With the growing number of resorts throughout Mexico and the Caribbean, it can be hard to keep them all straight. However, it’s important to be able to differentiate the various options when a client reaches out for advice on where to stay.
Travel agents with clients considering a trip to either Cancun or Los Cabos can suggest a stay at one of the Le Blanc Spa Resorts. Here are a few things agents should keep in mind when selling these two resorts:
Palace Resorts has two of these hotels, Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun and Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos. Both properties have beachfront locations and an all-inclusive concept. Travel agents can recommend these hotels to adult couples looking to celebrate a wedding, honeymoon or anniversary or simply needing a relaxing getaway.
Le Blanc Spa Resort wants only the best for guests which is why the rooms are well-stocked with amenities such as a bottle of wine upon arrival, a liquor cabinet, an Apple TV, a bathrobe and slippers, a beach bag and much more. In addition, there is a comfort menu with specialty pillows, bath salts and aromatherapy scents.
All of the room categories are spacious and chic, offering stunning floor to ceiling views. Agents who have a group traveling may want to consider the Royale Residence room category in Los Cabos. It’s a two-level accommodation holding up to 12 adults, with an infinity pool, personal fitness center, movie theater and private spa treatment room.
Clients hoping to stay in shape during their vacation will have no problem when choosing to stay at a Le Blanc Spa Resort. Workouts include spinning, numerous types of yoga, Pilates, TRX, Latin dance and body pump—in addition to having access to the state-of-the-art gym on property.
Of course, a visit to the spa will be necessary afterward for some much-needed restoration. Guests interested in exploring off property can book exciting tours such as swimming with dolphins, jungle tours or a luxury sunset sailing.
Travel agents should always make sure clients know about Palace Resorts’ resort credit. Guests staying at a Le Blanc Spa Resort will receive up to $1500 in resort credit that can be used for spa treatments, gift shop purchases and excursions in the area.
Also, make sure clients know that resort credit can be transferred to a future visit if they do not end up using it all in one trip, and this can be done using the Palace Resorts Official App. Extra resort credit or not, your clients will most likely be interested in booking another stay after experiencing everything the Le Blanc Spa Resorts offer.
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