All-inclusive rates at resorts in The Bahamas, Dominican Republic and Mexico start at $50 per person per night; kids 12 and under eat, stay and play free
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (May 18, 2007) – This Fourth of July, adventurous Americans can throw a twist into the typical barbeques and fireworks by escaping to Viva Wyndham all-inclusive resorts.
For as low as $50 per person per night, guests can indulge in activities available with their all-inclusive stay, including kayaking, dance classes, pool-side games and Viva Wyndham’s exciting nightly shows, which blend dancing, singing and acting with guest participation.
Families can take advantage of Viva Wyndham’s summer offer, which allows children 12 years of age and younger to eat, stay and play for free.
Viva Wyndham guests also enjoy Wyndham ByRequest®, the brand’s guest recognition program developed by Wyndham to deliver on its brand philosophy of empowering guests to achieve a more customized hotel experience. Guests may choose items from a variety of pre-selected categories that appear on the Wyndham ByRequest profile form, such as a welcome snack or a preferred type of wine.
For reservations call 1-800-WYNDHAM. For more information about the resorts featured above, you can also see their accommodation listings under The Bahamas – Grand Bahama and Dominican Republic at www.caribbean.com.
For your FREE on-line Bahamas and Dominican Republic travel guides, visit www.caribbean.com.
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