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Spas can be found in hotels all over the Caribbean. Treatments are generally a holiday add-on

although the all-inclusive BodyHoliday in Saint Lucia is much more than that. As well as offering a complimentary treatment every day in the Caribbean’s biggest spa, it offers an array of fitness and sporting activities. It also encourages single travellers with no single room supplement. Sandals Red Lane Spa at the Whitehouse

European Village, Jamaica, offers a wellness retreat which includes body treatments, aromatherapy sessions and a Raindrop Dream Massage to restore energy balance. Beaches Resorts’ Red Lane Spas in the

Turks & Caicos, Negril and Ocho Rios, Jamaica, cater for beauty-conscious teens and tweens with their new Ginger Lily range of natural products and 12 new colours of nail lacquer. Princess manicures and hair braiding beauty treatments are on offer at the Marriott Resort Spa, Frigate Bay in St. Kitts. Guests wanting to tone their bodies and balance their minds will find yoga and meditation at hotels all over the Caribbean. Free yoga and tai chi classes are held every morning in the open- air Ajoupa at Karriwak Village, Tobago. Plus there are mind and body workshops and alternative therapies

such as Thai yoga massage to provide yet more good vibes. Complimentary yoga sessions, meditation and other holistic activities are offered at the True Blue Bay Boutique Resort in Grenada. Three hotel openings in Jamaica are

bringing additional spas to the island. The Zen-like spa at Thomson’s first Caribbean Sensatori resort offers a cool retreat from the heat of Negril’s Seven Mile Beach. The five-star Hyatt Zilara and Hyatt Ziva hotels, situated on the Ritz-Carlton Rose Hall site in Montego Bay, will open in November 2014 with luxury spas. Indian-inspired Ayurveda is offered at Sandy Lane, Barbados, and the COMO Shambhala Retreat at Parrot Cay in the Turks & Caicos, where an

outdoor Jacuzzi garden and Japanese baths overlooking the North Caicos Channel are the perfect place to relax. In The Bahamas, the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat, Paradise Island, offers courses for people who want to learn more Ayurveda body treatments.


REFRESHING From zesty rubs to herby wraps, spas offer all sorts of wonderful treatments using the exotic fruits

and fragrant herbs of the Caribbean. Choose from a lime juice exfoliation and

wrap of rum, aloe vera and island spice oil at the Grand Lucayan Bahamas; a papaya, pineapple or pink rose facial at the Calabash



Beachfront Suite Accommodations

The Reef Resort, a Wyndham affiliate, located on the tranquil east end of Grand Cayman features all beachfront studios, one bedroom and two bedroom suites with breathtaking, unobstructed views of the Caribbean ocean.

Guests can relax by one of four pools, or enjoy a range of exciting amenities and ser- vices including two restaurants, 4 pools, Le Soleil Spa, tennis court and water sports, fitness center and kids club.

For more information call 1-345-947-3100 or 1-888-232-0541 or email all Inclusive options available

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