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  • All inclusive

Highway Las Terrenas - El Limón Km. 4, Samaná, Den Dominikanske Republik

Hotel overview

Rated the best all-inclusive hotel for families in Las Terrenas, the Bahia Principe Grand El Portillo is also the one with the most beautiful beach. This family resort offers large and spacious family rooms for up to eight people that have cable TV, mini bar (replenished daily), balconies or terraces. On the website

Entertainment comes in the form of shows, games, spa, tennis and fitness center. The kids club is included, as is the water park and mini snack area just for them. You will be enchanted by the large tropical gardens and the wide range of facilities, services and entertainment throughout. The mirror of the sea The sea brought us to the perfect place to enjoy a family holiday. Swim in the crystal clear waters of one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, a few steps from Las Terrenas, a lively fishing village with a wide range of entertainment options. An endless sea of ​​possibilities...”


Samana - Strand

Samana airport : 21 miles

Santo Domingo Airport : 86 miles

property information

Production year: 2006

Last update: 2020

Floors: 3

Total number of rooms: 604

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General policies and fine print

Ticket Check: AT 3:00 AM

To check: 12:00

General Policies:

Registration Policy:
The hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for any additional charges. this will put a bonus on your money.

Contract Policy:
People attending a conference may not book this property for their stay. If attending a conference, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.

The hotel's spring break policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-free environment.

Shipping Policy:
A price may be displayed when children stay free if your holiday includes transport to your hotel.

General information:
Room taxes and service charges are included in the price of the holiday.
There may be restrictions on the minimum overnight stay.
Changes to reservations may not be permitted unless approved by the hotel.

pet policy No pets allowed

Customer ratings and reviews

TripAdvisor traveler rating | Vacation Packages Caribbean, Mexico and Hawaii - All Inclusive Resorts (19) 7922 reviews

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    Good hotel but not luxurious

    I stayed at the resort with 5 other people, it was a friends trip to celebrate the end of the semester. We had a wonderful time at the resort, but I would not rate the resort as luxury. I would rate the resort a maximum of 4 stars. The beach is beautiful and incredibly close to the pool, but there is a lack of pool seats. The food is out of this world good after a while you start to get tired of it. I had expected more variety, but it was repeated. the food you would see for lunch, you would see again for dinner, which is pretty disappointing. Not bad, since the resort is advertised as luxurious, you have certain expectations. The expectations were not met. But the drinks are good because they don't mix well, are too strong, and are ultimately undrinkable unless you get a soda with them. However, most people prefer a strong drink. People are very nice, but there are not enough workers. There wasn't much to do during the day, it's the same water gym every day. But the staff make up for it and make it enjoyable, especially Sandy and Silvana, they made our time so fun and enjoyable at the resort needs more people like them. For you. No one asks if you need anything, no one asks if you need water, food, etc. At dinner my friends and I noticed this the most as we had to pour our own drinks and wait forever for silverware. there was a lack of attention towards us and it left us very unhappy. Finally the rooms are old and definitely need a makeover, we had a normal room but the wifi didn't work for ONE DAY. We asked for a room change and they didn't give it to us, we were told to come back several times but nothing was done. They told us it would be fixed but still nothing was done to fix the problem. We received no compensation for this and had to stay in the sports bar for hours to contact our family back home as there was no connection in our rooms.

