Sale comes as Luxury Escapes’ 2024 Travel Trends Report reveals Brits are 'making up for lost time'
Luxury Escapes relaunches all-time best-selling deals to celebrate 10th birthday
Online luxury travel retailer Luxury Escapes has today announced the launch of its Best of the Decade sale to celebrate its tenth birthday.
The sale will bring back the brand’s all-time best-selling deals from the last ten years.
It includes a range of travel deals from across the globe to meet the interest of "all traveller tastes and budgets".
The deals include Mulia Villas in Bali, Pullman Maldives, Raffles The Palm in Dubai and the Hyatt Grand Central in New York.
“At Luxury Escapes, our members are at the heart of everything we do, and we have an unwavering mission to offer people all over the world the very best in travel," said Adam Schwab, co-founder and CEO of Luxury Escapes.
“Our Best of the Decade sale is all about celebrating the amazing past ten years... thanking and rewarding our 8M+ members with the all-time best-selling deals we have ever curated."
The Best of the Decade sale includes a range of Luxury Escapes’ best-selling travel deals from the past decade.
The launch comes as recent data from Luxury Escapes’ 2024 Travel Trends Report reveals that the travel boom is set to strongly continue in 2024.
Data reveals travel remains the top discretionary item for Brits, as 59% say they are planning at least three holidays next year, with a third (33%) of people happy to spend at least £3,000 per holiday.
Seven in ten (69%) Brits said they will spend at least the same amount if not more money on international holidays in 2024 than this year, with nearly all respondents (92%) revealing they have plans to travel overseas.
Destinations such as Thailand and the Maldives share top spot for Brits’ all-time favourite holiday destination, while Greece was ranked as most desirable for 2024 (37%), followed by Italy (24%) and Portugal (10%).
Data from the report also further revealed food tourism (53%), experiential tourism (52%) and wellness tourism (34%) are the top three travel trends Brits are eager to try in 2024, followed by a growing interest in sustainable travel from over a quarter of people (27%).