NEW YORK – City Chic Travel announced the launch of their luxury tours. Carefully curated by locals, their itineraries are designed to give visitors access to the very best the city has to offer. Aligned with one of the hottest fall events of the year, their New York Spring Fashion Week tour will bring together a team of personal stylists, make-up artists, celebrity hairstylists, photographers and fashionistas to guide their clients through an exclusive week of excitement. Clients will receive fashion consultations, make-overs, and, most importantly, access to coveted avant-garde fashion shows and after parties, a nearly impossible feat for tourists.
“We are thrilled to offer bespoke luxury experiences to visitors who would otherwise not have access to some of those hidden New York staples,” says Elisabeth Riedl, Co-founder of City Chic Travel. “It’s all in the details,” adds Betsie Hidalgo, Partner and Co-Founder of City Chic Travel, “unique insider experiences designed from a local’s perspective are what set our tours apart.”
City Chic Travel’s luxury tour experiences appeal to discerning travelers’ taste. Tours are limited to a small capacity, and the company’s 360-degree approach assures that clients are taken care of every step of the way; ensuring a high quality, intimate experience. All tours include luxe accommodations, chauffeured black car transportation, 3-course meals, photography sessions and access to one-of-a-kind New York experiences.
Over the course of the next few months, City Chic Travel will offer additional themed tours of New York City which center around culinary, shopping and holiday themes. In addition, the company plans to roll out their Signature Tours designed to enable visitors to experience the city like a local, while visiting city highlights and trace the footsteps of their favorite pop culture icons. For those looking for a more custom experience, City Chic Travel also offers personalized tours for private groups.
While these tours are currently only offered in New York City, next year, the company will expand to cover other top U.S. destinations, including Miami, San Francisco and Los Angeles.