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Pink Beach Club host Culinary Arts Festival

Food and wine aficionados are encouraged to indulge in a holiday experience that will not only soothe the mind, body and soul, but taste-buds, too. Those looking for sugar, spice and everything nice are invited to stay at Pink Beach Club & Cottages during Bermuda’s second annual Culinary Arts Festival, taking place Nov. 11-16, 2004, and enjoy a week of gastronomic delights.ÊÊÊ

ÊThe festival will feature delectable cooking demonstrations, wine and gourmet food tastings, seminars conducted by celebrity chefs (both International and Bermudian), live entertainment, tours around the island, and much, much more.

After enjoying decadent food and wine samples, return to Pink Beach Club to enjoy the utmost in indulgence with a full menu of exclusive spa services, available in the privacy of each guests cottage.

Guests are in for a treat as European-trained massage and beauty specialists offer a variety of treatments including: massage (Swedish, Stress Relief, Sports); body buffs (Salt Glow, Apricot Kernel, Loofa Scrubs); body masques (Mud Oatmeal Honey, Seaweed, Herbal); facials, manicures and pedicures. All spa treatments can be easily arranged at the hotel’s front desk.

Valid for stays from Nov. 1, 2004 - Jan. 3, 2005, rates start at US$385 per night and include a daily Modified American Plan (MAP) with full English breakfast, traditional afternoon tea and five-course dinner daily. Rates do not include participation in the festival.