Anytime is a good time for romance, but this year is uniquely special
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Boston (PRWEB) March 13, 2007
With the luckiest day of our lifetimes (7/7/07) fast approaching, love is certainly in the air at The Caribbean Collection (TCC). To meet the needs of the scores of lovebirds who will undoubtedly pick that magical day, or any other in 2007, to begin a life of wedded bliss together, TCC members have launched a wide range of wedding, honeymoon and romance-themed special vacation offers to some of the world's most alluring and enticing destinations.
"Anytime is a good time for romance, but this year is uniquely special," says Melanie Alexander, founder of The Caribbean Collection and president of The MAAC Group, a Boston-based sales and marketing consulting firm specializing in travel and tourism. "Having one number seven in your wedding date is lucky enough, but having three is off the charts. All of our members have teamed together to offer a variety of wedding and honeymoon specials available throughout the year to celebrate romance."
Specific TCC romance specials available throughout 2007 are as follows:
Grand Case Beach Club in St. Martin is offering a Honeymoon Magic Package for 2007, with rates starting at $470 per couple for 3 nights and $1,010 for 7 nights. Rates vary by season. Included are accommodations with continental breakfast daily, one-day car rental, island bouquet in room on arrival, match-play vouchers for use at casinos located through Dutch St. Maarten, one picnic basket for two, a Grand Case beach bag, a welcome cocktail on arrival, a bottle of wine, and non-motorized water sports. The 72-unit Grand Case Beach Club is located on the ocean adjacent to the picturesque village of Grand Case, and has been named one of the "Best Mid-Sized Resorts in the Caribbean" by Caribbean Travel & Life Magazine. For more details, visit http://www.grandcasebeachclub.com.
The Sands at Grace Bay in Turks & Caicos offers a Wedding in Paradise package for 2007, with rates starting from $1,525 per couple. Prices vary by season. Package features include three nights accommodations, wedding ceremony on the beach, pastor or justice of the peace, complete paperwork following Turks & Caicos law, bridal bouquet and groom's boutonniere, bottle of champagne, wedding cake for eight guests, roundtrip airport transfers, complementary use of bicycles, snorkeling, kayaking, windsurfing, and sailing, invitation to manager's rum party and room tax and service charges. Situated on 12 miles of pristine beach, The Sands has long been known for exceptional hospitality, and also offers an oceanfront restaurant, welcoming hospitality suite, on-site convenience store, concierge and more. For more information, visit http://www.thesandstc.com.
Also on Grand Cayman, the Coral Stone Club offers a sublime option for weddings, honeymoons, or any sort of romantic interlude with a new program called Spice it Up! The property's newly-renovated 1,800 square-foot beachfront luxury condos, nestled on the widest piece of famed Seven Mile Beach, are elevated by the program into veritable love nests with candles, wine, a romantic CD and massage oil further adding passion and desire to the already alluring atmosphere. Prices start at $695 per night, plus a one-time $50 fee. Each unit is unique and steps from the beach, some on the first level with a walkway to the sugar-white sand and others on higher levels with beautiful views, high ceilings, and ceiling fans. Visit http://www.coralstoneclub.com to select the most suitable unit. For example, one has a two-person, corner-style Jacuzzi, while another has a four-poster bed in the master bedroom, or perhaps seven body sprays in a shower the size of some bedrooms gets the blood going!
Finally, Martinique is an up and coming Caribbean tourism destination for U.S. travelers, now offering daily service through San Juan on AA Eagle and weekly non-stop service from Atlanta on Saturdays via Delta Air Lines. The Caribbean Island with French flair is amazingly beautiful, extremely enticing, and the perfect honeymoon destination for anyone seeking something new and unique; a little piece of France in the Caribbean. Hotel choices range from small boutique properties, a large, sprawling Club Med, a Relais & Châteaux property and many more totaling nearly 6,000 rooms. And there's so much to do - nature hikes, four-wheel drives through the rainforest, visits to museums, distilleries and factories, not to mention food for the most discerning palate. Take a look at http://www.martinique.org.
About The Caribbean Collection
The Caribbean Collection (TCC) is a group of fine and unique Caribbean products and services represented by Melanie Alexander and The MAAC Group (http://www.maacg.com). Members of TCC include: Grand Case Beach Club in St. Martin, The Sands at Grace Bay in Turks & Caicos, The Reef Resort and Coral Stone Club both based in Grand Cayman, the Martinique Promotion Bureau, Spirit Airlines and Island Resort Tours. All of the properties in The Caribbean Collection are beachfront offering all-suite units for every room category. Find out more at http://www.thecaribbeancollection.com.