What's New In Travel: Winter 2019

By: Tully Luxury Travel
what’s new • hotels • cruises

Whats New In Travel

TULLY LUXURY TRAVEL: A DIAMOND CLUB MEMBER 

Tully Luxury Travel is thrilled to announce we are now a member of the prestigious Diamond Club by the Dorchester Collection, of which only a few agencies in the world are members. The club’s properties include The Dorchester, The Beverley Hills Hotel, Hôtel Plaza Athénée, and Hotel Eden. By partnering, we are to provide exclusive benefits, VIP status, and additional amenities to our valued clients at esteemed locations. 

1 | Costa Rica's Newest Retreat

Whats new in travel

More and more, travelers yearn for holidays promising rejuvenation and the new five-tent ultra-luxe wilderness retreat Kasiiya Papagayo in Costa Rica delivers. Tucked beneath a jungle canopy over 123 acres of the Papagayo Peninsula, Kasiiya offers its own twist on wellness with “movement sessions” designed to reconnect guests with nature. You’ll also find a full spa and yoga classes, along with a bevy of water-bound activities on the property’s two pristine secluded beaches.

2 | Solo Itineraries From Riviera River Cruises

The desire for solo cruising has sky-rocketed in recent years and Riviera River Cruises welcomes the rush with three new itineraries, bringing their dedicated single-traveler departures up to seven. Guests will enjoy luxury accommodations, stellar cuisine, and exciting excursions without exasperating single supplement fees.

New trips for solos include:

  • Amsterdam, Kinderdijk and the Dutch Bulbfields Cruise (five days)
  • Seine, Paris & Normandy Cruise (eight days)
  • Medieval Germany Cruise (eight days)

3 | Alaska is a Foodies Paradise

Set on a private cove at the mouth of the Tutka Bay Fjord in Alaska, the family-owned Tutka Bay Lodge has all the outdoor activities you’d expect from a remote, wilderness retreat but we are especially excited about the property’s sustainability-focused cuisine and new cooking school offering demonstrations and hands-on participation. Guests are treated to 50-minute classes based on a three-course menu where fresh seafood and foraged ingredients are menu mainstays. You’ll also enjoy complimentary yoga twice a day, forest bathing, and other wellness pursuits surrounded by the natural beauty and serenity of this coastal haven.

4 | New Hotels on The Horizon

  • The Peninsula, London, UK
  • Four Seasons Costa Palmas, Mexico
  • AMAN, Punta Sabana, Costa Rica
  • Zadún – a Ritz Carlton Reserve, San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
  • Mandarin Oriental, Madrid, Spain

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