Wyndham in St. Thomas to Become Fully All-Inclusive by July

Beginning July 1, the AAA three-diamond-rated Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa will become St. Thomas’ only fully all-inclusive resort, according to Wyndham representatives.

The resort will launch its new status with discounts including Summer Getaway rates starting at $387 per night double occupancy for travel through September 30 and a family special featuring 50 percent off a second room to accommodate up to four children.

Seeing a growing demand from budget-conscious travelers for an all-inclusive resort, Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa plans to offer unlimited food and beverages, entertainment, half-day access to the supervised Kid’s Club, and a comprehensive activities program featuring snorkeling, kayaking, sailing, miniature golf and family movie nights.

At the center of these changes is the resort’s new general manager, Kashmie Ali, who was hired to manage the transformation. Ali’s hospitality background includes extensive all-inclusive and five-star operational experience in the Caribbean with Sandals and Jade Mountain in St. Lucia.

“It is exciting to become the only fully all-inclusive property on St. Thomas,” he said in a written statement. “As such, we have high standards to maintain for our guests and are working diligently to exceed their expectations by increasing value for that one-of-a-kind, all-inclusive experience.”

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