Travel Impressions Adds Martinique to Destinations

martiniqueFollowing the recent launch of Nicaragua, Travel Impressions reports it is continuing the expansion of its destination portfolio with the addition of Martinique

Debuting with five resorts, including the Le Cap Est Lagoon Resort & Spa, Travel Impressions’ foray into the French isle coincides with American Airlines’ expanded Martinique service from Miami. The new services links hundreds of U.S. gateways via a second weekly flight on Wednesdays from November 27, 2013 – March 26, 2014, complementing the airline’s existing Saturday service.

Travel Impressions is introducing a collection of luxury resorts in Martinique, including:
·       Hôtel Bakoua – MGallery Collection
·       Hôtel La Pagerie
·      Hôtel La Suite Villa
·       Hôtel Plein Soleil
·       Le Cap Est Lagoon Resort & Spa
The new program is the result of a partnership with the Martinique Promotion Bureau, which has been actively working to become more accessible to American travelers, Travel Impressions says.


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“Martinique offers a truly unique product that distinguishes itself from its neighbors with its French influences and culinary flair,” said John Hanratty, chief operating officer for Travel Impressions. “Its identity is equally European and Caribbean – which really puts it into a category of its own – and will help the destination gain traction among sophisticated travelers in the U.S. market.”

“American Airlines’ convenient flight options will help Martinique become more accessible in the U.S. market, making the island – which was once enjoyed primarily by celebrities and luxury travelers – ripe for mainstream exploration,” Hanratty noted.


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