Caribbean resort group attracts groups with diverse Caribbean destinations, Luxury Included® pricing, top accommodations, gourmet dining and wide variety of resort amenitiesRecent research has shown that, despite the unstable economy, 17% of agencies have seen an increase in incentive travel programmes in 2016 (C&IT State of the Industry Report 2016). Sandals and Beaches Resorts’ Incentive travel business has certainly mirrored this trend, with business for 2016 increasing 21% year on year, and the same revenue secured in the first 6 months of 2016 as the whole of 2015.
In the current market, the all-inclusive proposition is more appealing than ever to British holidaymakers, no doubt due to the elimination of concerns over spending money and exchange rates. Sandals and Beaches Resorts feel that this trend has been reflected in their events proposition, and has seen their repeat client base grow to an incredible 62%.
Key corporate companies such as Virgin Media are choosing Sandals and Beaches for their incentive trips, citing service, value for money, budgetary control, flexible contract terms and event inclusions as their reasons for selecting and returning to the resorts.
With a variety of 18 spectacular resort locations on seven unique islands in the Caribbean, Sandals and Beaches Luxury Included®(all-inclusive) Resorts offer an array of destinations for conference and incentive groups, with twin and multi-centre trips, combining different resorts and destinations, also becoming increasingly popular. The ease of booking Sandals and Beaches Resorts for conferences and incentives is built-in right from the foundation with the dedicated UK Events team offering agents and corporates full support through the booking process, and allowing greater flexibility and customisation than ever before.
With an array of fantastic offers available, Sandals and Beaches allow groups to enjoy the impressive services and amenities you find at a five-star luxury resort with the convenience of having it all included in one easy, up-front price.