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Ever since watching Taxi Driver as a film student, I’ve been slightly obsessed with Robert De Niro. I’ve even stayed at his hotel in New York. Now he’s expanding even more into hospitality – hotels in Miami, Barbuda and London – so I’m thinking our paths might now cross one day? Who knows! Until then, I was happy to listen to some other celebs during Virtuoso Travel Week – in case you missed it, we’ve rounded up what they had to say and some of the other highlights from this incredible event, which (perhaps not surprisingly) bode very well for the future of luxury travel advisors.

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