For innovative ideas on Christmas presents this year, look no further than The Luxury Travel Fair for inspiration (Olympia, London, 4-7 November). There is a superb collection of travel related products to make 2010’s Christmas stocking something spectacular, with an original and luxurious touch.
Presents to purchase at the fair include his and hers Elemis essentials collection; Harvey Nichols food and drink products with everything from wild hibiscus flowers in syrup to St Germain elderflower liqueur; the most chic destination guide books from Chic Collection; insightful and stylish hotel guides from Mr & Mrs Smith (one of our favourites at T&T Magazine); travel vouchers from Abercrombie & Kent and a subscription to Condé Nast Traveller to fulfil your travel desires all year long and with CN Traveller magazine in hand you’ll find yourself desiring more and more!.
With speakers at the fair including BBC presenter Dan Cruickshank and Michelin star chef Marcus Wareing, music from across the globe and an Island bar serving Pommery champagne, The Luxury Travel Fair makes for a brilliant day out.
For that extra special travel present, there are many exclusive offers available at the fair including ITC Classics offering seven nights for the price of five at One&Only Le Saint Geran, Mauritius; Mundy Cruising offering free return flights to Australia for the Kimberley Cruise on the Orion and The Greenbrier Resort offering 30% discount on winter room rates.
Advance tickets for The Luxury Travel Fair are £12.50 per adult and £6.50 per child. Tickets bought on the day are £15 each.
Advance tickets for both The Luxury Travel Fair and Spirit of Christmas Fair are £16 per adult and £8.50 per child. Tickets for both shows bought on the day are £18 each.
Children aged under 12 go free.
Tickets can be booked online at www.luxurytravelfair.com or on the ticket hotline number 0871 230 1091.
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