Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Yesterday I told you about a ridiculously good hotel deal from the Bermuda Department of Tourism—a four-night stay for the price of three, with rooms starting at $79 plus vouchers good for $1,000 worth of products and services at island golf courses, spas, and restaurants, all of which is valid until January 31, 2010. Well, the deals just keep on coming. In honor of Veteran’s Day (that’s today in case you hadn’t heard) The Reefs hotel in Southampton is offering a 15% percent discount for active and retired members of the U.S., U.K., and Canadian armed forces, valid for any length of stay through March 31, 2010. That means a poolside room for veterans including breakfast, afternoon tea, and dinner for two costs $313.65—still pricey for the off-season, but a good value nonetheless considering The Reefs was just picked as the number one resort in the Atlantic by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler. For more information check out the hotel's Armed Forces Discount. In the meantime to all you veterans out there, thanks for keeping us free. And as for you Lieutenant Desmond, whenever you and the family are ready for a vacation you know who to call. Bermuda salutes you!