Cotton Tree: Count Your Blessings on Grand Cayman With Exclusive "Thanksgiving Special"

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Boutique Caymanian Hotel Offers a Complimentary Dinner Prepared By a Personal Chef With a Four-Night Reservation

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Stay four nights at boutique Cotton Tree, November 23-26, 2011, and say thanks for a bounty of luxurious blessings—and a taste of traditional Caymanian hospitality. The resort’s “Thanksgiving Special” invites holiday travelers to relish indulgent sanctuary in a charming, pastel-hued cottage, and an equally sumptuous complimentary dinner, specially prepared by the resort’s personal chef.
Cotton Tree is the Cayman Islands’ first cottage hotel, where authentic Caribbean character also comes with a full spate of modern comforts and covetable proximity to the very best of a world-class port of call. Romantically situated amid lush grounds, and located just steps from shimmering Caribbean seas, Cotton Tree is minutes removed but world’s away from the crowds of Grand Cayman and its world-famous Seven Mile Beach.
Amenities of the “Thanksgiving Special” at this inspired outpost include:

  •     Upscale accommodation in a Caymanian-inspired beach cottage, featuring comfortable living spaces, a spa bathroom and fully equipped kitchen, a plasma TV, and complimentary Wi-Fi, local calls, and daily housekeeping services;
  •     The option of booking a soothing spa treatment in an open-air pavilion surrounded by seagrape trees and perfumed with a fragrant infusion of island scents and wafts of calming ocean breezes;
  •     A pre-stocked selection of regular and decaffeinated coffee, bottled water, tea, milk, sugar, orange juice, and assorted cereals);
  •     Access to and the use of a swimming pool; fitness center, yoga, and bicycles; a media library of books, music and DVDs; recreational activities including water sports, hiking, biking, and bird-watching; cultural diversions, on-site art and culinary classes; and
  •     One-way airport transfers.

Concierge, in-cottage catering, sommelier, and wedding and business services all are available to those seeking to further customize a personalized holiday.

Rates for the “Thanksgiving Special,” which is valid for a November 23-26, 2012 reservation, start at $890.00 US per night (excluding 10% government tax). Cotton Tree is available for property takeovers but closes in September of every year. Smoking is not permitted in cottages or near pool area.

For more information about Cotton Tree or to make a reservation, visit http://www.caymancottontree.com. When booking the Thanksgiving Special, please mention code CT375.

About Cotton Tree:
The Cayman Islands’ new luxury hideaway, Cotton Tree, on the northernmost point of Grand Cayman (just 10 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 and 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. Four 1,600 square foot two-bedroom beachfront cottages resemble fully equipped houses featuring “Caribbean chic” décor, classic contemporary furnishings, French doors overlooking the sea, plasma TVs, state-of-the-art Kitchen Aid appliances, and more. 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. Hotel services such as a reception/concierge, bellhop, housekeeping and turn-down on request are also featured.

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