This new luxury travel service promises to make even the most unique holiday dreams come true  

The House of DreamMaker luxury boat trip

Is there anything as dreamy as a tailor-made trip, designed to your exact specifications, and offering an experience like no other? 

The House of DreamMaker doesn’t think so – and we’d be inclined to agree. 

A unique luxury travel boutique, The House of DreamMaker specialises in creating truly one-of-a-kind, first-class holidays, for those looking to book the ultimate in luxury and literally make their travel dreams come true. Even better, the service, run by boutique travel design specialist, Gregory Patrick (“The DreamMaker” himself) has just launched in the UK. 

An incredible expedition, organised by luxury travel curator the House Of Dream Maker
The House of Dreammaker, which creates one-of-a-kind, first-class holidays, has launched in the UK.

It’s welcome news for the most discerning British travellers who are looking to elevate their experiences of the world to a whole new level of luxury. They wouldn’t be alone, either: Forbes reports that personalised travel is one of the biggest trends in the travel industry right now, and according to a recent report by Harvard Business Review, unique, personalised experiences are increasingly a priority for travellers. The same research also found that an enormous 90% of travellers also expect travel companies to know their interests and anticipate their needs. 

For some, those needs simply include butlers, private jets, and never-been-done experiences. 

Thankfully, when it comes to personalised travel in the upper echelons of luxury, the new UK arm of The House of DreamMaker has it covered, having been organising exclusive luxury travel experiences internationally for more than three decades. 

The House of DreamMaker boat experience
The House of DreamMaker’s luxury experiences span the globe – often by private jet, but sometimes by boat.

The ultimate luxury travel concierge, with this service, if you can dream it, you can do it. Think: attending the Cannes Film Festival’s opening night with money-can’t-buy tickets, before taking a helicopter over the French riviera, and then departing on a private jet to a mountain-top in Naples for dinner, or journeying into the paradise of South America on an adventuring via private jet spanning the jungles, cities, and wine country of Argentina and Chile, ending in windswept Ushuaia for six nights on a one-of-a-kind luxury ship throughout Antarctica. 

One of the most spectacular trips the Dreammaker has organised lately, however, has to be the trailblazing ‘Passport to 50’ experience. Costing $13.75 million, this private jet-flown affair was the first private passage designed to circumnavigate the globe, covering 50,000 kilometres with 20 cities in just 20 days. 

It’s perhaps no surprise, then, that the company’s curated itineraries are described as “trips that blur the line between fantasy, reality and reverie.” 

As another first, the company is also the first global luxury services platform to accept cryptocurrencies, while its new expansion into the UK will also help DreamMaker to source new estates for its “hotel-at-home” experiences. 

Of the launch, DreamMaker founder Gregory Patrick said, “Our expansion into London will enable us to better serve our international clients with world-first experiences. We believe this move will help contribute to tourism in and out of the country and create new job opportunities for local residents.” 

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