Survey Finds Luxe Travel Alive And Well - At Discount Pricing Halogen Guides Travel Helps the Well-Heeled Vacation in Recession Proof Style

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Survey of U.S. millionaires finds that 48% will take a luxury vacation. Discount shopping for luxe travel is on the rise in the recession according to Halogen Guides, which highlights five star deals and debunks bogus deals offered by luxury hotels everyday. Lewis Schiff, author of Middle Class Millionaire, conducted study and concludes that luxury spending will survive the recession.

In the survey of 338 millionaires throughout the U.S., conducted with my colleague Russ Prince, nearly 48% of those surveyed said they will take a vacation, one that exceeds $10,000, in 2008

Halogen Guides Travel is the insider secret of luxury travelers looking for 5 star vacations at discount prices. The recession has caused industry watchers to sound the alarm for luxury trips, but it's not all doom and gloom according to Lewis Schiff, author of Middle Class Millionaire.

"In the survey of 338 millionaires throughout the U.S., conducted with my colleague Russ Prince, nearly 48% of those surveyed said they will take a vacation, one that exceeds $10,000, in 2008," stated Schiff. "Luxury spending will survive the recession." Of course even millionaires like a deal, according to Halogen Guides CEO Greg Shove. "We want consumers to get the best 5 star deals as soon as we find them - so we make that information available via email, feeds and widgets. Everyone likes a luxurious trip - and no one likes to pay retail."

Halogen Guides Travel's original content aims to help busy consumers make the best buying decision for their luxury travel dollar. The up-to-the-minute travel blog spills insider secrets on deals and steals, highlights up and coming hotspots and even debunks bogus deals offered by luxury hotels--all in an effort to help the consumer make the most of precious vacation time.

About Halogen Guides
Halogen Guides started in 2005 as a single website dedicated to educating consumers about the new and growing destination club industry. As the editorial content became authoritative with both potential customers and the mainstream media, the site expanded its coverage to include private aviation, five-star travel, and fractional real estate. This organic growth eventually led to a new name (Halogen Guides) and a full network of websites providing analysis and commentary on all aspects of luxury lifestyles. The flagship lifestyle portal launches in 2008. The company is privately owned and based in San Francisco.

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