Though home is where the heart is, only on vacation do humans find their thrill kidneys and adventure glands. Complete your pan-global personhood with today's Groupon: for $399, you get a seven-night resort stay at one of World Resorts International's 500-plus U.S., Canadian, or Mexican destinations. Available inventory varies and is updated regularly. Though an average seven-night stay at a WRI vacation rental falls in the $1,500 range, this Groupon can be redeemed for a stay at any available property in the United States, Canada, or Mexico without any additional charge. Purchasers do not need WRI memberships and will not hear any sales pitches about timeshare rentals.
World Resorts International's vacation destinations are strewn across the continent, each offering its own distinct flavors of sunset vistas, local cuisine, and luxurious amenities. WRI's resort menu runs the gamut from Hawaii's paradise to Mexico's pristine white-sand beaches to Vermont's unfathomable maple-syrup grottos. Frolic among the fronds of Kauai Island while staying at the Wyndham Bali Hai Villas (a $1,399 average value for 2 bedrooms) or set skis swooshing from a base camp at Royal Aloha Tahoe (an $899 average value for 2 bedrooms). Mexican destinations include the beachside Inn at Mazatlan, located in a richly historic city named for one of Mexico's 13 man-made wonders (a $1,099 average value for 2 bedrooms). Typical WRI properties house about four guests but do not charge extra if any number of guests stay on properties of any size. All taxes, gratuities, and fees are covered with the cost of the Groupon for stays in the continental United States; additional taxes may apply in Mexico and Hawaii. . Room reservations can be made starting 60 days from the travel date, and must be reserved before the Groupon expiration.
Besides brokering exclusive accommodations, World Resorts International ponies up other travel simplifiers for members (not included in this Groupon) such as rental-car specials, concierge services, and memory-storing fanny packs.