Quintessentially was launched in Soho, London, in 2000 by co-founders Aaron Simpson, Ben Elliot and Paul Drummond as a luxury concierge service provider to its members round the clock. From last-minute restaurant reservations and holiday bookings, to theatre and opera tickets and access to clubs, parties and special events, Quintessentially provides its members unlimited access to an unrivalled package of privileges, preferential rates and bespoke services. Today, it has more than 70 offices globally.
From a religious trip to Mecca with the request of finding the best spot for praying at the Kaaba, to a private banquet on the Great Wall of China, or living the life of indigenous aboriginals in the heart of Australia, to a private tour of the pyramids of Egypt with an after-hours visit to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Quintessentially has delivered all these demands.
Cost of indulgence:
Costs can vary from a couple of lakhs of rupees if one wants to have a dinner date on a private yatch around the Indian coastline, to a crore and above if one wants to hire a charter and go for a world tour.
What do they offer
Quintessentially Travel specializes in creating tailormade itineraries to the world’s most glamorous, sought-after and remote destinations, organizing everything from flights, transfers, hotels and villas to private jets, yachts and private tours.
The company also provides the traveller the concierge service it is mostly known for.
What can you choose
Every itinerary drawn up is specific to customer tastes and requirements, with expert inputs. The travel products include romantic journeys to specialized wine and scotch trails to gourmet tours to exclusive safari adventure tours to yacht and luxury voyages and self-drive luxury vacations.
Where can you order it
To place a request, members can contact Quintessentially India at email@example.com.
By invitation. Membership fees vary from £1,000 per year for general members to £25,000 and above for global elite members.
Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org