CV Villas reports increase in trade bookings against 2019

CV Villas has reported a 52% increase in the number of trade bookings for January 2022 compared to the same period in 2019.

The accommodation specialist has also seen a 61% increase in the number of bookings for its collection of multi-generational properties compared to 2019 and reported a ‘significant boom’ in families wanting to book larger properties.

Italy and Greece have been the most popular destinations for summer bookings. Due to increased demand for European, CV Villas added two new villas to its portfolio last month: Villa Torrione in Siena, Italy; and Villa Antheia on the Greek island of Corfu.

Business development manager Chris Etheridge said: “People are once more feeling confident about returning to travel and this surge in bookings highlights the continued rise in popularity for villa holidays.

“In particular, there’s been a huge increase in large family holidays as people re-evaluate what’s important and wish to spend more time together with reunion trips. Combined with our price parity offer to trade partners we gain a lot of support and traction from all sides which has led to this increase in bookings.”

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