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What's New In The British Virgin Islands

What's New In The British Virgin Islands

TORTOLA, British Virgin Islands, Jan. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- As a necklace of lush islands rising from the technicolor tides of the Caribbean Sea, the British Virgin Islands announces million dollar renovations, hot deals and new amenities for 2007. Recognized as one of the most breathtaking destinations in the world, the BVI is proud to offer premier services in the undisputed Sailing Capital of the World.

Biras Creek Resort: * Newly acquired by Victor International and multi-million dollar renovations, all accommodations are non-smoking rooms including 300 thread count cotton linens and Sealy Plush pillow-top mattresses. Luxurious amenities also include Sony LCD TV's and Bose iPod Sound Decks in the Grand Premier suites, fitness center and private dining rooms Mainsail Resort, Marina & Spa: * Scheduled to open in late 2007 on Scrub Island, the luxury resort is the first development in the BVI in more than 15 years and will be fully equipped with ocean view suites, villas and residences, world class spa, marina, restaurants, retail shops, amphitheatre, nature trails, and astronomy observatory Mango Bay and Paradise Beach Resort: * New owners Paola Moretti-Flax and Dwight Flax renovated the entire resort with air-conditioned bedrooms, in-room telephones, satellite TV and free internet connection * Three additional four bedroom villas and private pools forecasted to open February 2008 Katitche Point Greathouse: * New member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the five-bedroom rental villa on Virgin Gorda offers services of a hotel, including catering by private chef and new private pathway leading to the shoreline of Pond Bay Guana Island * New lunch and dinner menus showcase pistachio-crusted goat cheese over mesclun, West Indian chicken roti with mango chutney and poached pear with raspberry sauce * The spa and yoga center menus are also updated with soothing treatments such as the Brown Sugar Scrub and Dead Sea Black Mud Wrap Sabor Caribe Villas: * Recently revamped with Balinese-craft furniture from Indonesia, one to two bedroom villas make up the Sabor Caribe 1 and 2 to be rented together or separately, located near many beaches, restaurants and nightlife Myett's, Cane Garden Bay * The Sea Spa now offers the Relaxation Massage, rocking spa-goers back and forth to the sound of the sea and surf or from the convenience of in-room service

The British Virgin Islands remains an undeveloped haven for natural treasures. The BVI boasts no high-rise hotels, no casinos and no crowds, rather, the purity of the land -- from pristine beaches with powdery sand and crystal clear waters home to an aquarium of the world's most diverse sea life, to extensive coral reefs responsible for claiming renowned wrecks and vast Outbacks sheltering endangered species. Whether it is discovering the natural phenomena of The Baths or diving the Indians, Sandy Spit or fabled Wreck of the Rhone, the BVI is bountiful with Nature's Little Secrets. For more information on the British Virgin Islands, please call BVI Press Office: 866.491.8155 or visit

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