Flash Sale From TravelZoo

Flash Sale From TravelZoo

How would you like to escape the cold and dreary winter with a fun vacation escape? Right now, there is a flash sale from TravelZoo that you might want to take advantage of. The cost just recently dropped on this all-inclusive trip to Jamaica. The all-inclusive Jamaica winter getaway from Atlanta now costs just $829 per person. Keep in mind, this prices includes all taxes, travel, stay, and food as well. This CheapCaribbean.com travel deal saves you up to $300 per person versus buying the vacation package separately. The Jamaica getaway includes the following:

  • This trip includes roundtrip flights from Atlanta to Montego Bay, Jamaica
  • It also includes 3 nights at the famous 4 star Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa
  • You also will get unlimited meals and drinks including alcohol. That’s a pretty big bonus if you ask me.
  • Each adult will get a $50 spa credit, per stay.
  • Winter departures for this dream trip including weekends: Jan. 8th to 13th, 17th to 23rd, 25th to 27th; add $50 if you would like to travel Feb. 1st to 4th, 6th to 10th, 21st to 24th

Flash Sale From TravelZooSurrounding dates, including holiday travel, are also discounted. You can add additional nights to your trip at reduced rates if you prefer to stay longer than 3 nights.

About the resort: The all-suite, 4-star Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa overlooks the Caribbean Sea and features 10 restaurants, 14 bars, a spa, a theater, a casino and five swimming pools, including an 86,000-square-foot infinity pool — the largest pool in Jamaica.

Winter is a really wonderful time to visit Jamaica because of the amazing weather. The Caribbean country delivers all of the exotic and warm weather you could ask for with temperatures ranging between 71 to 88 in the winter. You may have an occasional chilly morning. All in all, your winter beach experience should be pretty amazing. Winter in the islands is an attractive time to travel because the summer months are much warmer and you may experience the occasional hurricane.

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