Strong Demand For The Grenadines This Winter Season

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES,  Leading Global Villa Rental Company, Exceptional Villas has added close to 50 new luxury villas to its portfolio for 2019 on the islands of Mustique and The Grenadines.

The company which is considered to be one of the worlds most trusted villa rental companies have experienced a 30% increase in demand for the islands of Bequia, St Vincent, Petit St Vincent, and Mustique Island.

Owner and CEO of Exceptional Villas said that “many of our clients are now looking for more than just a beach holiday.

They want something a bit more experiential and exotic. Mustique and The Grenadines ticks all the boxes”. In addition, the company is finding that many of their particularly discerning clients are happy to take the extra short flight required to get to a new destination they would like to experience for the first time.

There are regular flights from both Barbados and St Lucia to Mustique and The Grenadines. The flights generally connect with the international flights making the extra travel very easy and seamless.

Of course, the tourism industry is not new to Mustique and The Grenadines. It is a very important economic driver that creates thousand of much need jobs for the region.

Mustique has always been one of the world’s most fashionable and exclusive islands. Mustique first came onto the radar as a holiday destination during the sixties when Lord Glenconner gave Princess Margaret a ten-acre plot of land as her wedding gift.

She subsequently went onto build one of the world’s most iconic villas called Les Jolie Eaux.

The real essence of Mustique and The Grenadines is that of true barefoot luxury, combined with an incredibly friendly open house party atmosphere.

These islands are the type of places where you can meet lifelong friends with similar outlooks in life where fellow guests.

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  1. Why must we continue to allow flights directly into the Grenadines from our neighboring States? All air traffic into the Grenadines should be done via AIA. A large chunk of airports’ revenue is “aeronautical,” meaning airlines pay for the use of an airport. So AIA should be the main hub in getting to the Grenadines. Not St. Lucia, Grenada or Barbados. So that those revenues will come to us, after all, it is our product. I am really skeptical about what our so-called leaders are doing. How many jobs are lost because we are not taking care of our business?

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