TORONTO — Sunwing Vacations has announced the opening of Grand Memories Santa Maria and Sanctuary at Grand Memories Santa Maria in Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba. These latest additions, which have received a ‘Grand’ distinction in recognition of their elevated quality, will welcome their first guests in January 2017.
Part of the tour operator’s exclusive Sunwing Selection, which include resorts handpicked for their overall value and popularity, each of these all-inclusive properties will combine an enviable beachfront location in Cayo Santa Maria with a host of facilities and amenities.
Grand Memories Santa Maria will boast a complimentary kids club, extensive pool area, meet and greets with cartoon favourites Toopy and Binoo, non-motorized watersports, two restaurants, an ice cream shop, and the adults-only Sanctuary where special features include deluxe suites, cigar bar, access to a private pool, three bars and an exclusive restaurant. Couples and friends are also sure to enjoy lively entertainment, not to mention weekly foam and beach parties.
For an even more upscale stay, guests can upgrade to Diamond Club where benefits include special beach areas, a private Diamond Club Lounge, in-room liquor and a minibar that’s restocked daily.
In addition, guests can enjoy ‘Stay at 1, Play at 2’ privileges with neighbouring Memories Paraiso, which features a large swimming pool and varied dining options. Guests who opt for the Sanctuary enjoy ‘Stay 1, Play at 3’ exchange privileges across both Grand Memories Santa Maria and Memories Paraiso.
Sunwing Vacations will offer packages to Grand Memories Santa Maria and Sanctuary at Grand Memories Santa Maria from 12 gateways this coming winter, including Toronto and Montreal. All vacations include return flights with Sunwing Airlines.
A week at Grand Memories Santa Maria starts from $825 plus $380 taxes, per person, based on two people sharing on an all-inclusive basis, departing from Toronto on Jan. 17, 2017. The same package departing from Montreal is priced from $1,245, departing on Jan. 20, 2017.