Escape to the sun for Easter and Passover

Three beach resorts offer special last minute deals for travel over Easter Photo: Westin Playa Bonita Panama

NEW YORK, April 2, 2012 — If you’re looking to break from tradition and head to the beach for Easter and Passover, there are three beachfront resorts that will welcome you with big savings.

Romantic Escape in Anguilla

Escape with your sweetheart for a last minute escape to CUISINART Golf Resort & Spa, a romantic retreat with white washed buildings set on a private pristine beach.  Book now for travel through April 13 and get more than 50 percent off a beachfront junior suite.  You’ll also receive complimentary breakfast and wifi.  Rates start at $495/night (normally $1,025). www.cuisinartresort.com or call 800.943.3210

Golf & Spa in Florida

Hop on down to the Marco Island Marriott Resort & Spa,a golfer’s paradise, for an Easter/Passover special.  Book any three nights between April 7 and 12 and you’ll pay only $449/night.  You will also get a $225 daily food and beverage credit.  This deal represents a 50 percent savings over regular rates. www.marcoislandmarriott.com or call 1.800.GET.HERE. Promo code: EAT 

Chic Panama

If you need a bit more time to pack your bags, think about heading to the brand new Westin Playa Bonita Panama.  In honor of the resort’s recent grand opening, the Westin is offering guests a complimentary fifth night when four nights are booked, plus daily breakfast and a free room upgrade.  Flanked by rainforest and the Pacific shoreline about 20 minutes outside Panama City, the Westin is a chic oasis that is also family friendly.  Book the Sunsational Savings until the end of the year.  

Rates start at $300 per night based on double occupancy.  www.westinplayabonita.com or call 1.877.800.1690 and refer to promotional code SNFREE.

 


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