Jetsetter

Sister of the ever-popular Gilt Group throws in a luxury spa service when you purchase a vaca discount.

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14 January 2010

Jetsetter, a subsidiary of the increasingly popular Gilt Group, is the “it” place to find luxury travel deals. They offer luxury hotels discounted for the duration of the sale (travel date restrictions apply) to places from Louisville to Luxembourg. What caught our attention this week, however, were the package details.

The Tides

Many of the offers aren’t just discounted rates on five star hotel suites but also include a spa treatment. And if you are staying at the best hotel in a given city, you can bet they have a pretty sweet spa. Like Gilt Group sales, the travel specials change each week and end when their allotted number of offers are sold out. This week, Jetsetter offered a discount package deal to The Tides in Zihuatanejo, Mexico. Never heard of it? Well you probably couldn’t afford it. Beach suites on the website are $840 per night. On Jetsetter they are about $500 per night and you receive a complimentary spa service.

Similar offers are on sale this week for Phuket, Thailand and Charleston, SC. We learned that if you call the resort or hotel on sale and mention that you are thinking of purchasing a stay through Jetsetter, the staff are happy to help dissect the options. And like always, if Jetsetter isn’t offering your ideal package, book your hotel through them for the discount and then call and ask for what you want.

Emma Dinzebach


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Posted by Emma Dinzebach at 11:02 AM
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