WHY IT RATES: This new offer from Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman includes three meals and unlimited beverages from $150 per person.—Mia Taylor, TravelPulse Senior Writer.
Margaritaville Beach Resort Grand Cayman has an amazing island escapism vibe; here you are expected to take nothing other than relaxation seriously.
To make a vacation truly stress free, worry-free and wallet free, the resort has launched a new all-inclusive offering.
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Adults can add this on to any existing room reservation or package for just $150 per person, per night. Up to two children per room, ages five and under, eat free when sharing a room with adults partaking of the new all-inclusive option. Kids up to 17-years old will pay half price ($75 per person, per day).
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and beverages by the glass at all restaurants and bars are included, as well as the 15 percent service charge. The hardest part about this for guests will be selecting what to eat.
The resort, which recently completed a top-to-bottom renovation and relaunched its culinary program, has a number of mouth-watering options to choose from. Celebrated Chef Roy Yamaguchi’s first Caribbean outpost, Eating House 1503, gets rave reviews (special menu available for all-inclusive guests).
A signature “spiked Italian soda” menu at the resort’s Frank + Lola’s, located in the open-air lobby, is a must-try, as well as the homemade pizzas. The brand-new Keys Cafe serves up favorites such as BLT Avocado Toast, Jerk Chicken and Wafflewich, tacos, burritos and many other mouth-watering, island-inspired options.
Guests can take a cocktail to lounge on the resort’s gorgeous private cove at the beginning of Seven Mile Beach. Or head to the swim-up 5 o’Clock Somewhere Bar & Grill and have the bartender make one of the resort’s signature frozen cocktails.
More than just food and beverage is included. From corn hole and snorkeling to kayaking, paddle boarding and bicycling, all are complimentary for guests to enjoy. And if doing nothing at all is what is on the day’s to-do list, floats and tubes are readily available for lounging, as well as plenty of chaise lounges both poolside and on the beach.
Rates start from $456.25 nightly for room and the all-inclusive offering, based on double occupancy, including tax and service charges, for travel through December 19, 2019 ($156.25 is base nightly starting rate for room-only).
SOURCE: Margaritaville press release.
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Three Sandos Resorts Ideal for Family Vacations
While most Sandos Hotels & Resorts properties are already family-friendly, the brand is particularly proud of three of its resorts that are truly exceptional when it comes to creating incredible getaways for the entire family. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that each of its all-inclusive resorts sits upon some of the most breathtaking beaches to be found throughout Spain and Mexico.
Sandos Caracol Eco Resort
At Sandos Caracol Eco Resort, resort designers wisely asked themselves the question “Why should kids have all the fun?” when it comes to exciting, fun, refreshing water park adventures. Tucked away amid the magical Mayan jungle, a water park awaits guests of all ages, so kids and adults can enjoy the aquatic experience together!
And, of course, entry is included in your rate of stay. A total of 29 exhilarating water slides promise to get the adrenaline going as you zoom downward at full speed before splashing into the cool waters of the pool.
While popular, the water park isn’t Sandos Caracol’s only kid-friendly attraction. Amid the lush jungle, there’s also an animal farm filled with various exotic species that are native to the surrounding Riviera Maya region, where kids can learn about and interact with fascinating creatures.
The plentiful landscape also affords almost endless eco-activities just outside the resort, such as cool, crystal-clear freshwater cenotes where you can float as turtles swim beneath you and monkeys swing through the treetops overhead.
At Sandos Playacar, also located on the stunning white sands of Mexico’s Riviera Maya region (this time in Playa del Carmen), an absolute wealth of family-focused amenities awaits guests as soon as they arrive on property.
The resort’s newly-designed family pool area, mere steps from the beach, incorporates a delightful children’s water park, infinity pool and oceanfront snack bar. The whole family can relax together thanks to different age-appropriate elements combined in one location. There’s also a full program of fun and activities designed for pool and beach play.
When the adults do want some time to themselves, the Kids Club stands ready to entertain and care for guests from four to twelve years old with a full day’s worth of supervised, fun activities. There’s even the Lite Teen Club for the older youngsters (thirteen through seventeen), offering video and arcade games, air hockey, pool tables, a dance floor, non-alcoholic bar and nightly themed parties, where guests can mingle and meet new friends their age.
Near the center of the resort, a nine-hole miniature golf course holds the potential to pit adults against kids in a friendly competition, as guests attempt to putt their way through the quirky paths and tricky inclines, declines and ball-mazes that make the game so much fun!
All the while, tropical birds, butterflies and swaying branches dance about overhead. After dinner, an evening filled with live entertainment for the whole family awaits, as the Gran Plaza outdoor stage comes alive with captivating performances.
Sandos San Blas Eco Resort
Finally, Sandos San Blas Eco Resort offers a singular experience on breathtaking Tenerife island, one of the Spanish-owned Canary Islands off the coast of Northern Africa. The five-star resort is immediately adjacent to the San Blas Environmental Reserve and is the perfect choice for a family vacation that blends relaxation and recreation with nature. Here, families can come together while embarking on activities and adventures that can be found nowhere else.
The onsite lake is ideal for kayaking or canoeing, while the beach also offers adventurous guests kayaking, paddle-boarding and snorkeling options, as well as scuba-diving organized through the in-house dive center.
The incredible, subtropical San Blas Environmental Reserve provides excellent mountain biking, jogging or trekking routes, opportunities for outdoor walk-and-yoga sessions or observing the landscape under star-filled skies. Or, simply set out upon an exploration as a family of the island’s untouched natural wilderness and discover its unique flora and fauna.
The resort itself boasts eight swimming pools—five freshwater and three saltwater pools, two of which are great for kids. There are also activities designed especially for kids, with daily schedules featuring treasure hunts, face painting, pool games, video games and arts and crafts, among others.
Teens, meanwhile, can take part in activities best suited to older minors, such as climbing, kayaking, football, sand-soccer, badminton, pool games and more.
For the adults, two distinct golf courses, Amarilla Golf and Golf del Sur, both Atlantic Ocean-adjacent, offer challenging courses set amid spectacular scenery. Golf del Sur boasts three competition courses, featuring volcanic black-sand bunkers, massive greens and two trying water hazards. Amarilla Golf’s eighteen holes are set amid a gorgeous landscape situated beside the ocean, boasting beautiful native flora that’s being preserved thanks to its Biosphere Golf certification.
For more information on these properties, contact a travel advisor or visit sandos.com.
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