Kogan re-enters travel with Luxury Escapes partnership

Kogan re-enters travel with Luxury Escapes partnership

Kogan Travel has teamed up with Luxury Escapes to officially relaunch, promising bigger and better travel deals.

The online platform is offering up big savings on travel bundles for top international and local destinations, including Bali, Thailand and across Australia.

With a mission to make the most in-demand products and services more affordable and accessible, Kogan’s partnership with Luxury Escapes aims to bring to market “the very best in travel and experiences at best-in-market prices”.

“We want to ensure Kogan Travel is a destination for finding the best value travel experiences, so we’ve partnered with one of the best in the travel business, Luxury Escapes,” said Ross Metherell, director of strategy at Kogan.com.

“With travel savings of up to 60 percent, Aussies can expect to receive excellent savings when shopping for travel. Kogan Travel will be dedicated to helping customers save time and money so they can focus on the most important part – enjoying their holiday.”

Travellers can choose from a wide variety of specially curated 3- to 5-star stays and travel bundles, offering inclusions across accommodation, meals, activities, and more.

Here’s a sample of just a few of Kogan’s launch offers:

  • 5 nights at ibis Styles Bali Legian in Bali, starting from $329 (save up to 63 per cent) with breakfast and lunch or dinner included daily
  • 5 nights at 5-star hotel Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa for $1499 (save up to 53 per cent) with all-inclusive dining & free-flow drinks
  • 5 nights at family-friendly Pamookkoo Resort in Phuket, starting from $499 (save up to 67 per cent) Breakfast, lunch or dinner, daily cocktails & roundtrip transfers

Image: Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa Bali (supplied) 

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