La Samanna Celebrates Seasonal Reopening With New Package
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SOURCE La Samanna by Orient-Express Hotels Ltd.
"More Paradise" Offers Guests Daily Resort Credit Towards Fine Dining and Blissful Spa Treatments
NEW YORK, Oct. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Set to reopen on November 1, 2013 for the winter 2013/2014 period, the iconic Caribbean hotel La Samanna is eager to welcome travelers back for another memorable season. In celebration, the St. Martin resort with a classic French spirit launches an alluring "More Paradise" package, available for immediate booking.
With nightly accommodation rates leading in at $445, "More Paradise" package bookings for stays November 1-24, 2013 offer a resort credit of $150 per room, per night, while advance reservations for January 6-March 31, 2014 guarantees a nightly resort credit of $100 per room, which can be redeemed towards food, beverages and spa treatments. "More Paradise" package also allows access to the luxurious bamboo beach cabanas, tennis courts, fitness center and swimming pools.
La Samanna Spa offers a wide range of world-class services using products from luxurious French brands, Sisley and Pure Altitude. The menu includes such pampering treatments as "Four-hand Massage," "Anti-Age Facial by Sisley," and "Stress Reduction."
In addition to its long-standing reputation as an iconic winter getaway destination, La Samanna is also an idyllic choice for culinary buffs. Executive Chef Gil Dumoulin brings his unique style of modern French cuisine and a touch of Caribbean spice to the hotel's two restaurants, Trellisand Interlude. For a one-of-a-kind experience, the candlelit La Cave wine cellar - at 12,000 bottles, the largest in the Caribbean - can be booked with sommelier Christian Mirande leading wine-and-cheese tastings and staffers pour local rums.
With the reopening on November 1, 2013, families and groups can also opt for an exclusive and private stay in the La Samanna Villas. The three- and four-bedroom villas feature over 4,000 square feet of living space, wraparound terraces, private infinity pools and access to all of the resort facilities.
About Orient-Express Hotels Ltd. Orient-Express Hotels Ltd. is a luxury hotel company and sophisticated adventure travel operator which seeks to deliver memorable experiences that are the ultimate expression of each destination's authentic culture. The Company has offered exceptional luxury travel experiences since 1976, when it purchased Hotel Cipriani in Venice and then shortly thereafter recreated the celebrated Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, linking London, Paris and Venice, along with other European cities. Today the Orient-Express Hotels Ltd. brand embraces 45 hotel, cruise and luxury rail businesses in 22 countries, including distinctive properties such as Hotel Cipriani in Venice, Grand Hotel Europe in St Petersburg, Hotel Ritz Madrid, Mount Nelson Hotel in Cape Town, Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro and Maroma Resort and Spa on Mexico's Riviera Maya. The Company also operates six luxury tourist trains, three river cruise operations and one of New York's most iconic restaurants. www.orient-express.com
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