We're not ones to toot our own horn, but we certainly love appearing in and out of the national and international press...which happens weekly might we add.
But in all seriousness, there's nothing better than being recognised for what we do best - villa holidays. Below are some of our most recent press mentions, all of which we're incredibly proud of. After all, there's no such thing as bad press.
To view our latest awards check out the Awards Page >>
We can all agree that 2020 has been a challenging year. So, we were humbled and thrilled when we found out we were voted one of the best villa rental companies in the world at this year’s global Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Choice Awards!
Forbes had a interview with our co-founder Oliver Bell to discuss everything about Oliver's Travels. From how we choose our properties to which locations are going to be big in 2021, we have all the answers in this article.
Even during times of travel uncertainty, The Telegraph discussed the surge in demand for stays in fabulous homes in secluded spots both at home and abroad this summer, mentioning our 'Book with Confidence' campaign.
To celebrate the release of the 25th James Bond film, we launched a bespoke package that brings guests to Tuscany to live out their ultimate spy dream. As well as sleeping in Talamon Tower, an iconic landmark that was featured in 2008’s Quantum of Solace, travellers will take part in speedboat rides, cocktail classes and casino nights.
Every December the Sunday Times releases a Fast Track 100 detailing the top fastest-growing privately owned businesses over the last 3 years – this year we were ranked number 80 on their 2019 list.
The Sunday Telegraph have treated their readers to a guide on how to book the ideal villa holiday just in time for the upcoming summer season, and Oliver’s Travels made the list of their recommended providers in Europe.
Our co-founders Oliver Bell and Ravi Sabharwal are interviewed by The Evening Standard to discuss where Oliver's Travels began and all the exciting places it's headed!