Travel Impressions Offers Exclusive Rates At The Hard Rock

Agents can get exclusive rates for the Hard Rock Hotel in Mexico and the Dominican Republic this month.

The seven-night, all-inclusive discounted packages cover roundtrip hotel transfers, accommodations, all meals, drinks and snacks, daily activities, non-motorized water sports, nightly entertainment and all hotel taxes and service charges.

The exclusive rates are being offered in Mexico at the Hard Rock Hotel Vallarta, from $1,207 per person; Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya Family Section, from $1,279 per person; Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya Heaven adults-only section, from $1,413 per person; and Hard Rock Hotel Cancun, from $1,547 per person; as well as at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, from $1,509 per person.  

Bookings must be made by Sept. 30, for travel through April 15, 2017.

Agents will earn 750 LoyalTI First Bonus Points for bookings. Additionally, bookings may qualify for up to a $1,800 Limitless Resort Credit, which can be used towards golf, spa services and tours.

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