Tobago Resort Offers Agents Sampler Rates Starting at $100

The Magdalena Grand Beach & Golf Resort in Tobago is offering Travel Agent Sampler rates starting at $100 per night (single/double occupancy) for the resort’s breakfast plan and $125 per person, per night, for the all-inclusive Grand Experience option.

Agents who choose the breakfast plan will enjoy a deluxe oceanfront room, buffet breakfast, daily activities program including tennis, pool volleyball, cricket, power and nature walks, football, cycling, body workouts and an in-pool scuba experience. The rate is $100 daily (inclusive of taxes and service charges), based on single or double occupancy.

The resort’s Grand Experience all-inclusive plan includes all meals, unlimited non-alcoholic beverages, unlimited house-branded domestic and international alcoholic beverages, domestic beers, houses wine by the glass and cocktails.


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The Grand Experience is $125 per person, per night (inclusive of all taxes and service charges). For added value, travel agents can vacation with their kids as Magdalena Grand invites two children (up to 4 years of age) to stay free-of-charge when sharing a room with two paying adults, and children ages 5 – 12 to stay at a half price rate when sharing a room with two paying adults.

Children (5 to 12 years old) staying on the breakfast plan with their parents receive a 50 percent discount off of the adult meal price at the Pembois Buffet, the resort’s main restaurant. Children four years and younger can eat free at the buffet. Children (up to 12 years old) staying on the Grand Experience plan are charged a rate of $75 per night.


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