Groups traveling to Jamaica this coming year are in for a “suite treat” when they stay at SuperClubs Grand Lido Negril. With free upgrades, VIP transfers and complimentary golf, Caribbean getaways don’t get much sweeter than this.
Guests’ first taste of Grand Lido Negril begins the moment they arrive in Jamaica and board the 147-foot private yacht, the M/Y Zein. As the former honeymoon yacht of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier, this luxury vessel is fitted for royalty and guests can sit back with a glass of champagne while sailing from Montego Bay to Negril. Upon arrival at the resort, guests are whisked to their lavish suites, with an upgrade guaranteed for the entire group.
And this is just the very beginning of an extravagant getaway full of pampering amenities, including 24-hour complimentary room service with the newly launched 5-star in room full-menu; fine dining at the resort’s five restaurants and three clubhouses; free and unlimited golf at the nearby 18-hole Negril Hills Golf Club; a manicure and pedicure that’s on the house; and complimentary valet, laundry and dry cleaning services.
This “suite treat” is available for new bookings of 30 - 50 double-occupancy rooms traveling January 3, 2003 through April 14, 2003. Bookings have to be made by December 20, 2002, and a three-night minimum stay is required. For information and reservations, contact SuperClubs at 1-877-GO-SUPER ext. 6632.
Set on a two-mile private stretch of beach on Negril’s famous Bloody Bay, this 22-acre all-suite resort features two swimming pools; five Jacuzzis; nine bars, including a piano bar; four tennis courts; a wide array of water sports such as scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, sun-fish sailing, kayaking and glass bottom boat rides (instruction and equipment are included); and a nightclub. Grand Lido Negril also features a state-of-the-art fitness center and a full service spa. Four meeting rooms are available for functions and receptions up to 200 people. As with all SuperClubs’ Super-Inclusive getaways, no tipping is allowed.