Tourism

Collette joins Virtuoso’s ANZ list of preferred suppliers

Virtuoso has today announced a preferred agreement with Collette.

Collette joins Virtuoso’s collection of luxury hotels, resorts, cruise lines, airlines, tour operators and other suppliers worldwide, which spans more than 2,200 preferred suppliers. 

Virtuoso partnerships director Australia & New Zealand, Evan Pierce, is excited about the partnership and praised Collette.

“Collette’s guest-centric and proactive approach to providing refunds over the last two years is very impressive,” Pierce said.

“Plus, their 24-hour cancellation waiver gives our advisors and clients complete confidence.” 

Collette’s director of commercial partnerships, Amanda McCann Wilson said the travel company will be a great addition to Virtuoso’s network.

“We’re delighted to be working more closely with the Virtuoso network in Australia having long been a partner in North America,” Wilson said.

“Our expanded range of 49 small group immersive tours are what Virtuoso travellers are seeking right now.”

Virtuoso has added six new Australian travel agencies, plus a spate of regional providers, to its network over the past year.

In the same period, Virtuoso has added to its network 36 new travel agency members with 125 office locations, bringing the total to more than 1,200 member locations in over 50 countries.

Membership unlocks a suite of benefits available through Virtuoso’s preferred partner portfolio, which includes more than 2,200 of the world’s best hotels and resorts, cruise lines, tour operators, destination management companies and specialty providers.



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