Two nights at a Crown Hotels property in Melbourne including buffet breakfasts from $219 or a $999 three-night stay at the 5-star Nikki Beach Resort & Spa in Dubai from just $999.

They’re just a few of the deals travellers can book on Australia’s premium travel site – Bon Voyage.

Launched today by The Catch Group aka the guys that run Scoopon and Catch of the Day, the online platform is designed to offer Australians affordable access to luxury or premium travel products.


Speaking to KarryOn, Bon Voyage’s General Manager Jon Beros said there was growing demand from Scoopon subscribers for more higher end accommodation and cruising, and so this made moving into luxury and premium travel “an organic step”.

“Bon Voyage will bring to its customers a range of inspirational and aspirational destination content that will allow them to dream, research, plan and book.”

Jon Beros, Bon Voyage General Manager

Luxury products aside, Beros said what sets Bon Voyage apart from the other travel deal sites is its partners, which are made up of well-known (and sometimes overly pricey) brands such as Crown Hotels, Nikki Beach Dubai as well as Muli Valley, Cenpara Grand Bangkok and Warwrick Fiji.

The premium platform has also managed to convince Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises to come onboard with an exclusive direct partnership, making it the first time the two cruise lines have worked with a flash sale travel site.

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These partnerships are responsible for delivering offers such as $1,799 for a twin-share interior cabin on one of Royal Caribbean’s South Pacific cruises.

Oh, and let’s not forget, Bon Voyage is also backed by well-know Aussie model, Jennifer Hawkins, who’ll not only be the face of the brand but assist in handpicked holidays.

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Beros described Hawkins as a “partner in the business” who’ll be actively involved in promoting the site and “shaping the destinations and experiences”.

“Jennifer’s passion for travel continues to run deep with what she values in her life.”

Jon Beros, Bon Voyage General Manager

“When we sat down and ran through the blue print of Bon Voyage and how we could have Jennifer involved in handpicking and designing the curated experiences and partners, she was excited to be a part of what we considered to be the next generation of in the Australian market.

“Jennifer’s brand alignment for luxury and premium position aligned with her other ambassadorial roles such as Myer, Land Rover and the charity work she does around Australia.”

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Outside of the website, Bon Voyage will have a travel concierge team on-hand to support any customer enquiries between 9.00am and 9.00pm Monday to Sunday.

“Our travel concierge specialist can even book a dinner reservation,” Beros added.

What do you think of Bon Voyage?