Four Seasons Tempts Guests to go Around the World

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is teaming up with TCS & Starquest Expeditions on a 22-day trip that circumnavigates the globe with stays in Four Seasons hotels and resorts.

 The "Around the World by Private Jet" itinerary departs from Los Angeles on October 29, 2012, and open for 78 guests, the itinerary features Hawaii, French Polynesia, Australia, Bali, Indonesia, Thailand, India, Egypt and the UK.

The in-flight crew features a Four Seasons concierge who will extend the company’s service standards in the air. By serving as the primary liaison with Four Seasons colleagues on the ground, the concierge provides insider destination knowledge prior to landing and arranges private tours, spa treatments, golf tee-times, and more during any point of the trip. On-board experts—including renowned art historian and author of Encyclopedia of Far Eastern Art Charles Doherty, noted cuisine historian and recipient of the Julia Child/Jane Grigson Prize of the International Association of Culinary Professionals Rachel Laudan, and Associate and former Senior Research Fellow at Harvard University currently exploring the role of global deregulation in the current financial crisis John P. (Sean) Flannery—are set to provide insights designed to immerse travelers in the intricacies of each upcoming destination.

For more information, visit www.luxuryworldjettravel.com.

 



 

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