Saint Lucia’s Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa and its luxury sister resort Serenity at Coconut Bay are offering travel advisors rewards and incentives for new bookings made now through Oct. 31, 2020.
For travel from Nov. 1, 2020 through Dec. 20, 2021, advisors will earn $25 or $50 for every seven-night booking at Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa as well as one free night for Deluxe Oceanview or higher room category. For seven-night bookings at Serenity at Coconut Bay, they will earn $100, $150 or $200 based on room category.
Travel agents earn up to 15% commission for direct bookings with North America Reservations at 877-252-0304.
Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa has also extended its exclusive travel agent FAM rate of $99 per night for themselves and $159 for a guest based on double occupancy for bookings by Oct. 31, 2020 and travel by Dec. 20, 2020. This offer is only available to travel agents with a valid IATA/CLIA identification and bookings should be made direct with North America Reservations.
“We have always valued our close partnerships with travel agents, and throughout this pandemic they have continued to play an integral part in our reopening plans with their continued support and loyalty,” said Mark Adams, president and CEO of Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa and Serenity at Coconut Bay. “And we want them to know that they can continue to be confident that we will provide the award-winning service, amenities and a safe environment their clients’ expect.”
Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa is reopening to guests on Oct. 31, while Serenity at Coconut Bay has been welcoming guests since Aug. 1. Guests at both resorts can take advantage of easy social distancing on 85 oceanfront acres including a mile-long private beach. To facilitate even more outdoor space, new decking and brand new suntracker beds have been safely spaced for lounging at Harmony, a new walkway has been added to the oceanfront area at the Gazebo, and three Kai Mer Spa oceanfront cabanas have been rebuilt for guests who would like to experience open-air treatments.
Both Serenity and Coconut Bay have received the official Saint Lucia COVID-19 Certification and the resorts’ Paradise Protection Protocols are in place.
The island is currently open to all international visitors, and all arriving passengers must have a negative result from a PCR test done no more than seven days prior to arrival in Saint Lucia. Hotel guests are required to remain on property for the duration of their stay except to transfer to another Covid-19 certified property to continue their stay, or to participate in certified activities, tours, and excursions.