Kuoni has revealed its latest brochure, ‘Worldwide 2013’, featuring a selection of amazing holidays, unforgettable experiences, award-winning service and great value.
Brimming with exclusive properties (mostly in the Maldives, Sri Lanka and Thailand), brand new places to stay, a wide range of multicentre holidays, tailor-made options and a brand new navigational aid, ‘Worldwide’ represents an encyclopaedia of travel inspiration.
The tiny jewel that is the 12-bedroom Keyonna Beach hotel in Antigua, ideal for romantic getaways, contrasts with the family-oriented Holiday Inn Resort Phuket Mai Khao Beach. Both are new to ‘Worldwide’ this year.
As for destinations, Kuoni has expanded its offering to Vietnam on the back of the new direct flights, with 19, mostly new, beach hotels. The key resorts of Mui Ne, Nha Trang, Hoi An and Danang are all included and now tantalisingly closer. They are offered as both beach-only holidays or combined with a city or a tour.
Kuoni’s depth of knowledge of the paradise islands of the Indian Ocean is played out on the pages too, with a large selection of exclusive properties to choose from. More pages are also devoted to the colourful Caribbean islands, with competitive prices, great offers and a wide selection of all-inclusive holidays. In tune with Kuoni’s expertise in tailor-making the perfect holiday, each hotel and tour in the brochure is labelled with an icon to guide customers during the decision making process to help find the perfect holiday to suit their needs. The nine icons are:
- Mind, Body & Soul
- Away from it all
- Time Together
- For Families
- Holiday with Friends
- Sun & Socialising
- I want it all
- Explore & Discover
- Go Beyond
“The new ‘Worldwide’ brochure gives everyone the opportunity to find the best holiday they can experience,” says Mark Duguid, Head of Market Management. “The concept and style has changed this year but the fundamentals haven’t and that’s down to our passion for travel and our knowledge of the fantastic places waiting to be discovered around the globe.”