With its new Good Living concept, Belmond takes its promise of timeless experiences for guests to a new level. This groundbreaking concept – revealed in early October at the Royal Academy of Arts in London – is a celebration of art de vivre thanks to memorable experiences that Belmond has conceived to bring travelers unique moments and evocative encounters. Good Living will be introduced in 2020.
For more than 40 years, Belmond has brought its guests unique experiences in inspiring destinations, spanning hotels, trains and cruise ships. Inspired by an avant-garde spirit, Belmond has continually reinvented high-end travel. Today, the Maison reveals an exciting new concept called Good Living, to be rolled out in 2020 with a selection of memorable experiences at selected Belmond establishments.
With Belmond Experience Makers – experts in their respective fields – travelers will share one-of-a-kind experiences that enrich both body and mind. Good Living events have been designed as journeys for the mind and the senses, inviting guests to discover destinations from a fresh perspective.
Good Living travelers will, for example, discover the treasures of Sicily through poetry, or a mindfulness retreat on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. In Portugal’s Madeira region guests will explore the evocative scents and properties of flowers. Adventurous travelers will be guided on a cruise in Myanmar by Raha Moharrak, the youngest Arab woman to summit Mount Everest. These exceptional experiences are an invitation to discover a new way to travel.
To find out more visit: https://www.belmond.com/goodliving