4. Rolls Royce at the Badrutt’s Palace, St Moritz
When you arrive at St. Moritz station or Samedan airport with Badrutt’s Palace as your destination you will be welcomed by a white-gloved chauffeur for a ride in one of the hotel’s three Rolls Royces. Interestingly one of the hotel’s Rolls Royce Phantom was once owned by Her Majesty Elizabeth II, Queen of England.
3. Seaplane at the One and Only Hayman Island, Australia
Treat yourself to a seaplane transfers to One&Only Hayman Island from Great Barrier Reef Airport on Hamilton Island for a glimpse of magnificent ocean views and small quaint islands. But if the day is pleasant, there’s nothing to match the feeling of soaring over the azure ocean with only relaxation and pleasure on your mind. One-way transfer prices per aircraft to/from Great Barrier Reef Airport start at A$1,100.
2. Helicopter at the Six Senses Zil Pasyon, Seychelles
The Six Senses Zil Pasyon also offers memorable helicopter transfers which take you on a 20 minute trip over emerald islands and blue waters with arrival on the resort’s own jetty helipad. The views alone are worth the effort of booking a helicopter transfer, but rest assured the Six Senses Zil Pasyon is a destination that you will be looking forward to arriving at. Prices start at €919 one way.
1. Luxury yacht at the Dusit Thani Maldivies
When in the Maldives the best way to arrive is to sail into your destination aboard the magnificent Dusit Thani Maldives’ Azimut 42, a sleek 13-meter luxury yacht with elegantly designed spacious interiors. This exclusive transfer is available on request and guests will be received at Ibrahim Nasir International Airport where the crew awaits. As many as 8 guests will be treated to canapés, chilled Prosecco and refreshing juices as you enjoy the dreamy 4-hour cruise to the resort. Dusit Thani Maldives is a member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts.