Your 2020 Holiday Travel Gift Guide


Gift giving can be heart-warming, magical, rewarding…and stressful. Does your mom want a new coffee mug? Does your mom even drink coffee? Did your boyfriend say he loved that scarf at the store or that he absolutely hated it? The process of brainstorming, debating, and keeping track of everyone’s preferences can induce some serious panic, but there’s one area of interest just about everyone can agree on: travel. Whether you have a jet setting pal or a loved one who’s always on the road, these travel items and experiences are the ultimate must-get gifts — you might even have to treat yourself to a few.

Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones – no cords, no noise, just you and your music (or awesome airplane movie). And they come in chic colors and patterns like forest green camo and matte black! $279.95.

Purebioderm Antioxidant Super Serum – A high potency blend of super antioxidants to protect against all the toxins you may encounter in the air and on the ground. $65/ounce.

Slipsilk eye mask + pillowcase Slipsilk combines shine, thickness, softness and durability, using the highest grade (6A) long fibre mulberry silk. Skip the airline mask and hotel bedding and actually get some much deserved rest. $42.50 for the eye mask, $72.25 for the pillowcase.

Madeleine Thompson cashmere wrap –Madeleine Thompson is known for making the most luxurious cashmere goods around, and this wrap is no exception. Layer it on during long, chilly flights. $437.

Dagne Dover London Carryall  – The super streamlined bag is lightweight, beautiful, and fits a laptop and enough clothes and toiletries for a long weekend. $185.

Fleur & Bee Starter Pack – If you’re hitting the road and looking for a comprehensive skincare routine to take with you, look no further than Fleur & Bee’s Starter Pack which includes a cleanser, vitamin C serum, rose water toner, eye cream, and moisturizer. $80.

Hudson + Bleecker Grotta Voyager Toiletry Bag – inspired by the sunsets of Reykjavik, this beautiful toiletry bag is roomy enough to store a fair amount of products and features two removable TSA-friendly clear cases and a detachable pouch. $88.

Hôtel de Glace (Ice Hotel) – If you know someone who’s ever dreamt of living in an actual winter wonderland, here’s your chance to make their dreams come true. Made entirely of snow and ice, the only ice hotel in North America has themed suites, an outdoor spa and sauna, and a bar that serves cocktails in glasses made of actual ice. Packages starting at $399.

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