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Aimbridge Hospitality's Jewel Resorts of Jamaica Sparkle with the opening of third All-Inclusive Resort in Jamaica, Awards and Jamaica's Two Millionth stopover Visitor!

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Jewel Paradise Cove Beach Resort & Spa Opens with Introductory Rates

DALLAS, Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Aimbridge Hospitality, the nation's second largest independent hotel management and investment firm, recently opened the all new Jewel Paradise Cove Beach Resort & Spa, an exclusive adults-only active vacation health and fitness themed all-inclusive resort in Runaway Bay, Jamaica. The verdant 225 key oceanfront property joins the flagship Jewel Dunn's River Beach Resort and Spa and the Jewel Runaway Bay Golf Resort & Spa as the third Jewel resort property in Jamaica. Jewel Paradise Cove Beach Resort & Spa is currently offering introductory all-inclusive rates from $170 per person, per night, double occupancy, effective now through April 30, 2014 based upon availability and the offer includes a 30 minute beachfront massage per person per stay. (Stays of four nights or longer receive a 50 minute beachfront massage per person per stay).

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Aimbridge Hospitality is a recognized hospitality management leader throughout the Caribbean. "We are proud to have opened our third luxury Jewel resort property in Jamaica, and we continually strive to raise the bar of our guest experience on an island that is recognized for its warm and genuine hospitality and exceptional service levels," said Rich Cortese, senior vice president Caribbean operations and development for Aimbridge Hospitality.

A richly inclusive resort, Jewel Paradise Cove Beach Resort & Spa is the first Jewel property to introduce the expanded all-inclusive health, spa and fitness theme, and includes juice and smoothie bars throughout the property, a variety of healthy cuisine options and an extensive list of watersports and most activities included in the pricing. A new addition to the resort is the oceanfront Radiant Spa, the Jewel branded spa concept, acclaimed for its specialty spa treatments such as the in-ocean two therapist massage (spa treatments additional excluding introductory package). Adding to its appeal, Jewel Paradise Cove rate includes Scuba Diving & Resort Course, Sunset Cruise, Dunn's River Falls Tour, Shopping Tour with trip to Margaritaville, and much more - all standard in its all-inclusive rate!

Jamaica's Jewel Runaway Bay Beach & Golf Resort was the recent home to the island's two millionth stopover guest this year.  Newlyweds from Newton, Massachusetts, Mr. and Mrs. Alexis and Craig Greiner, who arrived on American Airlines into Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica, were welcomed to the resort with true island hospitality, and general manager Scott Robbins warmly greeted the couple who has helped to make Jamaican history.

"I and all the staff here at Jewel Runaway Bay were very excited to take part in making Jamaican history, and we were also extremely proud that the Greiners chose our destination all-inclusive resort for their honeymoon," stated Scott Robbins. While relaxation, exploration and total "unplugging" was on the agenda for the newlyweds at Jewel Runaway Bay, the exclusive resort added in some extra special amenities such as a butler serviced oceanfront suite, a romantic couples massage for two at the resort's Radiant spa, champagne and a complimentary stay for the Greiners to return next year.

And to continue to add brilliance to the Jewel gem of a resort portfolio, Jewel's flagship resort, The Jewel Dunn's River Beach Resort & Spa was awarded two prestigious Trip Advisor Awards, the Certificate of Excellence and the Traveler's Choice Award for All-Inclusive Resorts. General manager Carol Bourke of Jewel Resorts again accepted the awards for her property, and her motto for her and all the Jewel staff is to make each and every guest a VIP at all times during their stay.

For more information, please visit www.jewelresorts.com or contact your travel professional or 800.605.2512.

Looking for a brilliant, all-inclusive Jamaica vacation or wedding destination? Jewel Resorts has everything you need-and more! Visit www.jewelresorts.com or contact your travel professional.

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