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This is the Ultimate Caribbean Relais & Chateaux Experience

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - March 15, 2018

Two islands are always better than one.

And that’s particularly true with the latest experience from Relais & Chateaux, which combines stays at two of its hotels in the Caribbean for the ultimate gourmet getaway.

The “Caribbean Sugar and Spice” package, which runs through Oct. 31, showcases two Relais & Chateaux properties in the Caribbean: Grenada’s Calabash and Barbados’ Cobblers Cove.

A suite at Calabash.

For stays through April, if you combine seven-night stays at each hotel, you’ll get complimentary inter-island transfers arranged with Trans Island Air 2000. After April 10, combine a minimum of five nights on each island and you’ll get two dinners for two guests, one spa treatment per person and complimentary air transfers.

Cobblers Cove.

It’s a hard-to-match way to experience two beautiful but vastly different island experiences, all while sampling some of the best food in the Caribbean.

So what are you waiting for?

For more information, visit Relais & Chateaux.

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