Sunwing Travel Group and Rex Resorts Partner on Caribbean Properties

Business Merger
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Sunwing Travel Group and Rex Resorts are collaborating; that is, the Group’s hotel division will start managing six of Rex Resort’s Caribbean hotels, effective the start of December 2018. Its hotel division plans to upgrade each of the places of stay over the next few years.

The six Rex Resorts will be absorbed within two of the hotel division’s brands: the new luxury boutique hotel collection, Mystique Resorts and the popular mid-market chain, Starfish Resorts. Mystique Royal St. Lucia will be the second addition to the Mystique Resorts brand, with the first opening later this month in Holbox, Mexico. The Starfish Resorts brand will see five new additions: Starfish Discovery Bay Resort, Barbados; Starfish Halcyon Cove Resort, Antigua; Starfish St. Lucia Resort, St. Lucia; Starfish Grenada Resort, Grenada and Starfish Tobago Resort, Tobago.

Sunwing Travel Group is, according to the company, is the largest integrated travel company in North America. It is comprised of two leisure tour operators, Sunwing Vacations and Vacation Express; Sunwing Airlines, a Canadian airline; SunwingJets, a luxury private jet charter service; together with the Group’s own travel retail businesses, and Luxe Destination Weddings. Blue Diamond Resorts is the Group’s hotel division, an organization managing resort brands including Planet Hollywood Hotels & Resorts, Royalton Luxury Resorts, CHIC by Royalton Luxury Resorts, Memories Resorts & Spa, Starfish Resorts and Mystique Resorts across the Caribbean and Mexico. 


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