|By PR Newswire||
|March 28, 2014 12:26 PM EDT||
DALLAS, March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The leading online resource for vacations to the Caribbean and Mexico, CheapCaribbean.com is expanding its boundaries with the introduction of a comprehensive portfolio of Luxury Villas throughout global destinations not traditionally offered by the value-focused packager.
Targeting affluent travelers with professionally managed private homes, luxury villas provide an appealing alternative to traditional hotel properties for families, weddings, honeymooners and other groups seeking privacy and exclusivity throughout Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, Europe and Hawaii.
"Luxury Villas offer more options beyond traditional resort stays to inspire our customers and fulfill their dream vacations," said Josh Paine, president of CheapCaribbean.com. The product expansion follows the launch of a "Luxury" tab on the CheapCaribbean.com home page, a move designed to highlight the company's continued evolution as a provider of premier beach vacations at the best possible prices. Luxury Villas will be accessible through the new tab.
Similar to the CheapCaribbean.com Budget Beach Finder tool, prospective travelers will be able to input preferences on a multitude of criteria in order to browse through the most appropriate Villa options, with trained specialists standing by via telephone to guide consumers all the way through the booking process.
For example, travelers can enjoy a comfortable beach home with a generous pool, expansive deck and covered terrace at Blue Beach (http://villas.cheapcaribbean.com/villas/blue-beach) on Baie Lounge Beach in St. Martin starting at $93 per person, per night, based on eight guests in the four bedroom villa.
Ebb Tide (http://villas.cheapcaribbean.com/villas/ebb-tide), located on Chocolate Hole in St. John, provides guests with an open-air villa perfect for mingling with friends and family in the large Great Room and taking in the breathtaking scenery from its sunny deck. Prices for this four bedroom villa start at $54 per person, per night, based on eight person occupancy.
Those looking for a charming villa in St. Bart's will delight in the three bedroom, three bathroom Villa Roy (http://villas.cheapcaribbean.com/villas/villa-roy--roy-). Overlooking the Grand Cul de Sac and the lagoon, rates for this villa start at just $95 per person, per night, based on six-person occupancy.
Calypso (http://villas.cheapcaribbean.com/villas/calypso-at-the-tryall-club) in Jamaica offers guests a four bedroom, open-air villa adjacent to the 16th fairway of the championship Tryall Golf Course. Surrounded by palm, lime, mango and poinciana trees, brilliant hibiscus and bougainvillea, and a beautiful lavender orchid tree, prices for this one of a kind villa start at $57 per person, per night, based on eight person occupancy.
CheapCaribbean.com is the leading online resource for travelers interested in vacation deals to the Caribbean and Mexico. Its mission is to be the premier e-commerce beach company by inspiring and fulfilling the dreams of its stakeholders. The CheapCaribbean.com website provides in-depth content on hotel properties and destinations, including authenticated user reviews, exclusive insider tips, as well as beautiful destination photos. The online travel site has grown dramatically since its inception 13 years ago. The site attracts more than 50 million unique visitors a year, resulting in over 1.5 million customers serviced.
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