THE Travel Corporation has announced the re-launch of its high-end small group journeys brand, Luxury Gold.
The brand promises to “redefine the new Golden Age of travel” by offering tours that are “more intimate, personalised, and luxurious than ever before”.
The refreshed branding uses “aspirational, flawless visuals and a refined champagne and caviar colour palette” and describes the Luxury Gold experience as “unforgettable Passport Moments…these are the golden threads that make up every journey, and promise travellers more than just destination stamps in their passport”.
The operator is offering 30 limited-edition small group journeys, including the 12-day ‘Ultimate Southern France’ guided tour from Monaco to France. Highlights include a cruise to Saint-Tropez, dinner at the Michelin-starred La Vieille Fontaine, a private winery tour, and more.
“It’s clear that affluent travellers intend on travelling in 2023 and are looking to book those once-in-a-lifetime tours that include all the luxury and ease of a high-end travel experience,” Luxury Gold Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand, Toni Ambler said.
“With the relaunch of Luxury Gold, travellers will have an elevated travel experience, with magnificent stays, exceptional dining, and curated experiences.”
The brand’s accommodation offering consists of five-star hotels including Belmond, Red Carnation, JA Marriott hotels, as well as unique boutique stays such as Ashford Castle in Ireland.
Guests will enjoy a range of bucket-list experiences, such as exclusive after-hours visits to iconic attractions including Jaipur City Palace for afternoon tea, and will access to a 24/7 Travel Concierge with local knowledge and contacts to help customise their journey.