USVI Celebrates 100th Anniversary With ‘Fourth Night Free’ Promotion

by Harvey Chipkin


The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism has launched “Centennial PLUS,” a summer and fall promotion to coincide with the destination’s 100th anniversary as a U.S. territory.

The package, which can be booked through participating tour operators, offers $400 in VI Spending Credits as well as the fourth night free for a minimum four-night stay. The credits can be redeemed across the islands at restaurants, retail stores, attractions and activities. “Centennial PLUS” must be booked by June 1, 2017 for travel between June 1 and October 31, 2017.

“Centennial PLUS” builds on the success of a $300 consumer incentive that led up to the Centennial, which occurred on March 31.

Participating tour operators include American Airlines Vacations, Apple Vacations, CheapCaribbean.com, Costco Travel, Delta Vacations (MLT), Expedia Inc., Flight Center Travel Group (Libgo), JetBlue Vacations, Pleasant Holidays, Travel Impressions and Tourico Holidays.

St. Croix hotel partners are Arawak Bay: The Inn at Salt River, Caravelle Hotel & Casino, Club Comanche Hotel St. Croix, Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort & Casino, Holger Danske Hotel, Hotel on the Cay, Mount Victory Camp, Renaissance St. Croix Carambola Beach Resort & Spa, The Buccaneer Hotel, The Palms at Pelican Cove, Sand Castle on the Beach and Sugar Beach Condo Resort.

On St. John, participating hotels are Coconut Coast Villas, Concordia Eco-Resort, Gallows Point Resort, The Westin St. John Resort Villas and Vacation VI/SirenUSA.

And on St. Thomas, hotels are Bolongo Bay Beach Resort, Emerald Beach Resort, Frenchman’s Reef & Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort, Galleon House, Sugar Bay Resort & Spa, Windward Passage Hotel and Virgin Islands Campgrounds.

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