Travel Impressions Offers Savings to Bermuda

During the month of May, Travel Impressions will offer the Compliments of Bermuda promotion that provides travelers with a fourth or fifth night free at participating hotels throughout Bermuda. Travel agents who book their clients on this promotion will be rewarded with a $25 American Express Gift Cheque for each Bermuda booking for a minimum stay of five nights that includes Travel Impressions’ Cancel For Any Reason Waiver.

Travel Impressions is offering a fourth night free (four-night minimum stay) on stays booked for travel from May 1 - 31, 2011, and a fifth night (five-night minimum stay) on reservations for travel from June 1 -30, 2011. Participating Bermuda properties include: Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa; Elbow Beach Bermuda; Grotto Bay Beach Hotel (all-inclusive option available); Rosedon; The Fairmont Hamilton Princess; and The Fairmont Southampton.

Four-night vacation packages are priced from $673 per person, based on double occupancy, for a stay at The Fairmont Hamilton Princess. Five-night packages start at $932 per person, based on double occupancy, for a stay at Grotto Bay Beach Hotel. Rates quoted reflect the free night and include hotel accommodations, roundtrip airport/hotel transfers and hotel tax and service charges. Rates are available at all participating properties and vary according to travel dates. Airfare can be added to a hotel package from gateways nationwide.

Reservations must be booked by May 31, 2011. Redemption forms and complete details on how to redeem the incentive can be found online in the “Bonuses & Incentives” section of Quest for Agents via Travel agents earn a 1 percent bonus commission when booking travel packages online with Quest for Agents.



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