Agents Earn When Changing Itinerary from Europe to Mexico

They say that with crisis comes opportunity, and El Dorado Spa Resorts & Hotels and Azul Hotels by Karisma is providing travel agents the opportunity to do business amidst the European air travel crisis.  Any agent that can prove to have switched a client's bookings from Europe to any of Karisma's Gourmet Inclusive properties will receive $50 extra on the commission he or she already made (with minimum of 10 percent of booking).

To help agents entice guests, El Dorado Spa Resorts & Hotels and Azul Hotels also unveiled the “Cheerio Europe, Hola Mexico” vacation package at El Dorado Spa Resorts & Hotels, valid for arrivals within the next two weeks. Guests will receive a savings of 35 percent off stays over the next two weeks.  For arrivals through May 3, the collection of Gourmet Inclusive properties located along the Riviera Maya coast is changing into a dollar what would-be vacationers to Europe would have spent on travel, taking into consideration the current exchange rate of 1 Euro for every 1.35 U.S. dollars.  Plus, guests of El Dorado Royale and Azul Sensatori will receive free daily access to hydrotherapy areas at the spas where they can wash away stress associated with changing their itineraries, a value of $37 per day per person, which amounts to a savings of $185 per person over a five-day stay.

Rates at the adults-only El Dorado Spa Resorts & Hotels and family-friendly Azul Hotels by Karisma begin at $200 per day, per person including the Gourmet Inclusive experience with all gourmet meals served a la carte, premium alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, 24-hour room service, and full service concierge.  At Azul Hotels by Karisma, kids under three stay free and gain complimentary access to the Azulitos Kid’s Club featuring F® toys from a special Jugueteca Toy Lending Library menu and play sessions by Fisher-Price, Splash Park, Breeze Teen Club, and My Gym Children’s Fitness Center

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