Anguilla’s Frangipani Beach Resort Announces Lit Fest Package Offerings

Anguilla’s Frangipani Beach Resort Announces Lit Fest Package Offerings

Literary buffs should be "Thoreau"-ly impressed with Frangipani Beach Resort’s newly announced Lit Fest hotel packages. The premier luxury boutique resort features 19 rooms and suites providing an unrivaled, intimate experience with the luxury and amenities visitors have come to equate with Anguilla. From May 18 – 22, 2017, travelers descending upon the island for the sixth annual Anguilla Lit Fest, which pays homage to Anguilla’s literary heritage, can take advantage of the following packages:

 

· Four nights in a standard room: $1000 single occupancy // $1200 double occupancy + taxes

· Four nights in an ocean view room: $1250 single occupancy // $1425 double occupancy + taxes

· Four nights in a one-bedroom suite: $2050 single occupancy // $2250 double occupancy + taxes

Rates include one complimentary two-day festival pass per booking, daily breakfast credit of $15 per room, complimentary water sports and access to the fitness center and on-site tennis court.

WHEN:                  May 18 – May 22, 2017

WHERE:                                Frangipani Beach Resort - West End Village, AI2640, Anguilla

About Frangipani Beach Resort:

Family owned and operated, Frangipani Beach Resort has set itself apart as the premier luxury boutique resort in Anguilla. Set on one of the most picturesque Anguillan islands, the resort features an exceptional level of comfort and tranquility with 19 rooms and suites. The newly added Villa is the jewel in its crown, for guests who demand the pinnacle of spacious luxury.  Frangipani Beach Resort is located on West End Village, AI2640, Anguilla. For reservations or more information, please visit www.frangipaniresort.com or call (264) 497-6442 or (877) 593-8988.

 

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