Resort for a Day Adds Four Destinations to Portfolio


Resort for a Day, which offers custom excursions for cruise passengers with spa visits and more at high-end hotels and resorts, has announced that it is offering four new possible destinations.

According to Resort for a Day, the company announced Wednesday that it had added four new destinations to its portfolio, including Bermuda, Cabo San Lucas and the company’s first-ever resorts in Europe, found in Palma de Mallorca and Malaga, Spain.

With the addition of four destinations, Resort for a Day now offers resort day passes for more than 20 resorts in 16 popular cruise ports of call. The day passes offer passengers more options during shore excursions at popular tourist destinations.

World Travel Holdings business development director, Sean Tolkin, talked about the addition of new destinations for Resort for a Day:

“Offering resort day passes to cruise guests has proven to be very popular, so we are thrilled to bring both our current and new customers exciting new resorts and destinations. We look forward to continuing to expand at popular ports of call including more international destinations.”

In addition to the four destinations announced Wednesday, Resort for a Day already has deals in place with resorts at most major cruise port destinations, including Jamaica, Nassau, San Juan, Freeport, Grand Cayman, Barbados, St. Maarten, Tobago and more.

For those looking to learn more about Resort for a Day and the options available, check out the company’s official website. Travel agents can use the Travel Agent Professionals page for more information about selling the vacation add-ons.