Company executive talks about the growing demand for trip personalization and how travel advisors can increase their luxury business.
The property is fully open, offering new suite categories, restaurants and bars, while maintaining its distinctive architecture and legendary service.
With every amenity planned to perfection, and a bit of town and country rolled into one, the Mandarin Oriental London is back in business and catering to discerning travelers.
The new river cruise ship will sail guests in 78 staterooms with the line’s signature twin balconies, offer two restaurants, and focus on wellness.
The hotelier has 11 current and projected hotel openings planned for its three luxury brands.
Starting at $163,000 per person, the ultra-luxury journeys visit destinations such as Jordan, Egypt, Easter Island, Angkor Wat, Athens, and Madrid.
All travel advisors can benefit from adding events to their trip-planning services, further expanding their ability to help their clients have unforgettable travel experiences - the kind that they’ll tell their grandkids about some day.
"Most people do want to experience new things. There is a small percentage, maybe 10%-15%, who always want to do the same thing: Either return to the same all-inclusive or take the same cruise line to the same Caribbean islands."
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