Tobago Resort Celebrates One-Year Anniversary With Bonus Commissions, 30 Percent Savings

magdalena grand beach resortMagdalena Grand Beach Resort in Tobago is celebrating its one-year anniversary since the grand opening festivities and ribbon cutting ceremony on June 1, which marked the first major beachfront property to open in Tobago in 12 years.

The resort accommodates the needs of both leisure and business travelers with its 178 oceanfront rooms.

Clients looking to experience Magdalena Grand can take advantage of the resort’s Grand Sale featuring savings of 30 percent off nightly rates on bookings made by August 31 for travel through December 18. Discounted room rates start at $100 per person, per night (plus tax and service charges of 21.5percent), based on double occupancy, for reservations in a deluxe oceanfront room.

Guests looking for more spacious accommodations can book the resort’s one- and two-bedroom suites, each with its own private balcony, hot tub and parlor containing a pull-out sofa-bed. The resort's two-bedroom suites have a king-size and two double beds, while the resort’s one-bedroom suites include the option of either one king-size or two double beds.

During the Grand Sale, discounted rates for a one-bedroom suite start at $189 per person, per night, based on double occupancy, while prices for a two-bedroom suite are from $289 per person, per night, based on double occupancy.

Rates quoted for all three room categories include an elaborate daily full cooked breakfast buffet. Tax and service charges are additional. The rate for each additional person sharing a room is $60 per night.

Agents who book Magdalena Grand for their clients will earn a 13 percent commission for all reservations made by Aug. 31 for travel through Dec. 18. In addition to hotel stays, the 13 percent commission will be paid on meal plans when booked by agents for their clients in advance of their arrival to the property.


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