Divi Little Bay Resort in St. Maarten Now Offering All-inclusive Plan

divi bayClients seeking an all-inclusive Caribbean vacation deal are now welcomed at Divi Little Bay Resort in St. Maarten. Divi Resorts added the all-inclusive stay option effective now.

According to Jason Price, director of revenue and sales at Divi Resorts, the new all-inclusive option at Divi Little Bay Resort is in response to the growing appeal of all-inclusive vacations.

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Creating a plan for Divi’s St. Maarten property follows the successful implementation of an all-inclusive option at the Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort in Aruba. Divi Resorts, which operates 10 properties across the Caribbean, also has significant experience in the all-inclusive sector with three of its properties operated solely as all-inclusive vacation destinations. 

To kick-off the offering, rates are discounted up to 30 percent through December 20, 2015. 

Through Dec. 19, 2014 the rate for a beachfront deluxe king/double is $181 per person per night including tax and service charge. Rates for the upcoming Christmas holiday, Dec. 20-31, begin at $330.  

In 2015, starting rates range from $188 to $229 per person per night. Studios and one-bedroom suites are also available with the all-inclusive plan.  A minimum stay of three nights is required. Children up to five years of age at time of travel stay and eat free, with a maximum of two children per room. The supplemental charge for children 6-12 years of age is $63 per night.

Visit www.divilittlebay.com.

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