NEW RADISSON ST. MARTIN LUXURY RESORT OFFERS DIVERSE EXPERIENCES FOR INCENTIVE GUESTS

– By Land, Sea and Air –

The new luxury Radisson St Martin Resort, Marina & Spa, scheduled to open in late summer 2008, exclusively features water transfers from Princess Juliana International Airport to the resort creating a memorable welcome. When incentive guests arrive, they are whisked from the tarmac to an awaiting high-speed launch that makes the 25-minute shuttle to the resort’s locale on the secluded cove of Anse Marcel.

The Radisson St Martin offers special extravaganzas under the stars that take advantage of the resort’s breathtaking beachfront and St Martin ’s balmy year-round climate. Planners can choose from Tropical White Night Gala – a festive and elegant sand-side fête; an island-themed Colorful Caribbean Festivaland Bubbleq – where fireworks and Champagne are playfully paired with barbecued specialties.

“The prime location of Radisson St Martin paired with our marina, off-site activities on St Martin and neighboring Anguilla, St. Barths and Saba, adds up to a compelling destination for incentive guests,” states General Manager Jeff Lesker. “When you factor in team-building and individual activities, a stay here is sure to boost positive morale long after the experience ends.”

One team-building activity departing directly from the resort’s marina is a Mini-America’s Cup that teaches novice sailors to work together on individual tasks to navigate the course. For land lovers, a Jeep Safari Scavenger Hunt throughout St Martin is an exciting way for groups to learn about the two-nation island. Other daytime activities include mountain biking, scuba diving and offshore fishing or simply people watching on the fabulous Orient Beach.

When the sun sets, groups can unwind with a signature treatment at the spa, before an intimate culinary experience at C Le Restaurant. The resort also features a unique dine-around package for incentive guests that featuring restaurants in nearby Marigot and Grand Case – renowned as the culinary capital of the Caribbean – both of which can be reached by water taxi.

St Martin’s central West Indies location is also conducive to island hopping on day trips to the exotic neighbors of Anguilla, St. Barths and Saba . On Anguilla , guests can head for the boutiques and many secluded beaches, where a gourmet lunch prepared by the Radisson St Martin’s chef are among the possibilities. Golfers can also take on the Greg Norman-designed course at nearby Temenos. Chic St Barths, known as an “A-lister favorite,” is also close-by via ferry or private plane, where guests can enjoy its many art galleries, shell museum and restaurants attracting celebrities from across the globe. Off the beaten track, the five-square-mile volcanic island of Saba offers hiking trails for exploring rugged tropical landscapes.