Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (PRWEB) October 14, 2010
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, travelers save 20% on all bookings this November at Cotton Tree, the Cayman Islands' first boutique cottage hotel. Hotel guests will also be treated to a complimentary fall inspired spa treatment, which consists of a lavish homemade pumpkin pie body scrub, performed in the hotel's open air spa pavilion. Pumpkin, rich in antioxidants, Beta Carotene, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and anti-aging Vitamin A, leave skin with a warm and radiant glow. Special rate of $760 USD per cottage per night, representing a 20% discount, is offered in November.
"The pumpkin body scrub is loaded with antioxidants and enzymes that hydrate, rejuvenate, and refresh your skin," said Heather Lockington, Owner of Cotton Tree. "Now a vacation in Grand Cayman leaves both travelers and their bodies looking and feeling great."
Accommodations are in one of Cotton Tree's four 1,600 square foot, two-bedroom beachfront cottages that resemble fully-equipped houses and feature "Caribbean chic" décor, classic contemporary furnishings, French doors, plasma TVs, state-of-the-art Kitchen Aid appliances, and more. A media library of books, music and DVDs; breakfast items (a selection of coffees and teas, juices, eggs, cereal and yogurt) pre-stocked in the cottages; WIFI and local calls; fresh fruit; bicycle rentals; Wii and roundtrip airport transfers are also included. Cottages are priced at $950 per night before discount and sleep up to six guests. Taxes are additional. For more information or reservations, please call 345.943.0700 or visit http://www.caymancottontree.com.
About Cotton Tree:
The Cayman Islands' new luxury hideaway, Cotton Tree, on the northernmost point of Grand Cayman (ten minutes from the famed Seven Mile Beach), beautifully evokes the spirit of the Cayman Islands with its pastel-hued, plantation-style cottages just steps from the Caribbean Sea amidst a lush garden setting of tropical flowers and avocado, guava, mango and cotton trees for which the hotel was named. Owner Heather Lockington, a global traveler who was born in the Cayman Islands, built her dream property in West Bay, creating an authentic haven where guests could embrace Caymanian heritage. Additional amenities include a freshwater swimming pool, fitness center and yoga and spa pavilions nestled among Seagrape trees, perfect for a sunset massage. A personal chef can whip up gourmet meals accompanied by wines chosen by a sommelier, or Cotton Tree is a quick drive to Grand Cayman's best restaurants. Additionally, hotel services such as a reception/concierge, bellhop, housekeeping and turndown on request are also featured.