Moving on, they have rooms available at the infamous Cotton House on the "private" island of Mustique, starting from $385 per night. Alright, that's a pretty good deal, but don't forget that there'll be pricey airfare coming out of your pocket to even get there. We went through the booking process, and tried for a Friday night in November. It's like purchasing an item of clothing: the subtotal is $385, taxes and fees are $39, bringing the total to $424. You have ten minutes to decide. That's it; no complex travel forms to fill out, but then you'd have already registered to be a member. Just like Gilt.com, Jetsetter.com is available to members only.
But if you know someone who already shops Gilt.com (as do we), then getting in is relatively simple; they have an invite link. We'll hold off on judging them too harshly until they have a few weeks of travel deal offers under their belt, but right now our main concern is if we book a hotel room at a five-star property from a sample sale site, will the hotel stick us down by the furnace room?
· Jetsetter/Gilt Invite [Jetsetter (avail only to members)]
· Are Vacation Sample Sales In Our Future? Gilt.com Hints At New Site [Jaunted]
· Travel Deals Coverage [Jaunted]