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Get Out of Town: Luxury Travel Deals

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A great travel deal for a top-flight destination doesn't have to break the bank. Luxury Link offers vacation packages at hotels, resorts, tours, and cruises all over the world that prove that a luxury vacation does not have to come at a luxury price. ---

One current deal that really can't be beat is a seven-night stay for eight people at Seaside Cottage at Round Hill in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Ideal for a couples' retreat or family vacation, the cottage has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, with a private pool and gazebo and and outdoor whirlpool, not to mention the stunning view of Montego Bay. The cottage comes fully staffed with a cook, laundress, housekeeper, and private wait staff for meals. Cottage guests also receive access to the resort's private beach, fitness center, tennis courts, piano bar, galleries and restaurants, and afternoon tea out on the terrace.

At $1,990 total for your stay, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better way to spend a week (or your money) in Jamaica.

The Travel Tramps write about their treks near and far in City Weekly and host the weekly Travel Brigade Radio Show.