London – LS:N Global’s idea of luxury would be an emotional and inspirational experience.
As explored in our Luxury Matrix Stage Five market report, our experience would be intellectual and poetic, offering you an unexpected journey of calm and enlightenment. We would take you on a tour to explore how New Sublimity Tourism could change your life. You would try a secluded hotel such as the Hotel Endémico on a remote Mexican mountainside. Or you would try getting away from it all in the city with the Harm Rensink urban spa for the ultimate pampering experience.
In the unlikely event that you needed any assistance while you were escaping from it all, we would recommend the Aloft Bangkok smartphone concierge service for its seamless approach to an in-hotel customer service offer.
We know that you want a luxury holiday without the carbon footprint headache, so we would book the Island E Motion luxury yacht for you, something we spotted at the 1.618 Sustainable Luxury conference in Paris.
Designer Bruno Pieters has sustainability rooted into his design process. We like his approach to design, so we would collaborate with his Honest by website for a luxury fashion collection that is transparent and explains the production process from start to finish.
For a heightened sensory experience we would like to travel around the world with you tasting wine, inspired by The Blocks, a great example of Synaesthetic Selling by Penfold Wines and Studio Toogood in Sydney.
With Mexican mountain-top views and escape-from-it-all city spas, transparent fashion collections and synaesthetic wine-tasting offers we think the LS:N Global luxury experience would be unparalleled anywhere in the world.
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