Expedia Survey Shows Americans Leave Vacation Days Unused, Hotel Caravelle's Three-Night Romance Package Makes Using Vacation Days Easy, Affordable

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Hotel Caravelle of the US Virgin Islands Makes Using Vacation Days Easy and Affordable. Escape to the Caribbean for a weekend, Valentine's Day or Any Day with Hotel Caravelle's Romance Package which includes dinner, sailing trip or island tour, champagne, and more for just $839.

Hotel Caravelle, St. Croix US Virgin Islands

We make it easy and affordable at Hotel Caravelle to unwind, relax and enjoy the romance of St. Croix

A 2011 survey by Expedia, the travel booking company, found that Americans will be giving up a collective 226 million unused vacation days this year. Hotel Caravelle on the island of St. Croix encourages people to use those vacation days and enjoy a romantic Caribbean escape.

Couples can blend romance and adventure with Hotel Caravelle’s Romance Package which includes accommodations for three-nights, a bottle of champagne upon arrival, a candle-light dinner, and a choice between a sailing adventure or an island tour. Rates now through April 14, 2012 for a four-day, three-night stay, start at $839 per couple, including taxes and service charges. The package is $739 per couple, April 15-Dec 14, 2012. For more information visit http://www.HotelCaravelle.com or call 800-524-0410.

Caravelle’s Romance package includes:

  •     deluxe king ocean-view room
  •     bottle of champagne
  •     candle-light dinner at the award winning Rumrunner’s waterfront restaurant
  •     his and her t-shirts
  •     a choice of sailing to Buck Island National Park or an island tour exploring the many historical and cultural sites of St. Croix

“There is nothing more romantic than a Caribbean escape with your sweetheart,” says Sid Kalmans, owner of Hotel Caravelle, “We make it easy and affordable at Hotel Caravelle to unwind, relax and enjoy the romance of St. Croix.”

The choice of adventures, both the sailing and the island tour, depart in front of Hotel Caravelle. Guests who go sailing, walk a few steps to the boardwalk and hop on Big Beard’s catamaran, which sets sail to Buck Island, a national park located two miles from St. Croix. Guests enjoy beach time and snorkel the underwater trail. The sailing trip takes guests along the coast of St. Croix offering scenic views along the way.

Couples wanted the island tour are greeted by Sweeney Toussaint of St. Croix Safari Tours. Sweeney guides guests through the history and culture of St. Croix in his open-air red caravan bus, taking them back in time with visits to Whim Plantation Museum, historic landmarks such as the islands two forts, St. George Village Botanical Garden as well as favorite stops including the Cruzan Rum Distillery.

Located on the sun-soaked island of St. Croix, Hotel Caravelle overlooks the Caribbean Sea from its convenient location in the historic town of Christiansted. Hotel Caravelle is walking distance from cafes, shops, galleries and historic sites and buildings. The hotel’s 43 rooms, most with ocean views, offer amenities including a/c, satellite TV, phone, safes, iron and ironing board, hair dryer and radio. The award-winning Rumrunner’s waterfront restaurant and bar, located in Hotel Caravelle, offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. For more information visit http://www.hotelcaravelle.com or call 800-524-0410.

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