Auto Europe Provides Free Rental with Villa Reservation

Luxury Retreats, a provider of luxury rental villas, has announced a new promotion with partner Auto Europe, a provider of international car rental services.

During the month of March, Luxury Retreats guests will be provided a complimentary premium sedan rental for their 2017 European vacation or a complimentary SUV rental for their 2017 U.S., Mexico, Caribbean, or Hawaiian vacation when booking select villas.

Provided by Auto Europe, the complimentary premium sedan includes vehicles such as the Mercedes Benz C-Class, Mercedes Benz B-Class, Audi A4, and Audi A3.

Auto Europe will provide an intermediate-sized SUV for villas booked in the U.S., Mexico, the Caribbean, and Hawaii — with the exception of an intermediate sedan model in St. Martin, Turks and Caicos, St. John, Virgin Gorda, and Grenada, according to the company.

"Our goal is always to provide a frictionless environment for our customers, and the partnership with Auto Europe will allow our guests to enjoy their vacation with the utmost convenience and luxury," said Joe Poulin, CEO and founder of Luxury Retreats. "By providing our guests with an optional delivery of the car to their villa, they are free to focus entirely on their getaway experience."

The promotion is included with select villas priced over $1,000 a night and booked for a minimum of seven nights with a maximum stay of 30 nights, according to the company.

The reservations need to be made before March 31 and for arrival before Dec. 31. Travelers will enter promo code EPC317 for European destinations and promo code SUV417 for U.S., Mexico, Caribbean, or Hawaiian destinations.

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