Jolly Beach Resort & Spa Honors Military Families With Special Offer

jolly beach resort & spa, antiguaThe month of November is Military Family Appreciation Month, honoring the commitment and sacrifices made by military service members and their families. 

To recognize military service members and their families Jolly Beach Resort & Spa in Antigua is making a very special all-inclusive offer on direct bookings made now through October 31 for travel November 1-30, using the booking code, MILITARYAP.
Military Family Appreciation Month all-inclusive rates start at just $90 per person, per night, based on double occupancy for a Standard Room, or just $124 per night for singles; or for a Superior Room $119 per person, per night, double, $150 per night single. Bring the children ages 3-11 for just $67 per child, per night, and remember children 2 and under always stay and eat free.

These special Military Family Appreciation Month rates extend to active and retired military personnel; as well as spouses, dependent children under 21, and parents of those qualifying. Jolly Beach Resort & Spa will waive no-show and cancellation charges if they are notified immediately if guests are bumped from their flight or if their flight is cancelled. Valid military identification is required upon arrival to qualify.
Jolly Beach Resort & Spa all-inclusive rates include accommodation, all meals, snacks and afternoon tea, house brand beverages, non-motorized watersports, activities, Jolly Kidz and Teenz Clubs for children 3-16 years old, Online Check-In, Concierge Services, use of the gym, nightly entertainment, and all taxes and service charges.


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