Jade Mountain, Saint Lucia Celebrates Longtime Married Couples with "Timeless Treasure of Love" Promotion

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"Timeless Treasure of Love" Promotion Includes Vow-Renewal Ceremony, Private Dinner, Couples' Massage and More

At Jade Mountain, eternal romance rules. The "The Timeless Treasure of Love” promotion is geared towards couples married 20 years and more and staying at Jade Mountain for a minimum of 4 nights. Couples will be able to take advantage of special complimentary anniversary amenities including a couple’s massage, a complimentary renewal of vows ceremony followed by a private dinner set up at a location of choice and a special session with the resort photographer.

"The Timeless Treasure of Love” promotion is available in selected suite categories for travel March 15- December 19, 2016. The promotion must be booked no later than April 30, 2016

Daily Rates start at US 1495 in a star pool sanctuary and are subject to 10% service charge and 10% VAT. A variety of meal plans, including an all-inclusive option, can be added to the daily rate. For more information contact your favorite travel agent or call 1-800-223-1108 or visit http://www.jademountain.com

"The Timeless Treasure of Love” offer is combinable with other promotions such as the “Take 5” 5th night free offer but restrictions may apply. To be eligible, "The Timeless Treasure of Love” must be pre-booked and a copy of the wedding certificate is required at check-in.

Rising majestically above the 600 acre beach front estate of ANSE CHASTANET, JADE MOUNTAIN is a cornucopia of organic architecture celebrating Saint Lucia’s stunning scenic beauty.

Each of the 24 infinity pool sanctuaries at Jade Mountain is a carefully designed, individual work of art. With the 4th wall entirely open, all sanctuaries celebrate unparalleled views of the Pitons and the Caribbean Sea while at the same time allowing for complete privacy. Expect grand sweeping spaces where bedroom, living area and the extravagant private infinity pool glide into one another to form extraordinary platforms floating out into nature.

With his Jade Mountain, architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy has created a stage-like setting from which to embrace the full glory of St. Lucia's World Heritage Pitons Mountains and the Caribbean Sea – a view you are not likely to ever forget.

“What I’ve really wanted to do with Jade Mountain is reevaluate and redesign the basic concept of a holiday hotel experience. I wanted to create individualized spatial environments that would enable guests to forget about the furniture or the fact that they’re in a hotel room – in essence, to forget about everything but experiencing the psychology of the space on an emotional, almost spiritual level”, explains Troubetzkoy.

Integral to the sanctuaries is the Jade Mountain Club where guests can enjoy a romantic meal, savoring “Jade Cuisine”, the creation of consulting chef, James Beard Award winner Allen Susser. Fresh produce gets delivered daily from the resort’s organic farm, Emerald Estates. No meal is complete without sampling one of the resort’s chocolate concoctions made with chocolate produced from their own beans and in their own chocolate laboratory.

Hovering in space above the Jade Mountain Club is the Celestial Terrace, ideal for star gazing, a private dinner and a popular location for a vow renewal.

Jade Mountain guests enjoy privileges at sister resort Anse Chastanet with its two beaches, additional restaurants, bars and a great range of soft adventure activities, from scuba diving to jungle biking. The beaches and the historical plantation of Anse Mamin offer additional options for couples seeking a special location for their celebratory dinner or vow renewal.

For press information, contact: Martha Morano, Morano Public Relations, 212-860-5566, email martha(at)moranopr(dot)com

For resort photos:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kkvszo3ppjor3f0/AAA5QChEAWYHcN6YwoqAKJ3-a?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/h4jii3xtrixe95w/oboaoaZIDC

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