Luxury retreats: Japanese luxury magazines offer discounts for their employees

  • September 25, 2021

Luxury magazine brand Luxury and luxury retreat retreats are popular in Japan.

Many of the magazines offer deals to their employees to get them out for a nice day or two.

The resorts are located in places like Nagoya, Hokkaido and Miyazaki, and are often crowded with tourists, but they are also popular with expats looking to relax.

It’s a very Japanese thing to do.

But it’s also a very American thing to offer discounts, particularly if you’re an employee.

So it’s not surprising that a number of luxury resorts and retreats offer discounted rates to their staff to save money, according to a recent article in the Japan Times.

The magazine, Luxury &lifestyle, offers a $500 discount to employees who book a day in the resort, with a $1000 discount if the resort is open 24 hours.

This is a great way to save some cash.

It also makes sense, considering how much money employees at luxury resorts typically earn.

If you’re looking to take a day off, it’s nice to save on hotel and dining costs.

The staff can still get in a car for the trip and take advantage of the discount.

It is, however, important to note that this is only an offer, not a guarantee.

In some cases, the resorts may require employees to make a $150 deposit or a $250 booking fee, which is not a discount.

So if you book a vacation in a resort without a deposit, you may be out of luck.

For more, read: Luxury resort employees save money with $1,000 gift card article Luxor and a couple of other luxury resorts offer an employee discount on a daily basis if they book a room or stay in a hotel in their resort.

This offer is also valid in most hotels, with the exception of one resort in Kyushu, which requires a $300 deposit to book a night.

In addition to the hotel discount, Luxor also offers a 30-day return guarantee, which means the hotel will not charge the difference in fees if the employee returns the hotel for the same or different reasons.

The offer does not apply to overnight stays.

In fact, you can still book the same room for a discounted rate if you leave at the end of the 30-days.

So there’s no need to be overly frugal if you are a luxury resort employee.

Luxor has a full list of discounts and other perks in its resort brochures.

Luxury Resort Magazine is owned by luxury retreat group Luxor, which owns The Japan Times and is based in Nagoya.

For additional coverage of luxury travel, check out: Luxor magazine is not paying a staff member to go on vacation