Group Travel Expert
You may have questions about group travel. Below I have listed some of the popular questions that I get asked about group travel.
Is there a minimum amount of rooms that would be needed to be considered a group?
Yes, the number of rooms that would be considered a group can vary from hotels and cruise lines. The minimum amount of rooms to be considered a group from some suppliers is 5. Most cruise lines will require 8 staterooms to be considered a group.
What kind of groups can be formed?
As long as you have enough people to book the required amount of rooms, you can be considered a group. Some examples of group travel can include:
Destination weddings including bachelor/bachelorette parties
School groups including senior trips, dance competitions and band performances
Girls/ guys getaways
Large family/extended family vacations & reunions
Team building retreats
Is there a discount or an incentive to book a group trip?
Yes! Hotels may offer discounted room rates for a group block, cruise lines may off 1 free berth for every set number of staterooms booked or on-board credit per stateroom, and all-inclusive resorts that offer destination weddings may offer a free room credit for every set number of rooms booked.
What's the difference between contracted and non-contracted or flexible group?
While the obvious is true, contracted