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RENT A PRIVATE ISLAND IN BARBUDA FOR JUST $18,000 A DAY
FOR YOU AND 17 OF YOUR CLOSEST FRIENDS OR FAMILY
Lower Bay, Barbuda – Who says luxury isn’t still affordable in tough economic times? At Lighthouse Bay Resort, an exclusive private island resort in Barbuda, Eastern Caribbean, just a 15-minute flight from Antigua, you and 17 of your closest friends and family members can be hosted and pampered on your own island for just $18,000 a day U.S. (plus tax and service). Rate includes nine luxury rooms and suites with private balcony, daily breakfast, lunch and dinner; house wine and beer, non-alcoholic beverages, and the pink sands of Palm Beach.
The Resort is situated on a strip of land 1.5 miles from mainland Barbuda, sister island to Antigua. Private boats take guests over the lagoon from mainland Barbuda in just 10 minutes.
Lighthouse Bay Resort features highly-personalized service from a staff of 25, resident gourmet chef and masseuse, 24-hour concierge and roof-top restaurant with 360-degree views. All guest rooms and suites include lavish leather and mahogany furnishings, flat screen TV, iPod compatible surround-sound stereo, wireless internet and original watercolor paintings from local artist Stephen Murphy.
The resort was recently recognized by Islands Magazine as among The Top Seven Spots That Promise A True Escape From Everything and by The New York Times as Number 3 of 39 Reasons To Go To the Caribbean in 2009. Lighthouse Bay Resort is base camp to explore Barbuda’s tranquility and signature activities of sailing, diving, exploring hidden caves and bays, shell hunting and horseback riding. The world’s largest frigate bird sanctuary and nesting grounds is just 10 minutes by boat.
For more Lighthouse Bay information and reservations, go to www.lighthousebayresort.com or call 1-888-836-5427.
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Kathy Hernandez, President
Kathy Hernandez and Associates Public Relations
2567 Porterview Way
Orlando, FL 32812
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