Above: Cheetahs in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania - DELBARS / GETTY IMAGES

Last Word: Benefits of Using the Travel Office 

Cheetahs in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, Africa - iStockPhoto

Over my 20 years with Andrew Harper, I’ve worked with numerous advisors in our Travel Office on countless undercover editorial trips. I like to consult our advisors about promising new hotel openings and the state of current recommendations, since their own forays give them valuable insight. We regularly send advisors out to inspect and stay in hotels featured in the Collection guidebooks and on our website. They can also organize compelling excursions for members with top guides: Various experiences that advisors arranged were highlighted in this very Hideaway Report.

At most of our recommended hotels, our Travel Office has negotiated special member benefits, such as dining credits and upgrades on arrival when available (I particularly love a spa credit, which gives me an excuse to test out an extravagant treatment). Most important, it’s reassuring to know that someone has my back if I encounter a problem while on the road. Our advisors are happy to assist with anything, from a weekend in New York City to a multicountry safari. In these rather uncertain times, it’s a good idea to have a travel professional behind you, regardless of your destination. We’ve recently expanded our office’s opening hours to keep up with member demand, and I encourage you to take advantage of its services. 

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Above: Cheetahs in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania - DELBARS / GETTY IMAGES