SPICE ISLAND BEACH RESORT CELEBRATES ROMANCE WITH LAUNCH OF NEW LUXURY WEDDING PACKAGE

SPICE ISLAND BEACH RESORT CELEBRATES ROMANCE WITH LAUNCH OF NEW LUXURY WEDDING PACKAGE
May 14, 2012 Arton Kabashi

GRENADA (May 14, 2012) – Romance is the order of the day at Spice Island Beach Resort (http://www.spiceislandbeachresort.com) in Grenada where couples seeking to tie-the-knot in a stylish Caribbean paradise can take advantage of the property’s launch of a special, new wedding package.

“Spice Island Beach Resort is the quintessential Caribbean retreat for romance,” said Sir Royston O. Hopkin KCMG, the resort’s owner and chairman. “Couples can enjoy a stroll along the exquisite Grand Anse Beach, dine on gourmet cuisine, or simply relax the days away by their own private resident-sized swimming pool.”.

“Our proficient staff takes pride in preparing a memorable, hassle-free ceremony so couples can enjoy the romantic spirit of their wedding and all of Spice Island Beach Resort’s and Grenada’s offerings,” Hopkin said.

Spice’s wedding package features: a tropically-decorated wedding location on the beach or among the gardens;nine-inch one-tier wedding cake and bottle of champagne;bridal bouquet and boutonniere (for the groom); one 8″x10″ framed photograph, hors d’oeuvres platter for two; room upgrade subject to availability; fresh fruit in room upon arrival; private in suite dinner (on your patio or terrace) the night of the wedding; decorated Honeymoon room; witness upon request; fees for marriage license and priest or magistrate; certified marriage license;embassy signing fees; and roundtrip transfers for signing documents.

The wedding package is priced at $500, which is added on to the cost of a hotel stay. If they desire, couples can arrange a private beachside dining, add three hours of photography; including 24 edited photographs and a CD-Rom of all raw footage, two hours of video tape footage, steel band, sunset cruise which travels along the coastline and harbour, spa amenities and extra champagne to their wedding package.

Couples who want to marry in Grenada must have valid passports, reside in the country at least three full working days before the ceremony (not including weekends), and present sworn affidavits showing both are single (or divorce decrees if previously married, or death certificates if widowed).

Visit www.SpiceIslandBeachResort.com for more information or contact the resort directly at (473) 444-4258.

Spice Island Beach Resort

The award-winning Spice Island Beach Resort features 64 elegantly-appointed suites, the full-service Janissa’s Spa, a Cybex® fitness center, Oliver’s beachside gourmet restaurant, the Sea & Surf Terrace for light lunches, the Sea & Surf Bar for refreshing cocktails throughout the day, a central swimming pool with swim-up whirlpool, an Omnicourt® tennis court, the Nutmeg Pod children’s activity center, the Gatsby Boutique and more.

Spice Island Beach Resort is a proud member of the esteemed Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) collection and the first and only resort in Grenada to be featured in the exclusive Virtuoso network’s Hotels & Resorts Programme. The resort is also currently celebrating its newly acquired status as the first Grenada property in the Signature Hotels & Resorts Collection.

Click on http://www.spiceislandbeachresort.com/imagelibrary for pictures of the property. Visit http://www.spicebeachresort.com/VirtualTours.htm for a virtual tour.

For more information, contact Spice Island Beach Resort at tel: 473-444-4258, fax: 473-444-4807, e-mail: reservations@spicebeachresort.com, or visit www.SpiceIslandBeachResort.com.