Anguilla auction site adds vacations

6th Oct 2006

To celebrate its 25th birthday the Anguilla Hotel and Tourism Association (AHTA) has a new lineup of packages appearing on its Anguilla Auctions website,
The website gives Anguilla lovers a chance to bid on packages at their favorite Anguilla resorts and villas for a fraction of their published rate.  The packages often include complimentary meals, spa treatments and other goodies and have proved to be incredibly popular since the site launched in 2003.

This season there are some great new accommodation opportunities for visitors to Anguilla - with new properties opening up as well as some favorite accommodations.

Participating hotels include the newly refurbished hotel Sirena, the Eden House Villa in Little Harbour and newly opened boutique hotel, Shoal Bay.

All auction winners this season will also win a copy of “Angelfish with Corals” a signed Lithograph by Artist JoAnne Hook, donated by Melody and John Dill owners of the beautiful Bird of Paradise Villa in Anguilla, which features many original works of art as part of its unique charm.

“We are so grateful to our members for their ongoing support of the site which is both a great marketing tool and raises much needed funds for the Association and its work in tourism and tourism education,” stated Trudy Nixon, Executive Director of the Anquilla Hotel and Tourism Association.  “Anguilla Auctions is a very friendly and personalized website and most of our bidders are ‘regulars’ who know and love Anguilla and bid often - we build a relationship with them. Each Auction runs for 2 weeks and we only ever auction one lot at a time. I answer every bid personally - so be aware that it’s not a computer that is dealing with you!”



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