Join Kaleidoskope As a Partner

By Joining Kaleidoskope Travel as a Partner you will gain our audiences of eager travelers who are sustainably minded.

Our Current Partners

Small Luxury Hotels of the World (www.slh.com) This hotel collection offer resorts, urban escapes, wine properties, chateaux hotels, spa hotels and more around the world. We can offer our clients + travelers a luxury experience.  Joining their club is Free and the SLH perks increase the more you travel. Club Members might receive Free Nights, Meal Vouchers, Spa Experiences and more.

Tablet Hotels + Tablet Plus  (www.tablethotels.com) This unique collection of hotels is also partners with MICHELIN GUIDE and our clients can join the PLUS travel club FREE OF CHARGE.  The Tablet Plus hotels collection is an exclusive group of properties that is only accessible

POL COURONNE CHAMPAGNE (https://www.champagne-polcouronne.com) will be offering a unique tasting experience for Kaleidoskope Customers upon their arrival in Champagne region of France. Our concierge can arrange this for you as well as your local hotel bookings.

For Further Information or to book a free Consultation, feel free to get in touch: [email protected]

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(*Note: we may receive a compensation from our partners)

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