Royal Holiday travelers have taken to a number of new and very beautiful seaside resorts, holiday getaways and plenty of old favorites. It was summer after all. And now, at the peak of High Summer, it’s time to start reflecting.
Packing older kids off to university – or back to the chore of high school is enough to make any nostalgic, at least once the immediate pressure is off. Remember when you went back? When you reconnected with old friends? Or picked up hope after hope had left off? That’s what the Fall Travel season is all about.
Fall is a great time to take advantage of low season discounts, smaller (or no) crowds and plenty of access to everything. But it’s also an unexpected time, full of surprises and a far more local experience of whereever you go. This issue of the news is intended to help you see at least one of them. Think October, November, even December – because these are all still relatively high demand locations – a little advance planning will help you to get to at least one.
Have you been to Huatulco? The Crown Pacific is now the Park Royal Huatulco, and beneath that new banner, you’ll know just what to expect. Well, at least inside the resort. Outside, it’s more than just a secluded beach community. This is some of the world’s top surfing territory – and with direct flights from Mexico City, getting there is easy – and well worth the short time it takes.
Of course, Fall is also a time for dreaming. If you haven’t seen all the places you’ve dreamed of yet, here’s some advice on how to get there and get back in one piece.
Perhaps your dreams include one of the following… there are terrific and limited-time opportunities on the Riviera Maya, in Orlando, Buenos Aires and fabulous Aruba. How about a Caribbean cruise that starts at just 5,926 Holiday Credits? Now that’s a dream come true! Could it be yours?
Getting there, and getting back, has never been easier. Of course, Member Services is happy to hear about the quick getaway you’re planning for the fall and perhaps we can even help make it into something a lot more lavish.