And they’re gravitating toward travel that enables them to live out their personal values and fulfill their dreams through exclusive experiences. In this new landscape, “luxury travel” can mean flying by helicopter to a remote desert peak for an exclusive yoga class. Or, it could mean passing up the comfort of a resort stay for a once-in-a-lifetime dive to the wreck of the Titanic – a “vacation” that requires specialized training in addition to the ultra-premium price. A newly-released report, "The Future of Luxury Travel," by Sabre Hospitality Solutions in collaboration with TrendWatching, reveals five key areas impacting how customers will choose luxury accommodations and experiences in the years ahead. Source: Sabre Hospitality