W Retreat & Spa - Vieques Island to Be Featured on Bachelor

ABC’s acclaimed reality television series The Bachelor arrived at W Retreat & Spa – Vieques Island to tape episode five of their top-rated reality show, airing Monday, January 30, 2012 (8-10 p.m. ET).

This season, fan-favorite Ben Flajnik, the down-to-earth and romantic guy whose heartfelt proposal was rejected by Ashley Hebert on The Bachelorette, gets another shot at love. Skeptical at first, Ben, a 29-year-old successful winemaker from Sonoma, California, now knows firsthand that love can happen – and he’s hoping to find it as the Bachelor. Ben was joined by the cast of eligible bachelorettes for a 5-day island getaway that highlighted this Caribbean destination located just eight miles off the southeast coast of Puerto Rico.

While in Vieques, Ben hosted his group of potential mates as they explored secluded beaches, indulged in treatments at the Retreat’s AWAY Spa, dined on cuisine from Alain Ducasse’s miX on the beach, and lounged in guest rooms designed by Patricia Urquiola.

Guests are invited to experience W Vieques through an exclusive offer created specifically for The Bachelor fans. Starting at $590 per night with a 3-night minimum, The Bachelor package includes:

• Daily breakfast at miX on the beach
• Dinner for 2 at miX on the beach
• 1 day Jeep rental with a packed gourmet picnic basket
• A couples massage with a Sunset Jacuzzi experience, including Taittinger champagne
• Earn double SPG points throughout stay

Amplify the romance and indulge in elements pulled directly from the episode’s island itinerary. Starting at $1260 per night with a 4-night minimum, the upgraded experience includes:

• 4 nights in an exclusive WOW Suite
• Daily breakfast at miX on the beach
• Private dinner date at Paradise Edge
• 1 day cabana rental with a bottle of rosé wine & fresh tapas
• 1 day Jeep rental with a packed gourmet picnic basket for two
• A couples massage with a Sunset Jacuzzi experience, including Taittinger champagne
• Earn double SPG points throughout stay

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