ITC Luxury Travel is an employer that celebrates its hard-working staff. Each year we throw a series of social events to which teams from all departments are invited. As a company, we value each person and so these parties, trips and dinners are a big part of being one of the ITC family!

The big celebration

Year on year, our business is growing, making record-breaking profits and pioneering new ideas, brands and visions for the luxury travel industry. The drive and commitment this takes doesn't go unnoticed, and we think big in our celebrations as well as our business ambitions!

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In September 2015 the entire staff of ITC Luxury Travel was flown off for 24 hours in Tenerife, staying at the Ritz-Carlton Abama, to celebrate an unprecedented year of success and acknowledge the contributions of all involved. There was a beautiful dinner, awards, dancing into the night, and even some time on the beach.

This year the ITC Luxury Travel Group has grown so much that we'll be staying on UK soil for our celebrations, but they will be no less spectacular. Watch this space!

Travel Group competitions

 Easter

This Easter saw our first ever ITC Luxury Travel Group Easter bonnet competition, in which staff at offices across the country were invited to enter their own millinery creations. The top prize were flights courtesy of Virgin Atlantic, with plenty of treats for runners-up too.

Rooftop BBQs

At the Chester office we're lucky enough to have our very own 'cafe bar' on the top floor, with views out across this lovely cathedral city. Once a year we try to have a BBQ up here to celebrate the coming of summer months. (Please note, this is the northwest of England, so weather-permitting!) 

A day at the races

Each year, ITC Luxury Travel sponsors the ITC Summer Festival at Chester Racecourse and the whole team are invited along to join in the fun.

The Christmas Party!

Perhaps not so unique to ITC, but we guarantee a fun time had by all at our office parties. From silly dance routines to tropical cocktails, we put on quite the 'do'.