updated 4/20/2010 1:17:32 PM ET 2010-04-20T17:17:32

Book by: April 30

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Travel by: Oct. 31

The deal: As if we needed another reason to blow this Popsicle stand in exchange for a blush-colored strand and violet sunsets, Bermuda’s Department of Tourism is working with the island’s hospitality industry to bring you a remarkable promotion. Travel between May 1 and Oct. 31 to receive up to $600 resort credit — to be applied to your room rate at time of reservation or upon checkout — corresponding directly with the number of nights booked ($500 credit for five nights). Booking is open through April 30, at 17 of the top-rated resorts in Bermuda. Nightly rates start from $249/night, and participating properties include The Reefs, which was voted one of the best resorts on the island, and the award-wining, 50-acre, upscale Elbow Beach.

Other resorts included in this promotion are:

•    The Fairmont Southampton
•    The Fairmont Hamilton Princess
•    Grape Bay Beach Hotel
•    9 Beaches
•    Royal Palms Hotel
•    Surf Side Beach Club Hotel
•    Coco Reef Resort
•    Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Tennis Club
•    Rosedon Hotel
•    The St. George’s Club
•    Willowbank Resort & Hotel
•    Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa
•    Pompano Beach Club
•    Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa
•    Tucker’s Point Hotel & Spa

About Bermuda: Voted “Best Island in the Caribbean/Atlantic Region” by Condé Nast Traveler readers for 15 years, Bermuda is loved for its private beaches and secluded coves, rich aquatic reef, fresh, local cuisine, and a 500-year settler history, which gave rise to the island’s African, British, and Hispanic cultural legacy.

The dollars: Rates may vary and are subject to availability.

The catch: You must stay at least four nights.

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