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Travelers headed to Barbados will want to know where to dine. A guide by The Daily Telegraph takes visitors across the island to the best eateries. For dinner the guides suggests dining at Cin Cin By The Sea for a fashionable scene. Good to Know: This restaurant has an air-conditioned dining room. For a starter, try the fried gnocchi with strips of jerk pork in a sweet pea sauce. For a more low-key dining experience, visit Cutters. This café and deli creates made-to-order sandwiches. (Travelers should grab some macaroni pie before heading off to the beach.) For a complete look at the guide, check it out here.
What’s the worst part of any vacation? Packing to go home, of course. Velas Vallarta, in Puerto Vallarta, is offering a new concierge service that is dedicated to helping guests pack up before checking out. This concierge can help printing boarding passes, arrange airport transfers, and pack fragile items for traveling. Late check-outs can also be handled with this special service. To get more details, check it out here.
Planning a big meeting? We suggest setting up the group event in the Caribbean. The Caribbean provides sun, sand and meeting space. And now, Four Seasons Resort Nevis is offering groups a new meetings buyout program. Meeting groups can reserve the resort with as few as 150 out of 196 deluxe guestrooms and the programs must be four nights or longer. The resort on Nevis also has 50 multi-bedroom luxury villas, which can be used for parties or to host VIPs. Get the full story, here.
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Le Grand Bellevue is giving guests the chance to experience two types of stays – one for relaxation and one for celebrating. These packages include a range of spa treatments and brunches. Get a look at the full deal, here.