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What is the Club Caribe Points Redemption Program?

Your Club Caribe membership offers you much more than access to luxury accommodations in paradise. You can also use your club points to pay for services and privileges through the points redemption program, enjoying greater flexibility, greater choice and even more refinement.

 Each year, you may use up to 50% of your annual points allocation and 50% of your banked vacation points towards the pre-purchase of products and services at any of the Villa del Palmar resorts in Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, Cabo San Lucas and the Islands of Loréto as well as Garza Blanca Residence Club and Hotel Mousai in Puerto Vallarta.

Steps to Take

Step 1: Make your reservation

Step 2: Select your choice of additional services and amenities

Step 3: Pay as little as 50% cash, and use your club points to pay for those special extras.

In order to use your Club Caribe points to pay for services, you need make your requests at the time of reservation, which Member Services can help you with.  You may also call after you have a reservation and the Pre-Arrival Department can help you use your points to pre-purchase different services.  However, once you are at the resort on vacation, you will not be able to use your points to pay; you must pre-pay with points.  When you make your reservation, you will receive guidance from our agents regarding exactly how many of your points you have available to use towards purchases.

What can you use your points for?

One of the most popular ways to get the most from your club membership is to pay for an all inclusive meal plan with your points.  Additionally, Club Caribe points can be exchanged for various services such as spa treatments, private chef services, floral arrangements in your room, special welcome packages and more. When you make your reservation, ask for the specific inclusions for the resort where you will be staying.

Next time you reserve, don’t forget to ask about the services you can pay for with your points.





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