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The Viceroy Anguilla Will Pay Your Airfare, As Long As You're A High Roller

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  Site Where: Barnes Bay, West End, Anguilla
November 23, 2010 at 12:55 PM | by | ()

It may not be Kelly Wearstler's favorite hotel, but the Viceroy Anguilla can hold its own in the high roller department, thanks very much.

A new program at the resort is covering guests flights--to the tune of $6,000. Of course, that doesn't mean you and 10 friends can fly coach and stay in the cheapest room category. This insane hotel package is reserved for guests who book one of Viceroy Anguilla's four-bedroom villas.

The deal runs from January 3 through April 30--which at least gives you time to ask Santa for a five-night stay in a villa.

To put things in perspective here (because our minds are boggling, too), the best available rate for one of the four-bedroom villas is around $4,291 a night. So when you're looking at a folio of over $20K, that $6,000 airfare compensation... still sounds like a deal, but really more of a "deal"--in air quotes.

The villas do sound pretty special--there are both single story and two-level versions and interiors are all designed by Wearstler. Villa guests get priority status at the spa, restaurants, lounges and pool cabanas, and are assigned a dedicated "Lifestyle Assistant" who can take care of special requests and even packing.

Don't expect to see Kel in the villa next door, though. She'll be in Paris.

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