My wife and I booked a trip to Los Cabos in 2016 and we will be booking a trip to Cancun for June 2019 with BookVIP. I read the fine print (conditions) and knew what to expect.
If you book a $599 all inclusive trip for two, there certainly is a catch. You must attend a time share presentation. Do you really think BookVIP offers these low packages out of the kindness of their heart? We had a wonderful time, didn't purchase but returned this year to another Villa Group resort and purchased an even year package.
I have read many negative reviews and one thing is obvious, Those writing the reviews didn't read/understand the written terms and conditions. You must be married in most instances, you must have a major credit card in YOUR OWN name, you must meet age and income requirements, you must attend the presentation. There are other fees involved that are listed under the conditions tab. I will be paying $19.95 gratuity fee for each night.
You must have valid ID. You must speak English or Spanish in other countries. You must book in advance, especially during the holiday season. We also check the reviews (independently) of any resort that we consider and make our decision based on those reviews.
Hotels and resorts offer discounted packages in order to sell time shares and BookVIP advertises these properties. No doubt there are legitimate concerns but the majority of the negative reviews are not legitimate in my opinion.
Product or Service Mentioned: Bookvip Vacation Package Booking.
Reason of review: Good quality.
I liked: Great prices and destinations, Pretty easy to use, Prices, Vacation spots, Services.
I didn't like: Attending a time share presentation.