The diving enthusiasts can start packing their equipment as the third annual ‘Wreck Week’ approaches. The luxury packages on offer this year will make the week in the Caribbean even more attractive. Rosewood hotels have been known for their luxury hotel packages and their properties have long been the preferred destination for luxury vacation packages. They have properties spread throughout the US, Caribbean and Europe but each one has that feel of class and understated luxury. All of them offer a unique ambiance and more importantly they blend very naturally with their surroundings to provide the guests a very relaxing vacation. When you add their high class service and amenities their luxury package scores over every other offer in the hospitality industry.
Their latest luxury hotel package is at Virgin Gorda resort Little Dix Bay in the British Virgin Islands. The Rosewood Little Dix Bay is truly an authentic destination. Like Milan luxury people with sophisticated tastes will appreciate its location just beyond a colorful reef and the tranquil atmosphere provided by the gentle blue waters. It provides its guests an unmatched Caribbean vacation getaway offering fine dining, an award-winning spa, luxury villas and beachfront rooms and suites. Their luxury vacation package takes care of every detail to make your vacation truly memorable.
The Wreck Week this year is offering unparalleled access to some of the Caribbean’s best dive sites and includes five days of diving. Guests can expect to go for a total of 14 dives on 13 wrecks. The specialized luxury package for diving enthusiasts by Rosewood Little Dix Bay starts at $5,439 for double occupancy, inclusive of tax and fees.
The package will include accommodations for seven nights in a Garden View guestroom. Breakfast for two at The Pavilion will be complimentary. Round-trip transportation will be provided daily to dives and dinner and much more. The divers will be getting access to some of the most important wrecks in the region, including RMS Rhone, Chikuzen and Inganes Bay. Make your bookings in time as the Wreck Week 2011 begins May 28.