We've all been on those holidays where the stress levels go up rather than down, luxury travel is about banishing all the irritants of everyday life and making the most of our hard earned holiday time
(PRWeb UK) November 18, 2010
The Sunday Times has long been the benchmark of excellence in travel journalism and luxury travel is an area where it has been seen as the definitive resource. By teaming up with the UK’s longest Established Luxury Tour Operator ITC Classics for this one off supplement it has produced a guide to keep it at the top of the curve. Luxury Holidays and Luxury Travel may be a byword for excess to some, but with the stresses of the every day on the rise many are paying that little bit extra to ensure their quality time away from daily rigours goes smooth. ITC Classics CEO Jennifer Atkinson noted “We’ve all been on those holidays where the stress levels go up rather than down, luxury travel is about banishing all the irritants of everyday life and making the most of our hard earned holiday time”.
Many options are covered including the luxury paradise of the Indian Ocean Islands of Mauritius, Maldives and The Seychelles. There is everything from the loved up couples paradise of Le Touessrok to the perfect family hotels such as Four Seasons Resort or the Trou aux Biches in Mauritius. And no guide to Luxury Travel would be complete without covering the hotel that comes top of all the celebrity must stay lists: Sandy Lane in Barbados. The A-List guest roll call keeps on growing: Simon Cowell, Melanie Chisholm, Cilla Black, Cliff Richard, Divina McCall: to mention but a few.
Beyond mainstream luxury there is also a look at the more adventurous luxury destinations, such as Sri Lanka and South Africa. A trip on South Africa Luxury Blue Train is a once in a lifetime luxury experience for rail lovers. All in all no corner of the world in left unexplored in this guide to the way we all want our holidays to be.
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