What happens when a booked and paid property gets closed before my trip?

What happens when a booked and paid property gets closed before my trip?

In the unlikely event the original accommodation property booked is closed, overbooked or is experiencing an unexpected maintenance problems and/or cannot provide/honor the room(s) booked, we will offer you an alternative accommodation of a similar standard (category, mealplan, location etc) or a full refund. Our clients are protected by our Customer Protection Policy
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