Enhances Hotel Elite Program

Higher commissions, complimentary sightseeing tours and added four- and five-star properties will increase’s luxury hotel program’s value for members and their clients, reports. Newly announced enhancements to its luxury hotel program, Hotel Elite, include commissions of 15 percent, complimentary sightseeing tours for two and three night packages, and additional four and five-star properties throughout the world.

“Hotel Elite is an incredible program. It rewards our members with up to 15% commissions on hotel bookings and their clients with terrific rates and amenities,” said Vice President of Marketing & Public Relations Stephen McGillivray. “Our program features lower rates and higher commissions than hotel programs from other agency groups.”

Featuring contracted rates and value-added extras, such as free breakfast and room upgrades, Hotel Elite features more than 140 luxury hotels in over 40 destinations around the world. The latest enhancements enable member agents to offer even more value to their client’s hotel booking, all while earning substantial commissions.

Hotel Elite is a valued member benefit due to the quality and quantity of luxury hotels in the world’s greatest cities. New additions to the impressive property listing include The Peninsula in Bangkok, Raffles Beijing Hotel, The Westbury Hotel in Dublin, The Intercontinental in Hong Kong, The Four Seasons in Shanghai and the Swissotel in Sydney.

Complimentary sightseeing tours include a Temple and City Tour in Bangkok, a Gothic Walking Tour in Barcelona, a Bosphorus by Boat tour through Istanbul, a Castle Walking Tour in Prague and a Bay Cruise in Cape Town, just to name a few.

Members can book any of the program’s luxury properties through’s dedicated Hotel Elite number, (800) 316-3136, or online at All other agents can visit

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