Starting next year, luxury hotel brand The Four Seasons will be offering an around-the-world itinerary in the company’s private jet. What does one get for $137,000? A 25-day “Extraordinary Adventures” trip that will bring travelers to nine destinations around the world: Austin, Costa Rica, Lana’i, Sydney, Langkawi, Mauritius, Serengeti, Petra or the Dead Sea, and Lisbon.
There will be other excursions on offer too, the least expensive of which is the $106,000, 19-day “Cultural Escape” package.
More on the plane: The 52-seater was inspired by “champagne and caviar,” according to Dana Kalczak, vice president of design at the brand. Some of the perks include leather flat-bed seats made by Italian designer Iacobucci, Mongolian cashmere blankets, hand-woven carpeting, in-flight sous chefs, Dom Pérignon champagne, Bvlgari toiletry kits, Bose noise-cancelling headphones, custom-made Moleskin travel journals, and iPad Air 2. Start saving those pennies.
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