Heart-warming Valentine vacation ideas from CheapCaribbean.com

Heart-warming Valentine vacation ideas from CheapCaribbean.com

Heart-warming Valentine vacation ideas from CheapCaribbean.com

CheapCaribbean.com is keeping romance alive with what they’re calling their “Take your Valentine to Valentin” sale. And really, it’s the ultimate Valentine’s Day deal, because it features more than 30 red-hot packages, including exclusive romantic resort specials that save customers up to 80 percent off the original price.

The sale starts February 7, and ends February 16, 2011 with travel starting now through December 2011.

The hot deals for a romantic getaway include the top-rated Valentin Imperial Maya resort in Riviera Maya, which is a perfect spot to warm anyone’s heart. Packages start at just $99* per night per person, with four night packages starting at $599* with round-trip airfare. This five-star resort rests a mere 25 minutes from Cancun’s International Airport and sits on a half-mile-long stretch of the white sand beach of Playa Del Secreto (The Secret Beach) in the Riviera Maya.

The all-inclusive, adults-only resort gives you everything you desire: a secluded romantic hacienda and direct access to the beach for long walks at sunset or romantic beach dinners, as well as spas, wine tasting and access to the vibrant culture of Cancun.

CheapCaribbean.com is featuring 30 of the best packages, as rated by its happy customers, for those in love, those looking for love or those who want to rekindle their love.

Some featured include: Temptation Resort and Spa, Cancun, all-inclusive, four night packages with air from $589*; Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa, all-inclusive, four night packages with air starting at $699*; and Dreams La Romana Resort and Spa, Dominican Republic; five night packages with air from $689*.

“As romance and relaxation are a primary reason for travel, we love to offer just that – the best romantic getaways,” said CheapCaribbean.com founder and beach expert, “Caribbean Jim” Hobbs. “Whether it’s for Valentine’s Day, a honeymoon, an anniversary or maybe even a chance to escape the Valentine’s Day fuss, we’ve got the beach vacation you need.”

For more information on these deals or to book now, please visit CheapCaribbean.com’s Take Your Valentine to Valentin Sale or call 1-800-915-2322.

*For vacation package bookings advertised price does not include certain government-imposed taxes and fees, such as the September 11th security fee up to $10, PFCs up to $18, segment fees up to $4.00 per flight segment, and applicable U.S. departure taxes up to $85. Infant Taxes Infant taxes are not pre-collected. These taxes will be payable to the airline carrier at the airport on the day of departure. For hotel only bookings, final price includes all applicable resort taxes and fees.
For beach lovers, CheapCaribbean.com is the number one U.S. provider of beach vacations dedicated to the Caribbean and Mexico. For more than a decade, our Beach Experts have helped create dream vacations at a real value for more than one million customers. Visitors to CheapCaribbean.com can search for deals by resort, destination or cruise, read extensive customer reviews, and find the best price around available travel dates through the site’s unique CheapFinder technology. With every vacation package the company provides hurricane and weather insurance, and a Sunshine Protection Plan guaranteeing a $100 rebate if it rains on a vacation.

The company was recently named “Best Overall Provider of Vacation Deals to Warm Weather Destinations” by TravelZoo. Founder “Caribbean Jim” Hobbs is a leading expert on affordable beach travel to the Caribbean and Mexico.

Find helpful tips and travel advice by visiting CheapCaribbean.com’s Twitter, Facebook and blog, and for more information, or to book your dream vacation, please visit www.cheapcaribbean.com or call 800-915-2322.

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Authored by: Sean McInnes

Sean excelled in English through high school, so it was only natural he should edit the school newspaper in his final year. He would write up sports results for his local newspaper. Now he writes news stories for Oh-Yay.com