    23. maj 2023

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    Beautiful beach

    Traveled from Toronto 4-12. May 2023 with Air Transat, the flight was on time and arrived ahead of schedule. Having been there 8 years ago before the renovation, I was excited to take my husband there for the first time and see if it was still as good. We have just arrived at the resort after a very quick 45 minute bus ride. beautiful scenery, sit on the left side of the bus, we were told that our rooms were not ready. We keep coming back every 30 minutes. and finally at 4:30 they said they were ready. We were in building 7 just next to the main lobby, the rooms were very old and had a lot of problems, the fridge was broken, the safe was not working well, the air conditioning was perfect, the maid had to be constantly updated about towels, water, beer in the fridge, this should never happen. We also had to remind the housekeeping staff to clean the rooms well before 4:30 because then we would return to our room refreshed and refreshed. The week has been very hot, the hottest I have ever experienced, but beautiful, it only rained late one night. We loved the new renovations, very beautiful, lots of food and many options, the beach as always one of the best beaches I have seen, the water is turquoise blue and lots of coral reefs for snorkeling. We liked this. Good for walking every morning. My only complaint really was because it was so busy it took too long to get a coffee in the morning and a drink. But if it wasn't so busy with so many children, it would be many of the staff who are the nicest people. Not our maid. When we returned at At 11, the plane that came to pick us up had landed, so our flight was canceled and we were told that we would be leaving the next day at 5:30 p.m. and stop in Montreal to drop off passengers and then fly to Toronto. But Air Transat was kind enough to give us $200 vouchers to fly with them again. They sent us back to El Portillo and we had to check in again but they gave us one of the renovated rooms in building 27 it was lovely 2 sinks king bed full length mirror it was heaven the bed was so comfortable We wanted this place for the whole week. A shout out to the Air Transat crew who made our journey home so comfortable and treated us to sandwiches. Crystal was great to talk to from Montreal to Toronto, she made our flight home so much better. Air Transat couldn't help but hit the bird and they did their best to accommodate 150 people and I will be sure to fly with them again. Thanks for a great stay at El Portillo, just try to make the rooms bigger and make sure the staff replenish towels, water and beer, it's important and necessary in such a hot country.

    14. maj 2023

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    Beautiful sunrise! Good time!

    I have just returned from a lovely holiday. 4/22-29 Approximately 45 minutes from the airport. The check box in was great. The beach was great, snorkeling right there. The food was average at the buffet, nothing special. The Italian Ala Carte was AMAZING. Pool: needs to be cleaned better. Two many people as it is the only one near Beach & Fun, food too! However, there is a "quiet pool" in buildings 22 and 27. With a small bar. They were fantastic. Sandy with the entertainment team was the best! Great dancer very funny and very interactive with the guests. 10 stars there! 🌟 Negative part of the holiday. The service was terrible and don't get me wrong when I say terrible. The servers were good there, it just wasn't enough. Not enough buffet servers, around the pool, lobby, beach! The pool bar didn't work, you literally had to get out and go to the front! 100% there are not enough palapas around the pool or on the beach. And if I could get a shady spot, I was up and in the chairs at 545-6 in the morning with coffee and a book. And you MUST stay with your things and chairs until at least m. or security will take all your belongings to the reception. Overall it was a well maintained complex that just needed some minor changes/improvements. Any questions feel free to ask and remember this was my experience, others may have a difference of opinion. 😉

    4 maj 2023

  • | Vacation Packages Caribbean, Mexico and Hawaii - All Inclusive Resorts (23)

    Welcome relief!

    We had so many issues unrelated to our overall trip, it was a relief that the hotel itself provided such good service. There are two main buffet restaurants with at least two additional small snack areas. We didn't go a la carte. The food was so amazing and so many options. The rose was by far the best wine and the bartenders kept our glasses full :) For our first few days we hid in the "relaxation" pool because it was right outside our rooms and not busy at all. The main pool was pretty crowded but on the last day they had a bubble and dance party. The kids loved it! Pools close at 6. There was a kids splash with slides, our 9 year old wasn't too keen on going but we had at least an hour to spare before they got bored. There are at least 4 shops on site. Most of the souvenirs were good value for money, but the toiletries were very expensive. Free beer, soda and water in the mini fridge. The rooms were well kept and clean. Only downside: the place is very big. Although it is so easy to get to 20,000 steps, it is very difficult to build a relationship with the staff. With the exception of the front desk, we had a hard time finding anyone who spoke English. Although some of the staff used Google Translate to help with communication. We had an incident with the place that sold the pool toys. Staff refused to refund a defective toy even after the replacement was also found to be defective. The hotel manager intervened to make amends. Even with the drawbacks, all the staff were very friendly and helpful. We would definitely go again.

