St. Kitts entices travelers with its Five-Day Getaway promotion. Through Sept. 5, participating hotels offer special perks to those booking the promotion.
Guests staying at Park Hyatt St. Kitts for five days, four nights receive automatic upgrades to the next room category. Enjoy daily, complimentary full American breakfast for two adults and two children. Take advantage of 50 percent off a spa treatment at the on-site spa and 50 percent off daily cabana rentals. The property also offers two hours of in-room babysitting for one night. Babysitting reservations are required. Guests must book by July 31 for travel through Sept. 5.
St. Kitts Marriott Resort offers complimentary breakfast for two adults and two children (under age 12). Guests staying five days, four nights receive an upgrade to a room with a balcony to take in the island views. Guests receive a $25 daily resort credit for use at the on-site restaurants La Cucina and FIRE Steak & Seafood. Book now through July 31 for travel through Sept. 5.
“The last 12 months have not been easy for any of us, and a safe vacation that allows one to enjoy and unwind with family or friends is in demand and long overdue,” said Racquel Brown, CEO, St. Kitts Tourism Authority. “Our Five-Day Getaway promotion is flexible with bookings and cancellations, and runs until Labor Day offering travelers time to visit St. Kitts.”
For more information and to book your stay, visit the website.
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