Jamaica's Spring Deals

 

Jamaica is offering a range of package options, including some from notable resorts.

Couples Resorts announced its fourth annual Fall in Love Again promotion, offering savings of up to 50 percent off published rates. Travelers who book their vacation before April 30 can bring a loved one for free. Travel dates are July 9 through December 25. Visit www.visitcoupleresorts.com. Breezes Resorts offers the Montego Bay Minimoon package, which includes three nights of accommodations in an oceanfront deluxe guestroom, private transfer to and from the airport and chilled champagne served at the resort’s rooftop Jacuzzi. The year-round package is $1,236 per room (tax and gratuity included), subject to availability. Visit www.superclubs.com. Grand Lido Resorts & Spas and Breezes Runaway Bay Resort & Golf Club offer the Sun, Sand, & Stork Procreation package. This five-day/four-night package starts at $1,792 per couple (land only). The promotion includes a beachfront suite at Grand Lido Negril Resort & Spa, a royal beachfront room at Grand Lido Braco Resort & Spa, or a veranda suite with a private plunge pool at Breezes Runaway Bay Resort & Golf Club. Amenities include a welcome basket with champagne, chocolate-covered strawberries, tropical fruit and whipped cream; fertility-enhancing red clover and raspberry teas stocked in rooms daily; a copy of the book “Getting Pregnant: What You Need to Know Right Now”; and a 30-minute couple’s massage, followed by a reflexology session for the hopeful mom-to-be. Mention code STORK8 when booking. For these packages, also visit www.superclubs.com. For more deals, read next week’s Caribbean newsletter.

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