    4 maj 2023

  • | Vacation Packages Caribbean, Mexico and Hawaii - All Inclusive Resorts (24)

    Fantastic 2 week holiday

    This was our third visit to this hotel but the first of the renovations done while they were closed for Covid. The buffet restaurant is much lighter and brighter with plenty of outdoor seating. The expanded pool and sports bar area is a big improvement. As a returning Silver Rewards guest, they accommodated our request for a ground floor room in Building 5. The rooms are clean and nice, but in need of an update. It was very easy to register online and reserve restaurants in advance. The beach was beautiful as always, but it is hard to find personal space as it is so crowded. It is evident that some visitors leave their belongings to hold chairs in the middle of the night, as all the palapas are gone before 10am. This puts the hotel in the difficult position of trying to enforce the rules of not reserving chairs. Strong security suggestion to conduct a review and remove items at 06.00, as no one should reserve seats in the dark. The hotel has tried to solve this problem with plenty of chairs and the beach staff will find and move the chairs to your chosen spot, but finding shade is challenging. We enjoyed the a la carte restaurants: Italian, Brazilian, Mediterranean and gourmet. The buffet had many options and was quite good. The staff are always pleasant and helpful and throughout our 2 week stay would remember our preferences as soon as we sat down. We were disappointed with the evening entertainment, very repetitive. On previous visits they had artists playing for over 1 hour. For some reason the singers did a set and that was it. The entertainment staff was very good but it was the same every night. This hotel is a solid 4 star.

    01 maj 2023

*Prices per person based on double occupancy, including round-trip flights via certified US airlines. (unless otherwise noted), hotel and baggage handling charges, fuel surcharges and all US and foreign withholding taxes. Round-trip airport/hotel transfers are included in Mexico (except Loreto), Central America and many Caribbean islands. Only passenger transport by air is not included. Prices are only valid for new bookings and in some cases prices may be specific to one of several flights on selected departure days. All packages are based on the lowest available hotel/airline service categories at the time of publication, are capacity controlled, subject to availability and are subject to change without notice. Offer prices may only be available for a limited time. Restrictions and blackout dates may apply. Carry-on and checked baggage fees may apply.see Baggage Policies. Certain resort fees, environmental charges and departure taxes are not included and may be paid at the resort.See frequently asked questionsFor more information. Apple Vacations is not responsible for any errors or omissions. Reservations are subject to current. All Allegiant Air Public Charter Flights: PC 20-070/PC 21-043; Fast Air: PC 21-056; Long live Aerobus: PC 20-081; Volaris: PC 20-099 is managed by ALG Vacations Corp. Apple Vacations Materials (including, but not limited to, names, trademarks, service marks, logos, marketing materials, etc.) may not be used, reproduced, transmitted or distributed in any manner except with the express written permission of Apple Vacations. CST2139014-20. This information is current as of 3 June 2021.

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FAQs | Vacation Packages Caribbean, Mexico and Hawaii - All Inclusive Resorts? ›

Apple Leisure Group Vacations (ALGV) is a collection of vacations brands including Apple Vacations, Travel Impressions, Cheap Caribbean, Funjet Vacations, Southwest Vacations, Blue Sky Tours, BeachBound, and United Vacations.

Are cheap caribbean and apple vacations the same company? ›

Apple Leisure Group Vacations (ALGV) is a collection of vacations brands including Apple Vacations, Travel Impressions, Cheap Caribbean, Funjet Vacations, Southwest Vacations, Blue Sky Tours, BeachBound, and United Vacations.

What is the cheapest month for all-inclusive Vacations in Mexico? ›

Book In November And October As It's Much Cheaper

Reader's Digest says that booking an all-inclusive resort during the months of November and October is going to be much cheaper. This is because this is the "off-season."

What is the average price of an all-inclusive vacation? ›

All inclusive prices vary by resort and location, however the average price for an all-inclusive vacation ranges from $200 to $600/day (remember this usually includes airfare). There are cheaper all inclusive resorts out there, but their quality can reflect the lower price point.

What is included in Apple Vacations? ›

More than just a room and a great price, we are pleased to offer Exclusive Perks and Resort Added Values at many hotels. Take advantage of a variety of added values such as a complimentary upgrade to nonstop transfers, complimentary tours, room upgrades, golf discounts, free weddings, and more!

Do travel agents get better deals on all-inclusive resorts? ›

Travel agents are a great way to get inside discounts and many specialize in all-inclusive resorts. Besides, most agents develop a relationship with these resorts and clients over time. This provides extra peace of mind, knowing that you have someone to call if there are any travel mishaps.

What time of year is best for all inclusive vacations? ›

Fall is the best season for an all-inclusive vacation, when rooms are often significantly cheaper. Off-site activities, usually limited to a certain number of people, also tend to fill up fast during the high seasons. Seasonal price drops on airfare – on both domestic and international airfares – start in August.

