Hotels

Why luxury sells

Don’t just go on holiday. Indulge in the Luxury Retreat experience!

Luxury Retreats offers an authentic travel experience combined with the comfort of upscale accommodations in the Caribbean, USA, Mexico, Europe, Thailand, Bali and many more destinations!

With a full-service approach to the sharing economy, Luxury Retreats has a 95 per cent satisfaction rate and continues to raise the bar of the high-end holiday rentals.

The Luxury Retreats Experience includes:

A growing portfolio of over 3,500 curated properties in more than 95 destinations worldwide

  • The hand-picked villas are located in different destinations across the Caribbean, USA, Mexico, Europe, Thailand, Bali and recent addition, New Zealand.
  • The range of villas vary from fun in the sun with a beachfront property with a private pool, to snowy ski getaways with a ski chalet in the alps. Select properties also have added features included in their rates such as a chef, housekeeping, gardener, butler, on-site security, room service, laundry service, Babysitting service and much more.

An industry-leading 125-point inspection with rigorous acceptance criteria (less than 5% of homes admitted)

  • Luxury Retreats have a worldwide wide team, dedicated to making sure that each property that applies is up to the their standards. They review the property by looking at the features, amenities, architecture, location, staffing options, access to services etc. through 125-point inspections. This process allows the Luxury Retreats team to add only the best properties that fit their portfolio and creates a seamless experience for guests.

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24/7 Concierge support to help you plan your client’s on-site experience and assist in any needs that may arise pre, during or post travel

  • The highly personalised service provided by Luxury Retreats ensure maximum satisfaction for guests, tailoring their needs and desires to the right villa for them
  • Prior to the client’s arrival, their personal concierge will reach out to the Travel Agent or client to discuss any pre-planning needs. This can include pre-stocking the villa with the selected food, arranging airport transfers, car rentals, excursions, chef services, extra housekeeping, or any other detail of the client’s stay. They would be able to arrange anything the client needs!
  • The 24/7 resource center is available as a back up, should the guest need support throughout their stay. This way, the service is consistent from when the client inquiries with Luxury Retreats all the way up to when they get back home.

Rate parity and commissionable villa rates

  • The Luxury Retreats team work closely with Travel Agents to create an extraordinary experience for their clients
  • Guaranteed Travel Agent commission if a client returns to Luxury Retreats directly for up to 2 bookings.
  • Luxury Retreats offer Travel Agents a protected commission on bookings if their clients come back to them directly (up to 2 bookings). They aim for their travel agent partners to feel confident when making them their trusted villa supplier.

Which stands out to you? We couldn’t decide either! Check out all the luxury villas on offer at www.luxuryretreats.com

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