å“Extra, extra read all about it,å” says the 39-room Coral Sands Resort on Harbour Island in the Bahamas. Read about what you may ask? Coral Sands are offering å‘free nightså’ at the family-friendly property for the second year, the booking of three nights between Aug. 1 and Nov. 26 will grant holiday-makers a fourth night free, while a five night stay from Sept. 1 to Nov. 26 can result in two additional nights without charge.
Bookings of ten nights at the 39-room property can lead to a bonus of four more on a complimentary basis.
“The popularity of this value-added approach last year, not only made it a no brainer in terms of wanting to repeat it in 2003, but in widening the opportunities as well,” noted Wim Steenbakkers, general manager. “These ‘Free Nights’ bonuses, represent a potent invitation for both our repeat guests and our first-timers to savor even more time at our Out Island property.”
Nightly per-room rates to Dec. 21 at Coral Sands begin at $160 (Garden View) plus surcharges. Youngsters under 12 with parents can stay fee, and a “Food For Thought” program now in effect through Dec. 19, 2003 allows them to select breakfast, lunch and dinner items from a children’s menu without charge when accompanied by at least one paying adult.
A little about the Coral Sands
The Coral Sands, on eight tropical acres overlooking the ocean as well as what is considered to be one of the finest pink-sand beaches in the world, is conveniently reached via five-minute water taxi from North Eleuthera and its airport serving U.S. gateways, or via Fast Ferry from Nassau, the Bahamas’ capital. The property features the only beachside grill serving breakfast and lunch on Harbour Island.
Poseidon, its popular restaurant, serves up both Bahamian and Continental fare, and recreational activities include, bonefishing, and SCUBA diving.
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