Marriott ExecuStay Now Offers Travel Agent Commissions
Thursday 1, April 2010
Marriott ExecuStayÂ® (http://www.ExecuStay.com), a leader in temporary housing, corporate housing and furnished apartments, is now offering at all locations 10 percent commissionable rates to travel agents up to the first 29 nights of stay. With this announcement Marriott ExecuStay joins Marriott Internationalâ€™s entire portfolio of extended-stay brands in offering commissions to travel agents.
Giving travel agents an even greater opportunity to provide the right solution for their customers, ExecuStay has more than 700 furnished apartment locations. The brand targets business travelers, government employees and those relocating with stays of 30 days or more, giving customers more space and privacy in a residential location. Additionally, travel agents can offer their clients the opportunity to earn Marriott Rewards® points, just as they do with all other Marriott brands.
Based on a 2009 average rates, travel agents can expect to see a commission of $300 - $400 per 30+ night stay. Processing commissions for ExecuStay is the same as with other Marriott brands, with benefits including:
Payment in 15 currencies
Weekly consolidated payments
Electronic statements and payments
Ability to check payment status online
Book Marriott ExecuStay using brand code EE or Marriott chain code EM. Learn more about Marriott’s Centralized Travel Agent Commissions program.
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