In the era of AirBnB and budget flights to pretty much anywhere on Earth, it has never been easier for an ordinary person to feel like a millionaire, at least for a few days. Even rooms at some of Europe’s most luxurious hotels are now affordable to anyone on an average salary.
Most people have the same assumptions when it comes to luxury travel. Of course, it’s easy to assume that all expensive voyages will be identical in quality. However, not all high-end travel experiences are the same.
Private jets come in all different shapes and sizes. Some are better than others, due to the fact they’re more spacious, comfortable, or include more high-end features and luxury services. There’s a diverse range of private jets to hop aboard, but only some will get the job done in a truly satisfying style.
Buyers in the north of England and Scotland are most likely to buy British-based exotica, according to new research of Britain’s supercar buying habits, says JBR Capital.
Some of us just can’t resist travelling in luxury. Whether it’s car rental for a business trip, or relaxing to the max on your summer holiday, extra comfort is high on the agenda for many.
The Top 5 Road Trip Destinations That Need to Be on Your Bucket List Whether you drive a car, a motorbike or a motorhome, there is nothing better than hitting the open road to explore some of the most incredible places on earth, and there are a few road trips that every travelling enthusiast must experience in their lifetime. If you are creating your… Read More
Pierluigi Galassetti, Managing Director of Vroomerz, Europe’s largest luxury car hire platform, discusses the challenges of the luxury hire industry. “The industry needs to adapt to the modern digital age in order to survive. How? By meeting the needs of the luxury consumer under one roof.” Experiences are fast becoming more important in the luxury industry. Nicknamed the ‘Experience Age’, we are living in… Read More
Widest Collection of Luxury Cars Now Available to Hire Across Europe New luxury car hire service, Vroomerz, offers customers the widest selection of luxury cars across Europe, real-time availability and door-to-door delivery, from a Ferrari 488 GTB sports car to a Mercedes-Benz Class C convertible. Vroomerz brings suppliers across Europe under one platform to provide customers with a seamless online booking experience and access… Read More
Spirit Yachts set to launch flagship eco-friendly superyacht Launching in 2019, the Spirit 111’ will be one of the largest, single-masted wooden yachts ever built in the UK British modern classic yacht company, Spirit Yachts, is currently building a 34m sailing yacht, the Spirit 111’. The sloop-rigged superyacht is set to be the largest build from Spirit Yachts to date and has been designed… Read More
Bombardier Business Aircraft announced today that Zenith Aviation, Britain’s leading bespoke charter service provider, will take delivery of two brand new Learjet 75 aircraft.
Classic Porsche Speedster and Topazery Vintage Jewelry Brought to Life In Production by Vintage Car Photographer Royce Rumsey
Bentley Motors today opens its largest showroom in the world
The new 2017 Porsche Panamera reconciles two contrasting characteristics more than ever before: the performance of a genuine sports car and the comfort of a luxury sedan.
The Vanquish Zagato Concept
British luxury brand Aston Martin introduces Art of Living, an opportunity to experience the company’s legendary reputation for cutting-edge technology, iconic design and exceptional craftsmanship across a portfolio of the finest artisan products and truly bespoke experiences.
Bentley Motors unveiled the most powerful Bentley vehicles ever offered for sale here this week during an exclusive event in New York City.
Bentley Bentayga passengers now have the luxury of controlling a selection of in-car systems from their Apple Watch
Racing is in Aston Martin’s blood
Renault-Nissan to Launch More Than 10 Vehicles With Autonomous Drive Technology Over the Next Four Y
The Renault-Nissan Alliance
Luxury car will have world premiere in Geneva in 2016
New ‘Genesis’ brand will compete with the world’s leading luxury car brands
The Mazda MX-5 Miata is the most road-raced production car in the world
Bentley have unveiled a new level of perfection exclusively for the Flying Spur V8 model, which promises to be a superbly attired motor.
Introducing the Aston Martin Vulcan, a track only supercar and the British luxury brand’s most intense and exhilarating creation to date.
Rolls Royce recently unveiled ‘Wraith – Inspired by Fashion’. With it’s physical design owed to materials more commonly associated with the catwalks of the world.
Towing an Airstream 684 Range Rover Sport Hybrid to the Arctic Circle will surely determine that luxury can be rugged.
Nine model all-new Mazda MX-5 range priced from £18,495 to £23,295 on-the-road.
British engineering ingenuity and artistic creativity have proven to be the inspiration behind the naming and creation of the latest Bespoke Phantom Collection to emerge from the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England.
Following the world debut of the next-generation RX in New York on 1 April, Lexus has revealed its luxury SUV will be available with a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine.
Volvo Cars has unveiled a new concept that takes executive in-car luxury to a new level at the Shanghai Motor Show. Labelled the Lounge Console, the concept offers busy chauffeur-driven business people the ultimate executive accessory; a compact and versatile solution to expanded storage and comfort
High-end technology and unrestricted everyday practicality, plus alluring elegance: The Audi prologue allroad is making its world premiere at Auto Shanghai.
First details of UK specifications and prices for new Avensis
The A3 Cabriolet offers two engine and power train options for open air enjoyment.
With the new BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer, BMW has carved out yet another new vehicle segment.
The Jaguar XE redefines the concept of the sports saloon and will be the driver’s car in its class. ‘The car is the closest thing we will ever create to something that is alive’ Sir William Lyons’