Our clients are constantly looking for new ways to treat their VIP guests both within the UK as well as on an international level……

Customizing a trip to individual needs is paramount with any corporate travel. The Initio team set about designing an event based around requirements for fine dining, exceptional hospitality, and once in a life time opportunity; with a fun, laid back and flexible itinerary throughout. A three night stay in New York was to prove the perfect solution.

Clients arrived at JFK airport to be greeted by our dedicated team, who would be overseeing the groups personal requirements for the duration of the trip. Executive transfers brought guests to their hotel, the stunning 5* Quin Hotel, perfectly located on 57th Street and within effortless distance of Central Park and 5th Avenue couture shopping.

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The final weekend in October was set to be an extra lively one with a frenzy of Halloween events taking over the city. The exclusive nightspot Guastavino’s was selected to host our VIP clients for Friday night celebrations in full fancy dress attire. VIP tables, bottle service and open bar tabs started the event in style.

Other key features of the event included premium seats for the Broadway hit Jersey Boys, a VIP helicopter sight seeing tour of the city, as well a VIP Empire State Building Experience.



Among other evenings, clients were treated to a private dining experience at the highly commended Sparks Steak House. Located in Midtown, the beautiful private dining room came with its exclusive bar service for the evening.  In 1985, mob kingpin Paul Castellano was assassinated on the sidewalk outside Sparks. The hit launched the career of mob boss John Gotti and brought national attention to a place now considered one of the best steakhouses in Manhattan.

Clients were also given the freedom within the trips’ jam packed itinerary to shop on 5th Avenue and explore Central Park.


All in all a huge success with a return trip booked for January 2015.