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British Airways Holidays has just launched a new offer letting you save up to £200 off your next Caribbean holiday booking.

The offer is in conjunction with the AMR Collection, which owns all-inclusive brands such as Zoetry and Dreams Resorts. The collection was acquired by Hyatt earlier this year.

Sunscape Akumal Beach Resort & Spa
Sunscape Akumal Beach Resort & Spa

What are the different AMR Collection brands?

AMR Collection is a small group of hotels and resorts from seven different brands, with a particular focus on the Caribbean and Latin America.

Four brands are taking part in the offer:

  • Dreams Resorts and Spa for luxury family holidays
  • Breathless Resorts and Spa, an adults only brand with a focus on daytime and nighttime activities
  • Zoetry Wellness and Spa resorts, which place a greater emphasis on relaxing and rejuvenating holidays and have a more eco-friendly approach.
  • Sunscape Resorts and Spa with even more family-focussed all-inclusive holidays.
  • Secrets Resorts and Spas for all-inclusive luxury
Secrets The Vine Cancun
Secrets The Vine Cancun

Where can I go?

There are over 100 AMR Collection resorts worldwide, with the majority in the Caribbean. Here are a couple of examples of where you can go:

  • Secrets The Vine Cancun – 7 nights from £1,499 per person based on two adults sharing a room and economy / World Traveller flights. This is an adults-only all-inclusive resort with 24 hour room service just 10 miles from Cancun airport and within the Yucatán Peninsula.
  • Sunscape Akumal Beach Resort & Spa – 7 nights from £949 per person based on two adults sharing a room and economy / World Traveller flights to Cancun. This is a 4* family-friendly resort on the Riviera Maya with Tulum just 15 minutes away.

Other properties include:

  • Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa
  • Dreams Aventuras Riviera Maya
  • Breathless Cancun Soul Secrets Royal Beach
  • Dreams Dominicus La Romana
  • Zoetry Agua Punta Cana

How much can I save?

The savings are tiered, based on the length of your stay.

  • Save £100 per booking on 7-9 night stays 
  • Save £150 per booking on 10-13 night stays 
  • Save £200 per booking on 14+ night stays 

The offer is valid at any AMR Collection hotel in Jamaica, Cancun and the Dominican Republic, with travel until 30th June 2023, and is based on two adults travelling.

The offer is only valid for one week and you must book on the British Airways Holidays site before 4th July.

Don’t forget about all the other British Airways Holidays benefits

The other usual British Airways Holidays benefits apply – including double tier points if you travel before the end of October – all of which add up to an impressive deal:

  • booking a ‘Flight and Hotel’ or ‘Flight and Car’ package can be cheaper than booking a flight on its own, since British Airways will often use BA Holidays as a way of quietly selling seats without cutting its headline flight prices
  • you earn an additional 1 Avios per £1 for every £1 you spend at British Airways Holidays
  • if you book a ‘flight and hotel’ or ‘flight and car’ package for at least five nights, and travel by 31st October 2022, you will receive double BA tier points on your flights – you can find out more on the BA Holidays website here
  • you only need to pay a deposit now – which can be as low as £60 per person – with the balance not due until seven weeks before departure

You can book and find the promotion details on the British Airways website here – don’t forget the offer ends on Monday 4th July.

Comments (16)

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  • Gordon says:

    Booked secrets cap Cana resort and spa AI for Sept 2022 last year before everyone started getting on the bandwagon raising costs, The £200 off is not even going to touch the sides after their tax rises, I looked at the updated costs of secrets and it’s roughly £1,500 more for the 2 weeks I have booked. And that is the standard rooms not the preferred club rooms I have booked.
    Yes Hyatt acquired the Apple leisure groups inc AMR collection for 2.7 Billion Dollars and also some debt. So they are the biggest AI property company in the world now apparently….

  • Bobby says:

    Be prepared to get to know your neighbours at Secrets The Vine. Only a couple of metal bars separates the balconies.

    • Gordon says:

      We stayed in Hyatt Ziva at the end of the strip on one holiday in cancun and Hyatt ziva riviera on our second in December 2021. I did not like the reviews of Secrets the vine….

  • T says:

    Economy World traveller? Surely it is World traveller?

    • ChrisC says:

      Never underestimate the number of people who have no idea that World Traveller is economy.

      • T says:

        Probably BA tempering the expectations by doubling up on the economy aspect!!!

    • Rhys says:

      BA’s nomenclature isn’t always the most obvious!

    • The Savage Squirrel says:

      Yep, it’s fair enough given BA’s stupid naming system.

      I mean what does Club World even mean? To anyone not familiar, it sounds like Club Med but with more geographic choice … so not exactly premium. Maybe that’s more expectation management 😀

  • Liam J says:

    The article states 4 brands (not listing Secrets) are included in the offer, then shows an example using Secrets brand and later states all AM Resorts brands are included – which is it?

    I’ve stayed at multiple AMResorts properties over the years and have always had good experiences. On my most recent trip, in late 2019, I think the standards had slipped compared to years gone by.

  • James says:

    Does the double tier points apply both ways if you outbound is by 31st but inbound after that date? Thanks

  • Andrew says:

    With the opaque nature of flight and holiday pricing I don’t think I’ve ever been tempted to even read the details of a “£200 off a holiday” as I have very little trust it’s a genuine ‘deal’, not least because the sales on their own are often price rises disguised as a price drop. Is it just me?

    Hard cash discount code valid on all bookings might move the needle though..

    • Gordon says:

      I agree, I used to buy tickets when easyJet had their sales for short flights many years ago as I was happy with the prices I saw.
      It’s all changed now, I have not purchased a sale date for many years now. I believe that an advance purchase is the most viable option. Same goes for long term parking at the airport….

  • Catalan says:

    So what does Virgin’s ‘Upper Class’ mean then?

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