One & Only Palmilla Resort and Spa Partners With Virgin America Airlines


(c) 2011 One & Only Palmilla Resort and Spa

One & Only Palmilla Resort and Spa has announced a partnership with Virgin America for a special deal on trips to Los Cabos, Mexico. Through December 18, 2011, One & Only Palmilla is offering a special $395 per night deal combined with a double point offer for Elevate members, with two points for every $1 spent at One & Only Palmilla.

The limited time offer includes:

$100 Resort Credit
2 $50 Spa Certificates
2 Rounds of golf at the Jack Nicklaus designed course
Complimentary welcome tequila
Choice of cocktail snacks, delivered daily
Daily complimentary fresh fruit
Complimentary in-room espresso and tea service

Edward Steiner, senior vice president of One & Only Resorts, said, “We were thrilled when we heard that Virgin America was flying direct to Los Cabos from San Francisco, an ideal gateway for the destination. I have long admired the innovative features that Virgin America creates to continually redefine the travel experience, much like our own brand. I am excited to welcome Virgin America’s guests to experience One & Only Palmilla and provide them with an unprecedented value for the destination.”

Director of CRM at Virgin America Brett Billick said, “We couldn’t be more pleased to partner with a world class luxury resort like One&Only Palmilla. The Virgin America experience is designed to be like no other, marrying stylish design and state-of-the-art technology, and now our flyers will be able to kick off their Mexican getaways at 35,000 feet and continue their vacations through their One & Only Palmilla stay.”


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