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Jamaican Hotels Offer Fall Savings Promotions

24/08/2009 15:00

JamaicaJamaica’s hotels and resorts are offering savings for travelers this fall. “These spectacular savings from our hotels, resorts and attractions make autumn an ideal time to visit Jamaica and enjoy our variety of accommodations, attractions and outdoor adventure,” said John Lynch, Jamaica’s Director of Tourism. “Plus, Jamaica is an easily accessible destination thanks to superb airlift from most major U.S. gateways, making it the perfect escape for a vacation, or even a long weekend.”


The Royal Plantation Ocho Rios offers savings up to 55 percent on bookings made through Oct. 1, with a three-night minimum stay. The sale applies to all suite categories, including the two-bedroom Prime Minister Oceanfront Penthouse Suite as well as Villa Plantana, a three-bedroom villa with private pool, dedicated staff and Mercedes Benz chauffer.


The Rockhouse Hotel, a boutique hotel stretching across the cliffs of Pristine Cove in Negril, is offering fall rates from $125 per room, with up to four adults per standard room. The rates are available through Dec. 14. SuperClubs invites guests to stay a little longer with the Third Night’s the Charm promotion for bookings made now through Oct. 7. Guests receive every third night free for every two consecutive paid nights booked. Third Night’s the Charm is available for travel Sept. 1 through Oct. 31.


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