What is the best day to check into an all inclusive resort? ›

Ideal Check-In Day

Consider the start date of your vacation if you want to save some extra cash on your trip. In general, Sunday is the least expensive day of the week to begin your stay at a hotel. In fact, settling in on a Sunday can save travelers up to 19% on overall room rates, compared to mid-week check-ins.

How many pesos should I take to Mexico for a week at all inclusive? ›

If you're staying at an all inclusive resort, you will only need about 100 pesos per day per person for tips (I'd say this is minimum). If you're staying at a hotel in Puerto Vallarta, for example, and eating out for each meal and throwing in a couple happy hours, you might want to budget 500 pesos per person.

What time of year is the most expensive to go to Mexico? ›

A: December and January tend to be the most expensive times to visit. Although Mexico City isn't as hot as some other cities in the country, it's still warmer than a lot of places in the world in the winter—making it an ideal getaway.

What is the best time of year to go to Mexico all inclusive? ›

The best time to visit Mexico is during the dry season between December and April, when there is virtually no rain. The coolest months are between December and February, although temperatures can still reach averages of 82°F during the dry season. The wet season begins in the south in May and lasts until October.

How much extra money should I bring to an all-inclusive resort? ›

How Much Do You Tip at All-Inclusive Resorts? For a one-week stay at an all-inclusive resort, a couple should budget to spend about $150 US (or the local currency equivalent) total in tips. This means that you should bring about $20 in small bills with you to spend on tips throughout the day.

Should I bring money to an all-inclusive resort? ›

Credit cards are gold around these parts but it's still a good idea to bring cash along when you travel, even on an all-inclusive vacation. While you won't be paying for meals or drinks, it's a good idea to make friends with your bartender at the beginning of the trip by leaving a tip up front.

Is it worth it to get all-inclusive hotel? ›

Yes, all-inclusives are worth it for travelers who just want to relax on their honeymoon or vacation. When you stay at an all-inclusive resort, all meals and beverages are usually already paid for, as are many onsite activities.

What's the difference between red and gold apples on Apple Vacations? ›

Red apples are the rating designated by Apple vacations to indicate quality of the hotel. Ratings are given based upon a multitude of factors: hotel services offered, quality of the beach, quality of the food, room quality, etc. Golden apples are ratings given by you, the travelers.

What months are best to go to Cancun? ›

The best time to visit Cancún is from December to April during the peak season. Even though the crowds are heavier, you'll experience near-perfect weather and find some of the cheapest flight and room rates for a winter getaway at the beach.

How far out can you book on Apple Vacations? ›

You must select a date that is more than 47 days prior to departure.

Is it better to use a travel agent or do it yourself? ›

However, using a travel agent still has some unique benefits. Travel agents can find you exclusive fares, offer specialist expertise, and help you plan and coordinate your trip. Even today, many people seek them out for a more personalized travel experience.

Is it cheaper to book online or through a travel agent? ›

Contrary to popular belief, booking through a travel agent won't necessarily cost you more than booking online. While some travel agents charge a nominal fee for planning your trip, many agencies don't charge anything extra, instead earning commission off the airline, hotel, or tour they book for you.

Why use a travel agent instead of booking online? ›

Why use a travel agent instead of booking online? Simply put, you'll have a better trip, without the stress of planning your trip alone. A travel agent can accommodate your interests, budget and time frame with their wealth of knowledge and expertise to make sure that you get the most out of your trip.

How far out should you book an all-inclusive vacation? ›

Early or late: Either book very early (nine months or more in advance, especially if you want to stay during peak seasons like Christmas and New Year's) or take a chance on last-minute deals. Buyer Beware: Beware of deals too good to be true, particularly last minute sales.

What day of the week are vacations cheapest? ›

Tuesdays may not be favorable for booking, but if you're hoping to score major savings, booking your departure on a Tuesday or Wednesday is a surefire way to do so. Mid-week flights offer the best deal prices in comparison to flights departing the rest of the week.

Do you top at an all inclusive resort? ›

While tipping may not be required at some all-inclusive resorts, many guests prefer to do so. In the event that you would like to tip staff during your all-inclusive vacation, it is important to find out in advance whether staff would even be allowed to accept those tips.

Is it better to book all-inclusive early or last-minute? ›

If you are completely set on a particular destination or hotel, it's probably best to book well ahead of time and get an early-bird discount. Last-minute deals can come up anywhere, anytime and sometimes it's not the destination that you would naturally gravitate toward or one have even considered as an option.

