The new sales guide gives an overview of Elite’s eight properties in the Caribbean with its key selling points, accommodation offering and restaurants.
It includes its latest two additions, the former Almond hotels now known as The Club Barbados Resort and Spa and Morgan Bay Beach Resort, St Lucia. Its new trade campaign will also accumulate to a six-day mega-fam trip in Antigua with 50 travel agents in May 2013.
To qualify for places, agents need to sign up to Elite Island Resorts and the Antigua & Barbuda Tourism Authority’s online training courses and make three or more bookings to Antigua with a minimum of two Elite hotels and flying with British Airways.
“We want as many travel professionals as possible to see our resorts first hand so they know what they are selling,” said Paula Whitehead, European managing director at Elite Island Resorts.