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WELCOME EDITOR


Hollie-Rae Brader +44 (0) 20 7881 4853


FEATURES WRITER Erica Bush


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Aspire is published by Travel Weekly Group Ltd, 52 Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1W 0AU. Registration number 6927031. Registered address:


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KATIE MCGONAGLE


Travel Weekly’s features editor reveals how Las Vegas has shed its ‘Sin City’ reputation to become a


hub for sports, spas and top dining. ªPage 36


SUE BRYANT


%TWKUG CƂEKQPCFQ 5WG IKXGU VJG lowdown on the latest in luxury cruising and reviews Hapag-Lloyd


Cruises’ Hanseatic Inspiration. ªPages 62 and 98


CONTRIBUTORS LAURA FRENCH


Laura highlights the adventures clients can have on a Rhine river cruise and reviews Kenyan lodge


Elewana Loisaba Lodo Springs. ªPages 75 and 124


SARAH SIESE


Sarah shares her love of the unique artwork and deep diving at Joali, one of the most-talked-about new


openings in the Maldives. ªPage 116


HOLLIE-RAE BRADER EDITOR, ASPIRE


hollie@travelweekly.co.uk +44 (0) 20 7881 4853 @aspiretravel


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A NOTE FROM THE EDITOR T


he travel industry has faced countless challenges this year, from airline strikes and company failures to the ongoing saga


that is Brexit. But our industry is a resilient one, and when it gets tough we come together to tackle issues head on. I have no doubt that will remain the case as we head into 2020. For Aspire, 2020 will be a big year as we celebrate our 10th anniversary. Look out over the coming months as we unveil details of how we’re planning to mark this milestone. Over the past decade, Aspire has evolved to ensure we provide our agent readers with the best insights into the luxury sector. To help achieve this, we have increased our magazine frequency to ƂXG KUUWGU C [GCT +P VJKU GFKVKQP [QWoNN ƂPF C UGEVKQP FGFKECVGF to luxury cruising, in response to your requests to learn more. 1P VQR QH VJCV [QWoNN ƂPF VJG The Wish List 2020 supplement alongside this issue, highlighting the 40 travel experiences your clients most desire. It’s the perfect tool to inspire your customers. Our events network continues to grow too, with the recent


Aspire Awards joining our Leaders of Luxury conference and overseas VIP trip The Retreat as must-attend events. Here’s to a prosperous and exciting 2020.


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