How much do you tip for all-inclusive in Mexico? ›

To show your appreciation for the meal, tip your server around 15%. Raise that up to 20% if you were wowed. Note that some establishments automatically charge a service fee, so keep an eye out so that you don't tip twice.

Can you eat all day at all-inclusive? ›

Staying at an all-inclusive resort means having 24/7 access to unlimited food and drinks. While drinking cocktails is a nice way to unwind, it's suggested not to drink it every day.

Is it better to use cash or credit card in Mexico? ›

Paying with a credit card will give you the best exchange rate. Most restaurants, hotels and stores accept credit cards in Mexico.

Should I carry my passport with me while in Mexico? ›

Mexican immigration authorities could ask you to present both your passport and entry permit at any point and may detain you while they review your immigration status if you are not carrying your passport and proof of legal status in Mexico, or if you have overstayed your authorized stay.

How much is $100 US dollars in Mexico? ›

Are you overpaying your bank?
Conversion rates US Dollar / Mexican Peso
100 USD1759.44000 MXN
250 USD4398.60000 MXN
500 USD8797.20000 MXN
1000 USD17594.40000 MXN
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How much does an average trip to Hawaii cost? ›

What is the average cost for a trip to Hawaii? The average per-person cost for a Hawaii vacation is about $4000 for a one-week trip. This includes $1000 for flights, $2000 for accommodation, $550 for meals, $250 for a rental car, and $300 for tours and activities.

What's the cheapest month to go to Mexico? ›

The Cheapest Time to Visit Mexico

The months between July and October generally tend to be when you can score cheap accommodation prices, as low season means rates can drop as much as 40 percent. September is considered one of the cheapest months to fly to the coastal areas and major cities in the south.

How much is a trip to Hawaii? ›

The average price of a 7-day trip to Hawaii is $2,023 for a solo traveler, $2,986 for a couple, and $4,371 for a family of 4. Hawaii hotels range from $96 to $433 per night with an average of $177, while most vacation rentals will cost $270 to $810 per night for the entire home.

What days of the week are best to travel to Mexico? ›

Tips to find the best deals available every time you shop. Cheapest Days to Fly: The cheapest days to fly Mexico destinations are often Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday but this can vary; be sure to check the FareCompare Flexible Search Calendar to see the best days to fly for your trip.

What month is rainy in Mexico? ›

Mean annual mean temperature for Mexico is 20.6°C, with average monthly temperatures ranging between 15°C (January) and 25°C (June). Mean annual precipitation is 725 mm, with steady rainfall occurring throughout the year, but occurring mostly from June to October.

How many hours in advance should I show up when traveling to Mexico? ›

When you're traveling outside of the United States, we make the suggestion to arrive at least 3 hours prior to your departure.

How many clothes to pack for 7 days? ›

2. Do the clothing countdown: If you need a mantra to help streamline your wardrobe, use the 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 rule for a weeklong trip: Limit yourself to no more than five sets of socks and underwear, four tops, three bottoms, two pairs of shoes and one hat. The list should be adjusted to suit your needs.

Do you pay per person with an all-inclusive hotel? ›

o The cost you will pay per night includes all of your food and beverage for all meals and snacks. You can choose from 6 restaurants at the resort, some more formal and some buffet-style. Does every person pay to stay? o Yes, there is a cost for every person who stays.

Do I need to bring a beach towel to an all inclusive resort? ›

If an all inclusive is the destination for a traveler then leave the towels behind. No need to bring a towel as maids full restock the room towels daily. Also you don't need to bring one on the beach or pool either. Resorts provide clients with a towel key which allows the traveler to get as fresh towels as desired.

Do you have to pay for dinner at all-inclusive resorts? ›

An all-inclusive vacation is a vacation that includes all the essentials in the booking price. Besides accommodation, you can expect food, drinks, activities, and entertainment to be included, without having to pay extra for it.

How to save money on all-inclusive? ›

Tips To Save On All-Inclusive Resorts
  1. Use A Travel Agent or Booking Site.
  2. Investigate Off Season Travel.
  3. Use Regional Airlines Whenever Possible.
  4. Bring All the Essentials!
  5. Take Advantage of Children's or Family Programs at Resorts.
  6. Plan Your Own Tours.
  7. Don't Over-Extend Yourself or Others.
  8. Read The Fine Print Very Carefully.
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Do you tip at Secrets all-inclusive resorts? ›

Although the Secrets resorts list taxes and gratuities as being included in the cost of the all-inclusive package it is highly recommended to tip the staff throughout your stay. Typically we bring a few hundred dollars if we are staying for a week and tip the staff for meals, drinks, and generally good service.

