Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
Travel Services just negotiated a new deal to get lower prices on all inclusive resorts for their members of their private travel clubs all throughout the United States.
Travel Services, or MyTSOnline, is the travel agent behind numerous travel clubs where members pay a fee for the right to book any and all travel at cost, saving them hundreds and thousands of dollars every year.
According to Management at Travel Services, "TSOnline will now offer even better rates to all inclusive resorts, even the amazing ones such as on Sugar Beach in St. Lucia."
Just outside the French colonial town of Soufrière on St. Lucia's less trammeled southwest coast, Jalousie unfurls luxuriantly across more than one hundred acres of tropical forest, staring right at the glorious UNESCO World Heritage-protected Pitons. Everything here rubs relaxation-seekers the right way. Restaurants feature smashing views and utilize the freshest local ingredients, while the cutting-edge Cane Bar presents a wide rum selection with a "rummelier" to help guide guests.
All accommodations offer butler service, contemporary colonial decor, WiFi, iPod docks, claw-foot tub, oversize plunge pool, and private patio. But one can really Zen out at the Rainforest Spa, with its seven tree-house treatment cabanas tucked into the dense foliage by the base of the Petit Piton. There's also a wet treatment room with mani/pedi facilities, beauty salon, and relaxation gazebo. An earthen Temascal is warmed by volcanic spring water; medicinal herbs poured over red-hot rocks produce a curative steam. In addition, body scrubs and wraps that use fresh fruits, herbs, and plants grown on the estate. And in the resort's signature Sulphur Seduction, one can visit the springs to bathe in the black, mineral rich waters warmed by the Soufriere volcano. A therapist slathers you in creamy mud to boost metabolism and circulation as one basks in the sun as the mud dries, naturally exfoliating and detoxifying the skin, and then shower in the hot spring waters of the Piton cascade.
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