|By PR Newswire||
|March 3, 2014 12:50 PM EST||
DALLAS, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Beach Vacation Experts" at CheapCaribbean.com (www.CheapCaribbean.com) have launched a new Seas the Deal program providing huge savings to travelers at select all-inclusive resorts throughout Mexico and the Dominican Republic. Seas The Deal offers travelers the opportunity to enjoy 4- and 5-Sun properties for the price of 3- to 4-sun properties, with an added element of surprise and enhanced anticipation, provided customers are flexible when it comes to the specific hotel.
The innovative opaque pricing strategy allows one to choose their destination and guarantees a stay at one of the incredible properties in CheapCaribbean.com's comprehensive portfolio of quality, all-inclusive resorts. While guests may not know the specific name of the resort at which they'll be staying, they can be certain they're getting the best possible deal, armed with enough details to make an educated selection based on the level of luxury, service and amenities they require. The name of the hotel will be revealed seven days before travel.
Vacationers select the luxury level of their hotel based on "Sun" ratings, a tropically-themed rating system comparable to the standard five-star method, with thorough descriptions to ensure expectations are met and that the only surprises are of a pleasant nature.
Discounts vary based on offer with savings of up to 65% off properties in Cancun, Cozumel, Riviera Maya, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta and Punta Cana.
Los Cabos and Punta Cana guests will enjoy a 5-sun property for a 4-sun price, while travelers to Cancun, Riviera Maya and Puerto Vallarta experience a 4.5-sun property for a 3.5- to 4-sun price. These are exactly the types of deals customers can expect from CheapCaribbean.com.
"Unmatched quality and value is our mantra at CheapCaribbean.com and Seas the Deal delivers in spades," said Josh Paine, president of CheapCaribbean.com.
"This groundbreaking program flips the market dynamic on its side with a bidding process that allows hotels of a similar category to 'book the traveler,' tipping the scales of value firmly in our customers' favor," noted Paine.
For more information or to book, visit CheapCaribbean.com or contact a "Beach Vacation Expert" at 800-869-2710.
CheapCaribbean.com is the leading online resource for travelers interested in vacation deals to the Caribbean and Mexico. Its mission is to be the premier e-commerce beach company by inspiring and fulfilling the dreams of its stakeholders. The CheapCaribbean.com website provides in-depth content on hotel properties and destinations, including authenticated user reviews, exclusive insider tips, as well as beautiful destination photos. The online travel site has grown dramatically since its inception 13 years ago. The site attracts more than 50 million unique visitors a year, resulting in over 1.5 million customers serviced.
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