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One&Only Resorts has unveiled brand-new dedicated packages for girls' and guys' getaways to the ultra-luxurious One&Only Palmilla in Los Cabos, Mexico and One&Only Ocean Club in The Bahamas.  

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Aimed at groups of friends looking for an exciting post-summer break, the "Girly Getaway" and the "Gentlemen's Escape" will be available at both One&Only Palmilla and One&Only Ocean Club throughout September.
At One&Only Palmilla in San Jose del Cabo, friends on a Girly Getaway can enjoy margarita-making classes and salsa dancing lessons, while guys on a Gentlemen's Escape will play a complimentary round of golf and receive a 25 percent discount off of any additional rounds.  

Both packages are available for any stays of three nights or more in an Ocean Front Room and are inclusive of breakfast, One&Only Palmilla's personalized butler services for the group, in-room afternoon snacks, a welcome tequila amenity, 15 percent off of all One&Only Spa treatments and products and complimentary daily wellness activities.

Throughout September, groups of friends can also indulge in a post-summer getaway in a luxury seaside villa at One&Only Ocean Club.

For stays of four nights or more, guests on a Girly Getaway or Gentlemen's Escape will receive one complimentary bonus night in a One&Only Ocean Club villa (each measuring more than 4,400 square feet), a dedicated household and culinary staff, welcome Champagne and fruit, daily full breakfast buffet, evening canapes and 15 percent off of any One&Only Spa offerings.


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