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Luxury Destinations For Business Or Pleasure

In our society, the season of travel is not an issue. Technology has opened the calendars of the elite. Many business owners and CEOs actually choose months to travel that others ignore.


A business owner who is seeking a new client will know that the warmer months are usually their busiest time of the year. Inviting the potential client on a trip is not a good idea. Even if the client chooses to go, his mind is on his business and you are not going to have his attention.


However, if you invite the client on a luxury destination in a month when business is typically slow, he will be more than willing. So what can you do in the winter that will get his attention?
Let me give you an example.


ABC Company wanted to sign a major client. This client had been loyal to a specific brand for years, so it was not going to be easy to sway him. In the off-season (which in this case was late fall) ABC invites the client and his wife to a resort in Colorado.

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ABC Company chartered a private jet so they could travel in comfort and privacy. The plane was beautiful with lush seating, ample room, and all the amenities one could think of. They enjoyed drinks and conversation that gently opened the door to the business at hand.

They arrived in Colorado and were taken by limo to a lovely resort. As the wives spend their days shopping, going to the spa, and enjoying themselves. There are services that can help with the transport of all the necessities from one place to another so you can go shopping freely, without thinking about luggage or suitcases limits. The men went fly fishing, the took Rocky Mountain 4x4 tours. They bonded. In the evening they would dine in the 5-star restaurant at the resort and take in some of the entertainment at the hotel.

By the time they were boarding the private jet to return, they had formed a bond and respect for each other. ABC ultimately signed the client.

Personal travel

Perhaps it is a wedding gift. Maybe you are celebrating an anniversary. Perhaps you just want to go on the vacation of your dreams. How you get there is just as important as getting there. Your luxury trip begins on the plane. There is no first-class seating on any plane that matches the comfort, beauty, and service of chartering your plane.

There is no stress. No passengers are pushing or shoving. No one is talking and laughing so loud that you can’t have a conversation with your partner. You are pampered and cared for. You have plenty of room to stretch out and you arrive you are relaxed and ready to enjoy your stay. Anyhow if you are little bit of more active person and enjoys more adventurous places with extreme sports or being in wild, consider having a good health insurance just in case any unfortunate incident happened.

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Tips for your destination

Here are just a few of the destinations that are a favorite for business or pleasure

  • Aspen
    • Luxury chalets
    • Skiing
    • Beautiful scenic mountains
  • Palm Springs
    • Golfing
    • Luxury spa and pools
    • Warm weather
  • Martha’s Vineyard
    • More than 8 miles of private beach
    • Vacation destination for super-stars and world leaders
    • Premium shopping
    • Luxury in every aspect of your trip

Some of our favorite resorts

  • Tanque Verde Ranch, Tucson, AZ
  • Sonnenalp, Vail, CO
  • L’Horizon Resort & Spa, Palm Springs, CA
  • Cromwell, Las Vegas

When is the best season of the year to travel? The season you are experiencing right now. So pack your bags and charter a plane. The world is waiting.








Comments

  1. Sigh!!! Have money, will travel. :(

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  2. The food at this place was delicious. The menu options we had at Los Angeles wedding venues were great (it was hard to choose) and one course was better than the next. It was great that they had different options for those who didn't eat what we served.

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