For people who’ve decided that they want to make travelling somewhat of a full-time occupation, it’s pretty much all about stretching the budget as far as it can be stretched and more. However, amidst all the budget travel planning through discount airfare and accommodation sites, it can become very easy to lose sight of the pure essence of what travelling is all about. You can lose sight of the real fun of it all, which resides in the journey itself and not necessarily the destination.
That’s why even the most frugal of travellers really let go once in a while, going all out to experience the more luxurious side of travelling. Premium travel was invented for a reason which we’ll explore right here and right now, perhaps just to remind us why we have to be willing to dig deep into our pockets to enjoy this premium travel experience once in a while. It can get really addictive though because what it essentially does is it makes sure you enjoy every single moment of your trip, perhaps from the complimentary limousine ride provided to you by the airline with which you’ll be flying Business/First Class, right up to the premium room service you’d enjoy in your five-star or presidential suite.
Premium Luxury Travel is a COMPLETE Stress Buster
That’s right – all the little extra perks and luxuries you pay for as part of the premium travel experience come together to undo all the stress you’ve have to endure as part of your everyday life. Stress builds up gradually over time, but the experience of having it melt away with each passing minute of a premium getaway kind of makes it well worth it. I mean yes, there is something about perhaps having to endure a long flight in economy class, punctuated by flight change after flight change, so that you can ultimately step out onto some exotic island getaway and finally get the climatic release you’ve been looking forward to. However, it makes for a much better stress-busting experience when you can gradually have all that stress peeled away as you make it deeper and deeper into the trip and this is why when we’re not sailing we prefer to fly Business Class or First Class.
It’s more of the same on the business front really, although there is the added dimension of not really heading to a holiday destination for a vacation, but rather for a bit of business. When you’re travelling for business purposes it becomes more important to make sure to make the most of all the luxuries afforded to you as part of the journey itself, so this would mean lodging in business apartments for example, something which would imply that you don’t have to spend a single second of your time worrying about the details of your actual stay. There’s an entire team of staff to worry about that for you.
And then of course the journey itself via Business or First Class means that you can get a good few hours of solid sleep in the air, leaving you refreshed and sharp for whatever order of business you have waiting for you at your destination.