Luxury Retreats

Our global team of 150+ passionate travel enthusiasts & partners hand-pick and professionally inspect each luxury villa ensuring that its guests are offered the very best. As a full service villa rental company, Luxury Retreats offers guests complimentary concierge services, 24/7 worldwide guest support, as well as villa specialists who help travelers find their perfect villa - all without charging any membership fees.
Parent Company
Montréal, CA
Luxury Retreats was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Montréal, CA

Luxury Retreats Office Locations

Luxury Retreats has an office in Montréal
Montréal, CA (HQ)
2210 5530 Rue St-Patrick

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Total Funding

$16 m


In total, Luxury Retreats had raised $16 m. Luxury Retreats is a subsidiary of Airbnb

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Billionaire Larry Ellison teamed up with Robert De Niro and chef Nobu Matsuhisa to open a hotel where rooms start at $1,100 a night

Ten years after he bought the beachfront Casa Malibu Inn for $20 million, Oracle founder Larry Ellison is just about ready to unveil the first in a new group of ultra-high-end luxury retreats.He's doing it with a trio of high-profile partners: Robert De Niro, chef Nobu Matsu…

Airbnb finalizes deal to buy social payments startup Tilt

 Airbnb has finalized its deal to buy social payments startup Tilt, TechCrunch has confirmed. We first reported the acquisition talks last month, but now everything has been made official. We are told that investors will be getting back about $12 million in cash, but the deal value is tens of millio…

Airbnb is realizing rich people need a villa where they can crash

Spare bedrooms just aren’t cutting it anymore for Airbnb. The home-and-room rental site this week announced it is buying Luxury Retreats, a Montreal-based site for…

10 things in tech you need to know today (TWTR, FB)

Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Friday. 1. Snapchat's parent company, Snap Inc., is seeking to price its initial public offering at $14 (£11) to $16 (£13) a share. It's setting its valuation below initial expectations. 2. Mark Zuckerberg has shared …

Weekly Roundup: Tech companies rally against Trump’s immigration ban, Zenefits cuts workforce again

 Tech companies continued to rally against Trump’s immigration ban, Android Wear 2.0 finally launched, Airbnb bought up another company and Zenefits laid off 45 percent of its workforce. These are the top stories of the week. Read More

10 things in tech you need to know today (TSLA, AAPL, FB)

1. Apple CEO Tim Cook met with UK Prime Minister Theresa May and discussed Brexit. Cook stopped off at Number 10 during his European tour yesterday, and reportedly said he was optimistic for post-Brexit Britain. 2. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has hit out against factory workers' co…
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