At a time when people want to start vacationing more, but travel costs are steadily climbing, The Corporate Travel Club is offering wholesale rates for its members for Australian hotels and a trip to the Kihaadhuffaru Island in the Maldives as part of its new spring line-up.
For more details, visit https://thecorporatetravelclub.com/
Club members wishing to stay in a queen guest room for three nights at The Point Brisbane Hotel or the Oaks Melbourne on Collins executive studio can expect special wholesale rates. The deal on the Kihaa Maldives report offers club members a five-night stay with a free upgrade from the Beach Villa to the Lagoon Prestige Pavilion Beach Village, plus daily breakfast and dinner for two.
The Corporate Travel Club has a membership rather than a commission model. That pricing allows the club’s members to access special packages for 70% less than other travel companies offer. The club also has a travel concierge service if members require assistance or find a competitive rate elsewhere, which the club can match to provide affordable travel options to exotic locations.
“With new travel deals at wholesale prices, members can crack the code for a cost-savvy way to vacation in 2023,” said the company representative. “Our holiday club opens a unique world of travel. It’s a closed community, but they have the key to unlock the door and marvel at the choices.”
About The Corporate Travel Club
The Corporate Travel Club was launched during the pandemic to reduce travel costs. Its membership model costs $59 Australian per month or $599 Australian per year.
The company’s full-access membership is for up to six family members who receive newsletters to alert them of the club’s latest offers. In addition, the club offers unlimited year-round access to 800,000 worldwide properties and wholesale member rates on worldwide hotels, all without any booking fees.
For more details on The Corporate Travel Club, visit https://thecorporatetravelclub.com/
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