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A Growing Trend for Caribbean Resorts, Destinations…

Posted on 12 January 2012

When airlines lose money, it comes out of you and your clients’ pockets. If fuel goes up, so does the cost of your clients’ lengthy flights. But clients will still pay for expensive flights if the pay off is worth it when they arrive.


Now, more and more Caribbean resorts and destinations making an aggressive push to offer airline credit their guests.


The Veranda Resort in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos was the latest resort to announce a deal offering air credit. The resort, announced this week, that it will be offering agents complimentary airfare with luxury accommodations from $212/ night double occupancy.


The rate is inclusive of complimentary airfare, round trip airport transfers, all meals and beverages (including premium Grey Goose vodka), afternoon tea, twice daily housekeeping, onsite children’s program, non-motorized water sports, wireless internet, all international telephone calls and tax and service charges.


To help alleviate the cost of airline ticket prices in 2012, Sandals Resorts International is offering exclusive airfare credit for clients who book a minimum six-night stay at any Sandals Resorts or Beaches Resorts.


Following the successful $250 airfare credit promotion, the all-inclusive resort company will now offer an even better airfare deal for guests who book a land-only or air-inclusive Caribbean vacation to any Sandals Resorts or Beaches Resorts next year.


We should note, however, that the booking window for this deal expires on Jan. 26, but it’s still worth noting that one of the Caribbean’s most successful hotel chains is also following the trend. Also, Sandals has a habit of extending promotions if it’s successful, so keep an eye out.


Through October 31, agents will enjoy a complimentary ticket and a $99 companion ticket on all Cayman Airways flights. In addition, top attractions across Cayman, such as birthplace of Caymanian democracy Pedro St James, Dolphin Discovery and the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, will be offering significant entry discounts while scuba diving operators Dive Tech and Ocean Frontiers give divers an incentive to get in the water. Participating hotels and accommodations will also be offering impressive savings.

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