Hotel News from the Caribbean

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Mist, at the San Juan Water and Beach Club Hotel.

Read on to find out which of the Caribbean’s hotels and resorts are putting their best face forward, with renovations and promotions to attract all.

St. Martin The Grand Case Beach Club in St. Martin is feeling new again after recently completing the last phase of its 2-year renovation project, which totaled $2 million. Now with new fabrics in all rooms, patio tiles, handrails and outdoor furniture, the Grand Case Beach Club invites guests to enjoy the new digs.

And, if your clients are traveling later in the year, have them check in with a Fifth Night Free promotion. Valid June 1-Dec. 22, guests staying a minimum of five nights will receive their fifth night free, plus daily continental breakfast, use of chaise longues at the beach and pool, beach towels, non-motorized watersports and bottle of wine upon arrival.

Amenities include two beach areas, pool, tennis court, fitness center, watersports, and boardwalk, which connects to the Sunset Cafe serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Each room features a full kitchen and flat-screen TV.

Current room rates at the Grand Case Beach Club start at $335 per night and include continental breakfast. For more information, call (800) 340-3016 or visit

Providenciales Island, Turks and Caicos Located on Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales, Seven Stars Resort offers not only relaxation, but also savings through its Paradise Getaway Offer, providing free accommodations for every third night when reserving two or more nights in an oceanfront jr. suite.

Known for providing luxurious amenities on 22 acres of beachfront property, features of Seven Stars Resort include three dining venues, a spa, saltwater pool, fitness center, tennis courts, children’s play area and complimentary watersports such as Hobie Cats, kayaks, surfboards, snorkeling equipment and pool floats.

To take advantage of the Paradise Getaway Offer, bookings must be made by Feb. 29. Rates at Seven Stars Resort start at $693 per night.  For more information, call (866) 570-7777 or visit

San Juan, Puerto Rico The San Juan Water and Beach Club Hotel is shaping up nicely during its $2.5 million renovation. While it has always featured 80 guestrooms and Mist—the rooftop area for relaxation, swimming, light bites and cocktails—the property now adds on a new ground-level restaurant, Zest, which offers fresh, local ingredients under the instruction of new executive chef Raul Correa Soto.

And upping the bar for personalized service, the property also now includes the Tu Deseo, or “My Wish List” wish board in each guestroom, offering amenities such as extra towels, local fruit deliveries and sunrise aqua yoga. Beachside, guests can enjoy a re-engineered Beach Experience with new menu items and a unique electronically assisted guest service program.

Room rates at the San Juan Water and Beach Club Hotel start at $199 per night. For more information, visit