The Denver company has signed an exclusive agreement with Airstream 2 Go to offer extensive itineraries and 10-day rentals of the iconic American travel campers.
As reported by the Denver Business Journal, these excursions will cost members $400 per day in addition to the normal cost of their usage days, and about 10 should be available for trips at any given time.
A number of luxury travel clubs in recent years have added set-itinerary trips to their member options, in addition to the high-dollar luxury homes that helped to make the industry sector what it’s become.
But Exclusive Resorts’ newest partnership is one of the more interesting offerings, as it assumes that travelers who pay $40,000 to join its club and seek out coastline villas or mountain homes for their family getaways will want instead to travel with a 28-foot trailer with limited bathroom space and seek out campsites.
Cathy Ross, the company’s chief operating officer, is confident that will happen. In fact, she predicted that the idea of vacationing in an Airstream will appeal to two-thirds of Exclusive Resorts’ roughly 4,200 members who have spend time with their families in a number of luxury locations but are looking for something a little bit different to experience.
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