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PRESS RELEASE #208
BARBADOS FOOD & WINE AND RUM FESTIVAL GENERATES EXCITEMENT WITH VISITORS, CONNOISSEURS
Mango Bay Properties Extend Welcome Plate To Event Attendees
HOLETOWN, Barbados (Sept. 24, 2013) – The annual Barbados Food & Wine and Rum Festival, taking place Nov. 22 – 25, 2013, will gather epicurean superstars including celebrity chefs Marcus Samuelsson, Anne Burrell and more to offer residents and visitors to the island the very best in food, wine, rum and culture. The Mango Bay Hotel Group properties Mango Bay Hotel and Island Inn Hotel are providing event-goers with the perfect places to relax after indulging their senses at the daily culinary events.
Mango Bay, located in the Holetown area on the famed gold coast, is a short walk from the posh Limegrove Lifestyle Centre. Here vacationers can shop till they drop at global luxury retailers including, but not limited to, Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors and Cartier. After a day of spoiling oneself and indulging in fare at the festival, the 76-room resort is the perfect place to relax. Known for its casual sophistication and all-inclusive value, guests will enjoy beachfront accommodations making it an ideal tropical retreat.
A Mango Bay all-inclusive vacation offers hotel accommodations, all meals, afternoon tea, all local and brand name drinks including glasses of wine, use of the on-site gym, and nightly entertainment. Water skiing, kayaking, snorkeling, wakeboarding, pedal boats, a glass bottom boat ride and a catamaran trip to snorkel with the turtles are also included. Rates start at US$425 per room, per night, based on double occupancy.
The quaint, 24-room Island Inn Hotel is the perfect setting for a tropical vacation steeped with a rich, historic past, situated just footsteps from beautiful Carlisle Bay, less than one mile from the centre of Bridgetown and conveniently located near the UNESCO world heritage site in the Garrison Historic Area of Barbados, which also boasts numerous shops and nightlife options. The property amazes guests with its local past and chic décor.
An Island Inn Hotel all-inclusive vacation includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, afternoon tea and all beverages (except specialty wines, champagne and bottled water) as well as in-pool scuba lessons. Rates start at US$300 per room, per night, based on double occupancy.
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