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Lauren founded Arbiter Travel Co. as a resource for travelers who share in her passion for discovering beautiful places and things.
Raised on the East Coast, Lauren has lived in Los Angeles for over a decade. She studied Public Relations and Art History at the University of Southern California, and started her career in marketing and merchandising for several luxury lifestyle brands before turning her lifetime love of travel into a full-time job.
Lauren specializes in designing bespoke experiences with concierge-style planning services, offering highly customized itineraries alongside expert knowledge and premium content – giving clients access to one-of-a-kind destinations. She works with sophisticated travelers who have a strong appreciation for high-end, authentic experiences to craft unique journeys – within a range of budgets – for couples, families, groups, and business travelers.
Whether planning a weekend staycation or the bucket list trip of a lifetime, Lauren’s mission is to provide clients with an unforgettable and seamless experience that is curated just for them – and is nothing less than the very best.
I would go to Paris once a month if I could, I love everything about it… And I am dying to return to Africa as soon as I can. As cliché as it sounds, going there and being on safari was such a life-changing experience, and there is so much more to see.
I haven’t unlocked that secret just yet, but my secret skin-saving ritual on long or overnight flights is to apply an oxygen face mask as soon as I board the plane. It dries clear, so no one knows I have it on, and keeps my skin super-hydrated and calm. So even if I feel bad when I arrive, at least I look refreshed!
Think beyond souvenir shops – find something that means something to you and start a collection from your travels. I try to bring back a piece of original local art from every new city I visit. I also collect copies of Alice in Wonderland, so if I ever spot it in a new language at a local bookshop or flea market (or even the airport newsstand), I’m sure to pick one up.