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An extra day free at Great Bay Beach Resort & Casino

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An extra day free at Great Bay Beach Resort & Casino

Postby KarenS » Fri Jun 02, 2006 7:33 am

From a recent press release: "ST.MAARTEN, Netherlands Antilles (May 26, 2006) – What better reason to start planning your Summer or Fall vacation to the Caribbean than getting an extra day to swim in St. Maarten’s turquoise waters or dance the night away at a beachside club? That’s exactly what you’ll get when you book three nights at the Great Bay Beach Resort & Casino now through December 16, 2006: a fourth night free!

Still fresh from its $10 million dollar refurbishment, The Great Bay Beach Resort & Casino on the beautiful island of St. Maarten invites you to enjoy its upgraded amenities and its excellent location on a one-mile stretch of sugary-white beach—with an extra night to boot. With your choice of 205 rooms and 52 ample suites, a fun-filled casino, the Vitality Oasis Health Club and our spa services, we’re certain you’ll find more than one reason to stay.

St. Maarten is the Dutch side of the smallest landmass in the world to be divided by two governments—St. Martin is the French side. A fantastic vacation choice for singles, couples and families alike, St. Maarten covers 16 square miles of the southern end of the island (that boasts a total of 37 square miles), with hills covered in emerald green vegetation that roll above salt ponds, lagoons and miles of beach. A fascinating combination of West-Indian traditions and European flair, St. Maarten offers Caribbean hospitality with a twist. Shopping at the duty-free port is a big draw, as is the eclectic nightlife of its colonial-style capital, Phillipsburg, which is conveniently a short walk away from Great Bay. The temperate, sunny climate is ideal for outdoor diversions ranging from beach pursuits to biking, horseback riding or hiking along the inland valleys and hills. Offshore, the rich Caribbean waters are a draw for fishermen, boaters and divers."

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