Black Friday deals are on everyone’s radar. Someone on your list already has every coffee mug, gadget, and cheese tray you can find at the mall. So why not give something totally unique? Give someone a vacation!
Gift for the Grands
Grandparents want to relax with their grandchildren. Give a vacation gift set up just right for them. Stuff Grandma’s stocking with a photo of this vacation home on the beach in Maui. The Sea Shells beach house on Ka`anapali Beach is perfect for spending time with the youngest generation. The home is large enough to accommodate all three generations. It has King and Queen suites and 5 bathrooms. Send the kids to play with Grandma while Dad and Grandpa hit the golf course. Plenty of all-inclusive amenities are available by request, including personal shoppers for groceries and private chefs. This is a turn-key vacation that your parents will enjoy much more than a tea set.
Gift for the College Student
Students start planning spring break the second they return from the winter break. Give your grade maker a condo in Cancun. This beach front studio is perfect for a student traveling alone or with friends. It includes resort luxuries like maid service, pool, and private balcony. The famous white sand beach and Cancun night life are all right outside the door. This condo is truly in a perfect location for a spring break vacation. It’s also a vacation rental you can feel good about with 24 hour security and staff.
Gift for your Spouse
Take a second honeymoon to a cozy romantic cottage in Wales. What better way to celebrate your love than in a rose garden in the countryside? This stone cottage will conjure images of Bronte novels. It’s the perfect setting to begin a new chapter of your long long romance. Head to plenty of fairytale attractions like the numerous castles that are all very nearby. If you’re feeling particularly artsy and emotive, head to Tintern Abbey and check out what Wordsworth’s famous poem. Country pub dining is walkable from the cottage if you’d like to finish you evenings with traditional Welsh and English fare.