Whether you’re looking for a couple’s getaway, or taking a mid-winter break, February is the month to plan travels worth sharing. If you’ve never experienced the romance of train travel, climb onboard the Belmond Royal Scotsman. We also invite you to explore the latest in cruising, which has hit new heights of luxury and excitement.
Erika Reategui and Fernando Gonzalez
If you live or work in a concierge-serviced building in Manhattan, South Florida, or San Francisco, chances are you are already familiar with Luxury Attaché, the world’s leading luxury concierge company. First in Service has just joined forces with the lifestyle management company to introduce Travel Attaché, a hybrid program between the two firms, and the first of its kind to bring exclusive travel service to thousands of clients.
Catering to an elite clientele in real estate, entertainment, hospitality and fashion, Luxury Attaché provides a single touch point to a repertoire of luxury services through a dedicated onsite Attaché. In-house, custom travel is now one of these exclusive offerings.
F1S’s expertly-trained Karina Martinez, profiled in this issue, spearheads the Travel Attaché program. With insider access to the world’s best properties, she is equally adept at crafting bespoke journeys, from lavish family vacations to last-minute business trips.
F1S CEO Fernando Gonzalez comments, “We’re extremely excited about our two companies coming together. Our job is all about making people’s lives easier. More and more professionals find it a necessity to have experts manage their busy lifestyles – including the way they travel. We save them precious time and eliminate unnecessary guesswork.”
Luxury Attaché CEO Jenene Ronick adds, “We are thrilled to align with First in Service as our exclusive travel partner. The Travel Attaché program is revolutionary in many ways and brings so much to our existing suite of services — we’re confident that our clients will be equally enthused, and we look forward to providing a truly unique travel experience in collaboration with First in Service.”