Rosalie Bay Resort in Dominica Increases Travel Agent Commissions to 15 Percent

rosalie bay dominicaRosalie Bay Resort on Dominica will permanently increase agent commissions to 15 percent effective immediately.
“A travel agent’s recommendation is invaluable to our eco-boutique resort, which is located on a relatively undiscovered Caribbean island,” says Daryl Aaron, Rosalie Bay's resort manager, in a written release.

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The increased commission is available on all new bookings, including packages and special offers available on
Such special offers include 40 percent savings on daily rates on stays of two nights or more through December 18. In 2014, Rosalie Bay is offering 33 percent off daily rates on stays of four nights or more. Daily rates at Rosalie Bay Resort include a healthful continental breakfast as well as complimentary yoga classes, nature hikes and power walks. All stays of five nights or more receive complimentary airport transfers.
Rosalie Bay also invites agents to experience the resort’s unparalleled setting on the Nature Island, its spacious accommodations, and local and organic cuisine first-hand with special FAM rates. Agents receive a FAM rate of $75 per night (non-commissionable) in run-of-house accommodations for the first three nights of a stay. Rosalie Bay’s 28 rooms and suites feature local hand-crafted hardwood furniture, luxurious bathrooms with rain showers, and patio with views of the garden, ocean or river.
Agents visiting between March and October will have a chance to watch three species of endangered sea turtles, the Green, Hawksbill and giant Leatherback, nest and hatch on the resort’s protected black sand beach.
To make a reservation, agents may contact the US Reservations Office toll-free at 877-732-2864, the resort directly at (767) 446-1010 or e-mail [email protected]. Agents must present current credentials at check-in.

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