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Our resources, partnerships and worldwide network are tools to help plan and book your perfect trip to to provide extra benefits to you.

VIRTUOSO CONSORTIUM

We are members of the exclusive Virtuoso consortium of fine hotels, resorts and cruise lines throughout the world.  This allows us to provide special Virtuoso member benefits to our clients at no cost to them - such as free room upgrades, free breakfasts, hotel or ship-board credits to use for spa treatments or meals.

PREFERRED PARTNERSHIPS 

We are preferred partners of fine hotels throughout the world including the following leading hotel groups. This relationship gives us special booking status  and allows us to offer benefits to our clients not otherwise available to them. 

WORLDWIDE NETWORK 

We have connections with on-site experts throughout the world, who can add their particular local knowledge to our own to maximize your experience, whether on your own or with the best of guides, tours, and events.  

In addition we have worked and personally met and have relationships with hotel managers, tour operators, cruise representatives and other key personal who can make all the difference in getting our clients the absolute best available accommodations and experiences.  

  • Tour operators

  • Event planners

  • Hotel contacts including booking agents and managers

  • Cruise representatives

  • On site experts

COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCES

We have extensive resources for researching and planning your travel experience.  We can book international.flights often at dramatic discounts.  

  • Virtuoso Consortium research and booking resources

  • Travel Edge research and booking resources

  • International air travel booking resources

  • Preferred partner resources