Bethany Qualls | Nov 03, 2011
If you love unusual and exotic places, traveling to new destinations, or need inspiration for your next vacation, The Luxury Travel Fair is for you. Starting today, November 3, until November 6, at The Olympia National Hall in London, visitors will love the offerings at this Condé Nast Traveller event.
From ski trips to beach resorts, it’s all happening at The Luxury Travel Fair! Exhibitors include favorites like Elegant Resorts, The Oxford Ski Company and Cox & Kings as well as new companies like Quintessentially, Danube Express and Siam Kempinski Hotel, Bangkok. You’ll find the inspiration you need from travel experts to make that trip to the south of France, adventure vacation in Asia, or retreat to a secluded country villa possible. For the past five years The Luxury Travel Fair has been the last word in vacation elegance and quality and this year promises to be no exception.
Visitors to The Luxury Travel Fair will also have the chance to enjoy complimentary spa treatments, view gorgeous images from The Royal Geographical Society, dine in style at the tranquil Lotus Bar, and take in exclusive interviews with famous personalities like Sir Trevor McDonald OBE, Benedict Allen, Stefan Gates, and Oz Clarke. Discount tickets are still available for Condé Nast Traveller subscribers or if you purchase online. The Luxury Travel Fair is definitely a must visit for any traveler with the most exclusive resorts, first-class travel specialists, five-star hotels, and luxury tour operators in the business. Prepare to be inspired!
About the Author: A teacher, traveler, student of languages, and wrangler of words, Bethany harbors a love of helping others find information and communicate it in the clearest way possible. She has taught English as a foreign language in France, Serbia, and the U.S., maintained records for archeological excavations in Greece and Turkey, proofread or edited almost every kind of document known to humankind. When not finding even more delicious food at the latest restaurant or reading in the sporadic San Francisco sunshine (an art to itself) she loves storytelling, biking, and bringing people together. She finds that conferences are often a concentrated milieu for finding interesting folks and is currently working on a MA in English Literature at SFSU.