In this Issue:
- VIP Wellness Stays at All-Inclusives in Mexico
- What is a Travel Designer?
- Posh Stays in North America
- Spas to Love at Sea
- Onsite Review: Bespoke Experiences in Ireland & County Down
- Onsite Review: The Buccaneer, USVI
- Onboard Review: Uniworld’s Joie de Vivre
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Luxury is subjective. For some it’s a lavish penthouse suite at a high-end hotel, for others it’s an immersive cultural experience with VIP perks, and for others it’s the simple things like extra leg room on a flight, better flight access, or an over-the-top charter aircraft.
Whether your roster includes bookworms, music aficionados, or those with an exemplary culinary palette, these posh stays have something to offer all the unique clients you work with.
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We’ve handpicked a few cruise lines whose spas we love. They’ve got sexy settings and delightful treatments your clients will crave while sailing the oceans of the world.
Across the globe wellness has been synonymous with luxury, and these captivaiting stays offer clients pampering experiences, as well as high-end treats your upscale clientele will want to take dive into.
Adams & Butler, a luxury destination management specialist with itineraries in Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England (as well as Africa), shines the spotlight on those unique experiences travelers are seeking out.
Sipping coconut water straight from the source while wading around an infinity pool overlooking the azure waters of the Caribbean Sea, I thought to myself, “this is the life.”
Although hurricanes Irma and Maria did enormous damage in several Leeward Islands, including St. Croix, The Buccaneer came through in unusually good shape.
With its own Viking Heritage Museum and decor that intertwines ancient Viking lore with sleek Scandinavian design, Viking Sky felt like the perfect ship for exploring the Baltic and Scandinavia.
Introduced this spring, Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection’s newest Super Ship is as French as the Seine River it sails, from the Pierre Frey Braquenie fabrics and plush velvet dining room ceiling to the local wines the sommelier selects to complement regional culinary choices featured at each meal.
Chances are you’ve heard the term “travel designer” and you’re not alone if you’re uncertain as to what it actually means.
Luxury travel. What does that term mean in today’s world? In the travel industry, it’s been the topic of conversation for quite some time and has been an ever-evolving concept.