Can you eat all you want at all-inclusive resorts? ›

Yes. All all-inclusive resorts include meals and beverages, including alcoholic beverages. Some include 24-hour snacks and 24-hour liquor as well. However, some resorts may charge an additional fee for fine cuts of meat (e.g., filet mignon) and lobster — but choosing those items is totally up to you.

What does ultimate all-inclusive mean? ›

If you go on an all-inclusive vacation, it means your stay, unlimited food, drinks, activities and entertainment are included in the booking price of the resort – without any surprise costs. Depending on the location you choose, you can basically leave your wallet at home. Everything has been paid for in advance.

How long do you stay at an all inclusive resort? ›

Most all inclusive packages range from 4 to 7 days and include warm weather, so my biggest advice is to pack carry-on only. This will save you SO much time and hassle. It's also an added bonus when you're the first in line for your resort shuttle.

Who is Apple Vacations owned by? ›

Apple Vacations is part of Apple Leisure Group, the nation's only hospitality company possessing a vertically integrated business model, enabling us to deliver exceptional value and inspired luxury to discerning travelers.

Are all the travel sites owned by the same company? ›

So are there any independent online travel brands left? Well, of course there are,,,, and Yeah, those are all owned by The Priceline Group—which, for good measure, also owns the restaurant-reservation service OpenTable.

Who competes with Apple Vacations? ›

7 Best Travel Sites for All-Inclusive Vacations
  • Apple Vacations.
  • Cheap Caribbean.
  • Tripadvisor.
  • Travelzoo.
  • Orbitz.
  • Liberty Travel.
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Who is the owner of Apple Leisure Group? ›

Is vacation ownership a timeshare? ›

Vacation ownership is a term referring to owning a timeshare. It's usually a deeded ownership (like a house) where you are purchasing a period of time where you can stay at your favorite resort.

How many days of vacation does Apple have? ›

Apple provides 12 days of PTO per year to newly hired employees.

What is the world's largest vacation ownership company? ›

Wyndham Destinations, headquartered in Orlando, Florida, is the largest vacation ownership program in the world.

What is the best online travel company? ›

The top 10 online travel agencies
  • Agoda.
  • Expedia.
  • Hotwire.
  • Bookmundi.
  • Skyscanner.
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What is the most used travel website? ›

Top Online Travel Agencies
  1. is one of the largest and most popular travel websites in the world, with over 1.5 million nights booked every day. ...
  2. Expedia. ...
  3. Airbnb. ...
  4. Hostelworld. ...
  5. Agoda. ...
  6. Vrbo. ...
  7. Hotelbeds. ...

How do I know if a travel company is legitimate? ›

Check out the Better Business Bureau site to see if your travel agency is listed. If it is, the BBB will give it a letter grade.

Who is the strongest competitor of Apple? ›

Top Apple Alternatives
  • Google.
  • Microsoft.
  • IBM.
  • Salesforce.
  • Oracle.
  • Red Hat.
  • SAP.

Who is the biggest competitor of Apple? ›

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (SMSN)

As of 2019, Samsung had approximately twice the number of employees as its US rival, 320,000 compared to 137,000, which means it has the capacity to cope with a shift in consumer appetite away from iOS and towards Android operating systems.

Are gold or red apples better on Apple Vacations? ›

Apple Vacations uses a rating system based upon apples. The minimum Apple rating is a 2 red apple and the highest rating is a 6 golden apple. Red apples are the rating designated by Apple vacations to indicate quality of the hotel.

Who is the owner of Secrets resorts? ›

Chicago-based hotel company Hyatt will acquire Apple Leisure Group's resort management company, AMResorts, which expects to have more than 33,000 rooms at 102 hotels by the end of the year, under brands including Secrets, Dreams, Breathless and Zoetry.

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Unlimited Vacation Club® | Apple Leisure Group.

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About AMResorts

AMResorts collectively provides sales, marketing and brand management services to six individually unique resort brands including Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts, Secrets, Breathless, Dreams, Now and Sunscape Resorts & Spas.


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