Hawaii Bonuses for Agents and Value for Travelers

Sponsored Content: Castle Resorts & Hotels’ 5 for $50 Cash Bonus Program is Back in Hawaii by Popular Demand
Castle Resorts & Hotels // (c) 2011 Castle Resorts & Hotels
Castle Resorts & Hotels // (c) 2011 Castle Resorts & Hotels

Let’s face it, travelers love spending summer by the seashore but value is paramount. No one is more familiar with the family beach vacation than Castle Resorts & Hotels, which operates and manages a broad portfolio of properties in Hawaii including full-service hotels and family-friendly resort condominiums.

Castle is focused on the family experience and knows Hawaiian sun and surf are even more enjoyable when kids and parents can enjoy all the comforts of home with swimming pools, washer/dryers, and full-kitchens (which allow for home-cooked meals, low restaurant expenses, clean laundry, smaller suitcases and lower checked-baggage fees.

Due to popular demand, Castle has brought back the “5 for $50 Cash Bonus” program, which pays travel agents a $50 cash bonus for every booking that is 5 consecutive nights or more at a participating Castle property.  The lucrative program has been extended to include bookings realized between July 1 and December 22, 2011.  The cash bonus is applicable to bookings made through tour operators, GDS or with Castle direct.

“Considering the average length of a Hawaii visit is over seven days, this program is a win-win for agents,” said Joe Bock, Castle Senior Director of Marketing. “Our properties, and especially our resort condominiums, offer the best value for guests in Hawaii by keeping travel expenses down. This program makes those same deals even more lucrative for our partner agents,” he continued.

Properties participating in the cash bonus program include the exclusive Halii Kai at Waikoloa on the Big Island, Castle Kiahuna Plantation and Poipu Shores on Kauai, Castle Waikiki Shore Beachfront Condominiums on Oahu, and Kamaole Sands on Maui.  Full details can be found at: www.CastleTravelAgents.com.

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