Launching Summer 2021, EXEAT, founded by British entrepreneur and tennis enthusiast, Laura Ward, is a luxurious new sustainably conscious performance grade athleisure brand inspired by the chic idyll of England’s quintessential grass-court tennis.
This year Londoners are invited to sweat and sculpt like New Yorker’s with the opening of KARVE: pioneers of their newly trademarked Transformer Pilates method. Capturing New York’s infectious energy, whilst tailored to London lifestyles, the entirely new luxury loft-style studio on Kensington High Street champions the city’s hottest new workout - inspired by the Big Apple and on the pulse of the Big Smoke
TechRound has collected industry expert predictions on what 2021 could look like for the travel industry featuring our founder Georgie. 2020 was the year for unpredictability, and it has been hard to imagine what holidays will look like in this coming year, in 2021. However, as the roll-out for the vaccine is in high flow, we hope to see more people travelling in the coming year as the borders reopen, and countries come out of lockdown. Although we hope this is the case, we predict that travel will look different. There will be new trends and the industry will be reshaped and we asked 27 experts to share exactly how. As we enter 2021 still amidst stay at home orders and lockdown restrictions, what are experts’ predictions on what the new year will bring?
For luxury brands across the world, it’s an imperative time to understand the strength of their position in the market. How they are going to continue to channel desire, lead with aspiration and create dreams for their high-net-worth clientele will undoubtedly determine their future.
As temperatures start to cool and the island reclines, September is an ideal time to discover Ibiza at your own pace. A gentler time of year whilst the sun remains warm, it allows the opportunity to discover some of the island’s most delicious restaurants. From sophisticated hotspots to rural retreats that champion the island’s farm to fork produce and freshest Mediterranean catches, Ibiza Villas have picked out where to dine this month.
Founder, George Burdon comments on predictions and immerging trends surrounding Ibiza villa holidays 2021 will be a year that will see the travel industry boom once more. The desire to travel will be stronger than ever, but to succeed, organisations will need to ensure they re-model to meet the new demands and expectations of consumers. Resulting in a different industry landscape, it will reflect post-pandemic travel styles, revolving responsible travel and safety-first trips. An expert in his field, our Founder George Burdon comments on the top trends and predictions for the year ahead and how Ibiza villa holidays will become integral.
With post lockdown travel styles leading to high-net-worth travellers’ priorities changing, the demand for Ibiza villa rentals in 2020 has spiked. Where before luxury consumers were in search of hotels and off the beaten track experiences, in the second half of 2020 and into 2021, the market will see will an increase for those booking luxury villas, offering safe and secluded spaces that are a little closer to home.
Lockdown has not only led us to pause and reflect on our next Ibiza villa escape, but it has enabled nature to heal and flourish. This couldn’t be truer of the Mediterranean island of Ibiza and its collection of the finest Ibiza villas. From its cerulean coastline to its lush and verdant inlands, the 40km wide island is also home to an abundance of natural life.
Easter brunches, private island parties, ocean safaris and immersive games are on the menu this Easter for families looking to create Maldivian memories across Aitken Spence Hotels’ luxurious resorts in the Maldives.