit your lifestyle. Most suites feature full
kitchens with Viking appliances and a washer/dryer; many overlook the
ocean. The resort offers tennis courts, a serpentine infinity pool and
access to most every watersport, along with a kids' club, beach toys and
Stay four nights and get the 5th night free. Virtuoso amenities include full daily breakfast and a $100 spa credit.
One look at Viceroy Anguilla and you realize that this is not your
typical island resort. Chic design elements and custom-made furnishings
from trendsetting design guru Kelly Wearstler highlight this luxury
oceanfront Caribbean hideaway. One-of-a-kind objets d’art adorn the
marble-clad lobby. Many accommodations feature plunge pools, gourmet
kitchens, lifestyle assistants and the services of a private chef.
Stay four nights and get the 5th night free (some dates are excluded). Virtuoso amenities include full daily breakfast and a $100 resort credit.
Beyond the blissful ambience and promise of privacy, One&Only Ocean
Club, Bahamas — on the aptly named Paradise Island — caters to
honeymooners and families alike with every imaginable amenity and
activity, along with spacious and well-equipped guestrooms, suites and
villas. Enjoy Versailles-inspired gardens, tennis lessons, yoga by the
sea, bicycles for island exploration and the complimentary KidsOnly
Great Winter Thaw promotion includes the 7th
night free, $200 in resort credit and round trip airport transfers in Montego Bay. Virtuoso amenities include upgrade at time of booking and daily breakfast.
Known as the quintessential Caribbean resort, the exceedingly stylish
Half Moon welcomes couples and families alike to its haven of barefoot
elegance. You'll quickly understand why so many guests return here each
year. Families are particularly happy, thanks to the ample activities
for children (including the Dolphin Lagoon experience) and spacious
accommodations. Beyond swimming with dolphins, there's golf on the
Robert Trent Jones Sr.–designed course, horseback riding, tennis,
shopping, scuba diving, snorkeling and luscious treatments at Fern Tree,
A RockResorts Spa®, with its outdoor soaking tubs and walking
The third night is free on the club level until January 27th. They also have an ongoing "stay more/save more" deal for a savings up to 35%.Virtuoso amenities include full daily breakfast and a $100 resort credit.
Resting on the tip of the exotic Yucatan peninsula
is The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun, a AAA Five Diamond resort considered one of
the most luxurious in the world. An enticing stretch of white sand
beach, indulgent amenities such as the full-service Kayantá Spa and
award winning restaurants, and the intrigue of the ancient Mayan sites
come together to create an irresistible oasis of enchantment.
Stay two nights and your 3rd night is free until April 10th.
Capella Hotels and Resorts institutes its famed devotion to hospitality
and unique travel experience to the west coast of Saint Lucia at Capella
Marigot Bay. The bay, described by legendary American author James A.
Michener as “the most beautiful in the Caribbean,” gives visitors an
opportunity to encounter a destination steeped in luxury and individual
choice, where authentic Saint Lucian culture, cuisine, and traditions
SO...which would you choose to ward off your winter blues?