Agents Can Earn Journese Rewards for Booking Fairmont Hotels

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Journese is offering travel agents the chance to earn 500 Bonus TRIP (Travel Reward Incentive Program) Points for every confirmed Journese booking at Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Worldwide as part of its latest travel agent incentive. The offer is good on bookings made July 5 – August 31, 2018, for travel through August 31, 2019, combinable with all resort promotions such as complimentary nights, special room rates, spa and resort credits, golf packages, and complimentary daily breakfast for two.

Some examples of hotels included in the promotion range from Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui in Hawaii to Fairmont Southampton in Bermuda; Fairmont St. Andrews in Scotland; Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa in California; Fairmont Waterfront in British Columbia; and Fairmont Banff Springs in Alberta.

Journese offers real-time rates, availability and instant confirmations at these partner resorts, and bookings can be combined with all classes of air service, as well as excursions including private options, car rentals and private transfers.


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For further details on Journese’s portfolio and promotions, travel advisors can contact a Destination Specialist at 800.442.9244 or visit

Journese is the luxury brand of Pleasant Holidays, offering fully customized four- and five-star journeys across the globe, including Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, Central America, Cook Islands, Europe, Fiji, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Tahiti, The Hawaiian Islands, United Arab Emirates and the United States.

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