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Oetker Collection announces the ‘European Odyssey’ – A private jet tour of Europe launching April 2017

Legacy 600 Private Jet

Legacy 600 Private Jet takes high flyers to London, Baden-Baden, Cap d’Antibes and Paris

With the trend for private jet travel more prevalent than ever before, the prestigious Oetker Collection has announced the introduction of a modern ‘European Odyssey’ – flying guests on a Legacy 600 private jet between four countries in a 12-day itinerary, launching 22nd April 2017.

Guests will be transported to Europe’s finest destinations to experience the best in art, history and gastronomy, at four of the Collection’s European masterpiece hotels: The Lanesborough, London; Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, Baden-Baden; Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, Cap d’Antibes; and Le Bristol, Paris.



FIRST STOP: LONDON, AT THE QUINTESSENTIALLY BRITISH, RECENTLY RELAUNCHED THE LANESBOROUGH

Beginning the journey at the iconic Lanesborough, guests will have exclusive access to some of the best in British landmarks; Highclere Castle, Stonehenge by private helicopter, and a private view of Alnwick Castle and the Waddeston estate. It will be the perfect time to experience The Lanesborough Club & Spa, launching March 2017. Set to become one of London’s most exclusive private member’s fitness and health clubs, it will offer those travelling on the European Odyssey special access to internationally recognised experts and leaders in the fields of fitness, beauty and wellness, including ila, La Prairie, Bodyism and Anastasia Achilleos.

LONDON TO BADEN-BADEN: THE ULTIMATE HEALTH RETREAT AT EUROPE’S MOST ADVANCED SPA, BRENNERS PARK-HOTEL & SPA

Departing London for Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa in historic spa town Baden-Baden, discerning travellers will experience Europe’s finest and most advanced destination spa. Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa has been a place of relaxation for the travelling elite since 1872. Here, the modern luxuries of a private home are wedded to cutting edge digital detox facilities. As part of the European Odyssey, a private invitation into the home of renowned interior designer Axel Vervoordt’s private 12th century home is extended, as well as a trip to Germany’s oldest golf club, the Belle Epoque Casino, and invitations to the revered galleries of Baden-Baden, Belgium and Berlin.

BADEN-BADEN TO NICE: BY WAY OF MILAN, A STOP AT EUROPE’S LEGENDARY HOTEL DU CAP-EDEN-ROC

Setting course southbound to Milan, guests will stop to discover the finest private collection of pianos en route to the French Riviera, where they will have the opportunity to marvel at the Picasso exhibition at Château Grimaldi and stroll the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, before ending the day at the iconic Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on Cap D’Antibes, looking over the Mediterranean.

FROM NICE – PROVENCE – PARIS: CONCLUDE IN STYLE AT PARISIAN PALACE HOTEL, LE BRISTOL

The crew departs the coast northwards, stopping off in Provence to explore Burgundy’s vineyards. Upon arrival in Paris, travellers will receive a private invitation to the Louis Vuitton Foundation, exclusive access to the Hermès and Berlutti ateliers and the chance to discover Maison Chaumet. The high-flying experience will draw to a glamorous close at Parisian palace hotel, Le Bristol.




Jean-Pierre Soutric, Senior Vice President Sales & Marketing of Oetker Collection, comments: “Over twelve days, passengers will share their passion for the finer things in life, jetting between our masterpiece hotels in London, Baden-Baden, the Riviera and Paris; crossing Europe for private access to absolutely the most exclusive destinations. Our partner, La Fugue Paris, has been chosen to orchestrate this exceptional journey curated for both the discerning and curious”.

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