HOW TO TRAVEL LIKE A VIP

ELLE (Canada) - - Lifestyle -

BOOK A TOUR GUIDE. “Even if it’s just for an hour or two; [a guide] will know the best time of day to visit spots, and if there are lines, he or she may be able to help you cut to the front,” says Re­becca Willa Davis, ed­i­tor-in-chief of lux­ury-travel web­site The Glassy. SPEND MONEY ON EX­PE­RI­ENCES. “Stay some­where with sim­ple charm and splash out on the chicest beach clubs and restau­rants,” says An­thony Lass­man, founder of Nota Bene Global, a pri­vate-lux­ury-travel com­pany based in Lon­don, Eng­land. DO THE AIR­PORT-LOUNGE THING. While you’re run­ning around the ter­mi­nal try­ing to catch your flight, chances are celebs are chill­ing out in a top-se­cret VIP lounge—and you can too. LAX’s Pri­vate Suite prom­ises pa­parazzi-proof pri­vacy along with meals, man­i­cures and even an on-call doc­tor...for just $5,000 per per­son. In Lon­don, Heathrow Air­port’s VIP ser­vice will pro­vide you with your own pri­vate sit­ting area while staff mem­bers take care of every­thing else.

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