How will the pandemic affect the types of luxury experiences travellers are looking for? Are they more likely to want nature experiences or eco-tourism experiences? Will cultural experiences be more or less sought after? We look at five key interests driving experiential tourism now.
Time to begin planning ahead and what better way to celebrate when the borders open than spending a relaxing tropical getaway in New Caledonia.Experience the recently renovated and rebranded DoubleTree by Hilton Noumea Ilot Maitre Resort scheduled to reopen in November 2020.
While the landscape for luxury hotels and villas has undoubtedly changed, there is good reason to believe they will be an attractive proposition once again if they cater to micro travellers, target brand loyalists and incorporate messaging about safety.
We talk to Penny Rafferty from the LLOA and Emma McDonald of LLNZ on how the DNA of the luxury lodges in Australia and New Zealand makes them perfectly positioned for a comeback post- COVID.
With border restrictions easing, outstanding nature experiences and comparatively stable pandemic numbers, you could say that things are looking up for Australian tourism destinations. But will the lure of luxury closer to home be enough to tempt us to explore our own backyard?
Discover the professional and compelling destination management services by The Exquisite Group, creating unique New Zealand experiences for the luxury traveller.
Some commentators argue that luxury tourism, with its wealthy clientele and more exclusive, social-distanced experiences, will bounce back before the rest of the industry. We ask experts what they think.
Once travel restrictions ease, the opportunity to take time to relax will be at the top of many traveller’s itineraries. Enjoy the beautiful landscape of New Zealand and indulge with these three unique luxury retreats by Boutique hotels and Lodges NZ.
The cruise industry is in uncharted waters but luxury small ship cruising has always been different to the experience on the larger liners. But how will it fare post-pandemic and how can it ensure that health and safety standards are met?
Australia’s leading live platform for personalised luxury, Luxperience, has announced that it will launch a virtual meeting event to replace the planned physical event, this 13-16 October 2020.