Luxury Retreats and Auto Europe Offer Complimentary Car Rentals

Luxury Retreats is offering guests booking 2017 European vacation during the month of March a complimentary premium sedan rental for select Europe destinations and SUV rental for select U.S., Mexico, Caribbean and Hawaiian destinations. The rentals are made possible through an exclusive partnership with Auto Europe.

The rental provided by Auto Europe will have an automatic transmission as opposed to Europe's more standard manual transmission, and could include such luxury vehicles as the Mercedes Benz C-Class, Mercedes Benz B-Class, Audi A4, and Audi A3, among others. Additionally, a complimentary intermediate-sized automatic SUV is offered for villas in the U.S., Mexico, the Caribbean and Hawaii with the exception of an intermediate sedan model in St. Martin, Turks & Caicos, St. John, Virgin Gorda and Grenada.

The promotion is included with select villas priced over $1,000 per night and booked for a minimum of seven nights, with a maximum stay of 30 nights, before March 31st and for arrival before December 31st, 2017. Travelers will enter promo code EPC317 for European destinations and promo code SUV417 for U.S., Mexican, Caribbean or Hawaiian destinations at the time of booking to trigger the benefit.  

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Luxury Retreats, which was recently acquired by AirBnb, has over 3,000 homes in its portfolio, and provides 24Seven concierge service as well as dedicated villa specialists to help guests find the villa best suited for their needs. Note: Luxury Retreats does not charge membership fees. 

Auto Europe has over 60 years of experience as a reputable car rental company, as well as a global presence in the 95 locations in the Luxury Retreats portfolio.

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