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Pure Entertainment Group on The Must-Visit Destinations This Summer 2014
Bespoke luxury concierge company Pure Entertainment Group presents their six top destinations for where to go next Summer 2014 and beyond
|By Marketwired .
|May 6, 2014 12:00 PM EDT
MONTREAL, CANADA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/06/14 -- Pure Entertainment Group is internationally recognized for crafting bespoke travel experiences to the world's most luxurious destinations. The luxury travel concierge, recently featured as an authority on luxury travel trends and destinations for high net-worth individuals on BBC.com ("Living the good life with the super rich,") has just announced their top places to visit this summer. "The summer months are for more than simply relaxing," says CEO, Steve Edo. "I believe they are a time for extraordinary adventures and unforgettable experiences, as do the majority of our clients. This is why my team and I search the globe for the most amazing places imaginable, and go that extra mile to find the most memorable ways to experience each location."
Here are 6 must-explore destinations for travel summer 2014 and beyond, carefully selected by Pure Entertainment Group:
PETIT ST. VINCENT
Named among the "World's Best Private-Island Resorts" in Conde Nast Traveller magazine, Petit St. Vincent is a "private island for private people." This island is an exclusive holiday destination that can be rented in its entirety with private chefs, butlers, personal trainers, and of endless entertainment options." Petit St Vincent is the perfect hideaway for romance, a honeymoon, family reunion, and anything in between." - SE. Inquire for a special getaway.
Known as the city of love, Paris has seduced travelers for centuries, and is a fantastic destination anytime of year. Imagine a five-star hotel with view of the Eiffel Tower, a cooking class in a lovely Parisian home, a unique workshop to create your own perfume, a private guide to Tour Notre Dame de Paris or Le Louvre..."If you have kids traveling, we also have fun activities to keep them entertained." - SE. Inquire for a special getaway.
Meet Los Cabos, famous for its golden beaches, world-class golf, lively nightlife, winter whale sightings, and year-round celebrity spotting! Rent a yacht or a boat to explore the surrounding region, indulge in a relaxing spa day, take in the view while kayaking and hiking, and be treated like a movie star at your favorite luxury hotel or private villa. "The ideal destination for lovers and adventure-seekers alike, Los Cabos has something for everybody." - SE. Inquire for a special getaway.
PORTOFINO & THE ITALIAN RIVIERA
A playground for the rich, famous, and fabulously chic since the late 19th century, Portofino is the jewel of the Italian Riviera. Enjoy breathtaking views of luxury yachts and sumptuous private villas, celebrated cuisine, and high end shopping with designer names like Louis Vuitton, Dolce and Gabbana, Pucci, Gucci, and Missoni. "Even if you have been to Italy, the little charming fishing village of Portofino is the ideal hideaway for rest and relaxation." - SE. Inquire for a special getaway.
A favorite amongst wealthy thrill seekers, Abu Dhabi is the glittering capital of UAE. Boasting high-end shopping, its own F1 Grand Prix race, world-class restaurants, and the fastest roller coaster in the world, the city combines luxury and adventure in a beautiful Middle Eastern package. Adventure enthusiasts will enjoy all that Abu Dhabi and its deserts offer, like literally going off the beaten path on 4x4s through the desert. "Abu Dhabi is a great place to get your heart racing, and we love finding new ways to get your adrenaline going. " - SE. Inquire for a special getaway.
A leading global city and one of the world's largest financial centers, somehow Zurich manages to still be charming and unintimidating. Nestled on the Limmat River bank, the beautiful Swiss capital is home to gorgeous medieval churches, the historical Old Town, as well as breathtaking art, such as the Kunsthaus Zurich, Switzerland's finest art gallery. "Zurich is by far one of my favorite cities to visit for a quick, spontaneous getaway." - SE. Inquire for a special getaway
To book or to enquire further about these summer travel experiences, contact your luxury concierge company, Pure Entertainment Group: email: [email protected] or call +1 (514) 807-2192
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About Pure Entertainment Group
Pure Entertainment Group is a global bespoke event management and luxury concierge company based in Montreal, Canada. The company offers premium concierge services, bespoke travel packages and luxury lifestyle experiences to discerning individual and corporate companies all around the world. Since the company's start in 2008, CEO/Founder Steve Edo took the extra steps needed to take premium concierge services and bespoke travel planning to a whole new level. Be it executives, celebrities, families or groups of friends, the company serves anyone who believes life is too short not to live it fully.
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