Before we take a look at bespoke indulgences, let me make it clear that there’s nothing wrong with, say, a two-week trip to a 4-star hotel in Spain. However, with so many destinations and holiday experiences now readily available, it would be a shame to miss out on those opportunities. After all, variety is the spice of life. Enjoying some private luxury is one of the best ways to build a holiday that you’ll never forget. Here are five of the best ways to do it.
Hire A Private Home
City breaks are a winning solution for many, especially for long weekends and other short breaks. Solo travellers, couples, and groups alike can enjoy this. While there are many ways to appreciate places like Geneva on a budget, staying in a private rental home is the best. Even if you have a large budget, having a little privacy compared to staying in a noisy hotel is a hugely rewarding factor. Furthermore, in many cities, this route provides far greater flexibility with regards to location.
Stay In Paradise
What could be better than waking up to your own slice of paradise each morning? How about waking up in a private hotel as part of a bigger resort. The Maldives are among the most desired destinations on the planet. The ability to wake up in your own private chalet right by the water is truly incredible. As a honeymoon solution for newlywed couples, there is no better option out there. The slice of privacy certainly adds to the sense of luxury, but the backdrops and sea are equally essential.
Head Out To Sea
Cruises are deemed one of the best holiday experiences in the market. With the support of a sailboat charter company, it is possible to enjoy all of those rewards but with a sense of privacy and freedom like no other. With sailboats available in destinations all over the world, exploring the seas and port towns has never been easier. For small to medium size groups, this is truly the perfect way to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. The sense of exclusivity is truly astonishing.
Take A Walking Tour
The word ‘luxury’ probably isn’t the first thing you’ll think of when discussing hiking holidays. While it is a little rough and ready, the sights that you’ll see are sure to make the trip seem extra special. The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is one of the best, but there are plenty of alternative solutions out there. Once you reach the final destination, you can always spend a few days relaxing at an opulent place to gain the best of both worlds. The memories created will be incredible.
There’s no place like home, and a staycation may be your ultimate solution. This gives you a chance to truly appreciate all the wonderful things in your local area. Moreover, you’ll be guaranteed a good night’s sleep and all the comforts of home. Other benefits include the financial aspects as well as the fact that you’ll have removed the long haul journey. As long as you time it at the right point of the year, this can be a marvellous solution.
What type of holiday do you prefer?
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I have only been ‘all inclusive’ once in Mexico… it was luxury but I didn’t like it. I felt trapped! I would sooner go 5* bed and breakfast these days x
I love being able to choose my own dishes so I don’t feel trapped.
Precisely 👌 x