Loveholidays.com is a dedicated online travel agent, which allows customers to quickly, easily and comfortably arrange entire holidays online. You can get in touch with the loveholidays.com customer service team, their bookings office or their head office in Hammersmith, London by calling their customer contact number, 0844 248 2661, whenever you need to. This number is manned by trained customer service staff and management at Love Holidays, and is available from 8am to 6.30pm from Monday to Friday, from 9am to 6pm on Saturday, and from 10am to 6pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays.
If for whatever reason you need to call the Love Holidays customer contact number, it’ll be there, fully manned and ready to resolve whatever issue you may be having or provide any information you might need. However, if calling the phone line is impossible or inconvenient, you can get in touch by alternative methods such as email and post, detailed later in this article.
Why might I need to call the Love Holidays customer contact number?
There are a number of reasons why you might decide to call the loveholidays.com customer contact number and get in touch. Whether you’re looking for more information on a potential holiday destination, need to know the specifics of a hotel or an airport, want to make a booking or alter one you’ve already made, the trained customer service staff manning the Love Holidays customer contact line will be able to help resolve the issue. You may also need to call:
- To make a booking
- To manage a booking which you’ve already made, view the details, or make any necessary alterations
- To cancel your booking
- To enquire about hotels, other accommodation, entertainment and facilities at your destination
- To manage your account
- To lodge a complaint or register a problem
- To ask for a refund
- To arrange flights or other travel methods
- To enquire about the predicted weather conditions at your destination
Love Holidays Contact Numbers
|Love Holidays Head Office||08442482661|
|Love Holidays Booking Office||08442482661|
|Love Holidays Enquiries||08442482661|
|Love Holidays Customer Services||08442482661|
|Love Holidays Complaints Line||08442482661|
Loveholidays.com Customer Contact Phone Line Opening Hours
|Monday||09:00 – 18:30 (9am – 6.30pm)|
|Tuesday||09:00 – 18:30 (9am – 6.30pm)|
|Wednesday||09:00 – 18:30 (9am – 6.30pm)|
|Thursday||09:00 – 18:30 (9am – 6.30pm)|
|Friday||09:00 – 18:30 (9am – 6.30pm)|
|Saturday||09.00 – 18.00 (9am – 6pm)|
|Sunday||10.00 – 18.00 (10am – 6pm)|
|Bank Holidays||10.00 – 18.00 (10am – 6pm)|
Loveholidays.com Alternative Contact Methods
As stated at the beginning of this article, the quickest, easiest and most effective way to get in contact with Loveholidays.com is to use their official customer care phone line, which you can reach on 08442482661. This line is manned from 9am to 6.30pm on weekdays, 9am to 6pm on Saturdays, and 10am to 6pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays. The staff manning it are trained specifically to be able to answer any questions you might have, or sort out any issue you may be experiencing so you can get back to arranging your holiday – or enjoying it, if you’re already there!
However, sometimes it isn’t practical or even possible to phone, and you need to rely on alternative methods of contact to get your message to the right people.
You can get in touch with Loveholidays.com using the following methods if phoning isn’t an option:
The official loveholidays.com website has a “Contact Us” page which includes a contact form that you can fill out and send away, allowing you to get in contact with them immediately. The form includes various fields which you need to fill before sending the message, to provide the amount of detail needed for the loveholidays team.
You can also get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Direct messages work in contacting Love Holidays, but the faster and more cost-effective way to get in touch is by using a wall post, tweet at the company or tag them in a comment to get their attention more publicly, ensuring a faster response.
If you’re a more old-fashioned letter-writing kind of person, or you need to send a physical copy of something to loveholidays.com, you can do so by mailing your message to Love Holidays’ contact centre, which can be found at the following address:
2 – 6 South Street
Please make sure before sending your letter that it is adequately stamped, as letters which have not been stamped fully for their journey may not reach the loveholidays.com contact centre in time, if they reach it at all.
A Brief History of loveholidays.com
The website now known as loveholidays.com was first launched in January of 2012 by Alex Francis, who is currently the CEO of the company, and his childhood friend Jonny Marsh, who currently serves as the COO. Previously, the pair had collaborated to launch the successful meta-search engine TravelMatch in 2010 – an important move for them, as the TravelMatch data and software was used to build Loveholidays.com, ensuring a quick, smooth release and an effective site based on past successes.
Initially, the website acted as a specialist online retailer for already-existing major tour operators, including immediately recognisable household names like Thomas Cook, Thomson, First Choice, and Cosmo Holidays, among others. Expanding on this successful platform, the company introduced their Flight Plus plan in October of 2013, growing more into the role that they now filled.
As a privately-owned company, the founders have considerable freedom of direction, and have used that to move quickly and intuitively from strength to strength. They have acquired the backing of high-profile industry figures such as Brent Hoberman, along with veterans of the travel website company industry like David Scowsill, the former CEO of Opodo, and Jon Moulton, the founder of Better Capital, who previously also served as a former managing partner of private equity company Alchemy Partners.
As of 2016, Love Holidays is one of the fastest growing and most popular online travel agents, growing with the trend towards online holiday planning which, while it has caused the closure of a huge number of high-street, physical travel agencies, has proved a huge boon to online travel services like Loveholidays.com. The website continues to go from strength to strength, and is currently in the process of acquiring new assets to allow even better holiday planning services to customers and provide many new destinations for holidaymakers to enjoy.