Through Oct. 23, all-inclusive specialist Club Med is offering seven-day air-inclusive escapes from $1,599 per adult, per week at select resorts.
The deal also includes additional perks and is valid for travel dates until May 2, 2020, with blackout dates applicable, at the following resorts – Punta Cana, Cancun Yucatan, Ixtapa Pacific, Sandpiper Bay, Columbus Isle, Turkoise, La Caravelle, Buccaneer`s Creek, and Michès Playa Esmeralda.
Perks include free first checked luggage, no single supplement and kids under the age of four stay free.
Buccaneer’s Creek: This Martinique resort offers a treasure trove of family- friendly activities from scuba diving and windsurfing to lounging on the beach and enjoying gourmet cuisine.
Sandpiper Bay, Florida: This resort features Club Med’s Spectacular Months program with entertaining themes to enrich guests’ experience and activities like soccer and pickleball.
Turkoise: Perfect for singles, couples and friends, this adults-only Club Med resort has been redesigned for total relaxation, including enhanced gourmet dining, a wellness area with waterfront palapas, and more.
Punta Cana: Club Med Punta Cana offers the ultimate in customizing the all-inclusive experience into your ideal vacation. Guests can choose to spend time in the adults-only Zen Oasis, live in the luxurious 5-trident Tiara Exclusive Collection Space or take advantage of the Amazing Family program, a new way for families to bond and reconnect.
RIU Hotels & Resorts has acquired its second hotel in Tanzania.
The new property will be marketed as part of the sophisticated Riu Palace brand, as Riu Palace Zanzibar already is. The new hotel is located in the Nungwi Beach area and sits on a white-sand beach with crystalline waters at the far north of Unguja, the main island of the Zanzibar archipelago, a little over an hour by car from the airport and the capital city.
Its 149 rooms are five-star rated. Amenities include 24-hour all-inclusive service, free WiFi and a restaurant
over the sea where guests can enjoy local cuisine.
RIU has also acquired five hectares of land where it plans to build a third hotel on the island. The total investment of this purchase amounts to $56 million. With this new project, RIU reaffirms its commitment to the African continent
as a new tourist destination, expanding its range of sun and beach hotels following its announcement in June of the purchase of a site in Senegal.
With this new establishment, the chain now has seven hotels (five in
Cape Verde and two in Tanzania), in addition to the five in Morocco in Africa.