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Thank you for choosing Bexley Travel Bexley Travel can handle all your vacation travel needs. Whether you want Europe or Florida, Africa or Las Vegas, we have it all. We offer cruises, tours, and vacation packages. We have Certified Travel Consultants and a Master Cruise Counselor on staff. Places our staff have visited include the Caribbean and Mexico, Europe, Asia, India, South Pacific, and North and South America. Meetings & Incentive Travel Do you have any more questions, comments or concerns? Please contact our wonderful ( and super friendly ) staff to discuss further needs or to make your reservations right now!
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Phone: (614) 235-8698

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all major credit cards
Eastlawn, East Columbus
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Parking: Lot, Private

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

By Appointment Only: No


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I booked a trip for a wedding and the agent did not communicate with me about the payments until the week prior to the final payment being due. 6 months went by with no communication from the agency. Granted I realize that it is my responsibility to make payments, however, as everyone else, we all get busy. I have booked with other companies that send reminders to make payments each month. Not this company! The most communication I received from them was to remind me that if I didn't make the payment by the due date I would lose my deposit. That was 3 days prior to the cancellation. When I asked for an extension by one week they told me NO! I will NEVER book with them again, nor refer them to anyone for services.

Kyle L.



They are not very helpful when it comes to you finding the best deals... very very rude I honestly would not use there service ever again.



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What a great experience!

I have worked with Bexley Travel twice now with excellant results. The staff is both helpful and courteous. They offer professional advice. They have booked two trips for me now, and I have been very pleased! I have also appreciated their emphasis on finding the best deals available.



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Customer Service is Lacking

I recently tried to book a cruise with my entire family through this company. After paying my deposit I received my bill in the mail and my total was significantly higher than the price that I was quoted. I discussed this with my family to find that the travel agent had made a ""mistake"" when quoting us our totals over the telephone. I NEVER received a call from anyone at the company explaining the increased fee. The bill simply stated deposit amount paid along with the remaining balance. No description of what I was paying for. It didn't even list how much I was paying in tax. I decided to cancel since I was on the fence about whether or not I should spend the money to go in the first place. When I called to cancel, I was told that ""my"" agent was on vacation and that she could assist me with cancelling my trip when she returned from vacation in a week (Fortunately I am well within 60 days of booking to so I should get a full refund). After a week I called back and was told that she would cancel my reservation and return the money to my credit card within 2 to 3 weeks. I should have booked directly with the cruise line :(



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World'sworst travel agent?

In mid-March, I contacted Bexley travel to book a vacation to London in the UK. All that I intended to use the agent for was to book airfare and a hotel for my week's stay. The airfare was not a problem, and the agent booked it without a fee, as she would be compensated by the airline. When it came time to pick a hotel, I had chosen a hotel that she would not be able to collect any commission on, so I had to pay her fee in order to have it booked for me, this was not a problem at the time. About a week before I was supposed to leave, all European air traffic ground to a halt due to Volcanic activity in Iceland, and the UK seemed to be especially affected. Naturally, I called my travel agent during regular business hours to see if there was anything that I needed to do in case I could not travel. Because our travel dates were TOTALLY inflexible, I wanted to start some kind of backup plan in case I could not travel to Europe. The gentleman who answered the phone when I called with a simple question was very rude, and treated me like an iritating child with a lot of stupid questions. His exact response was ""Everything will be fine. I just saw on the news that they are already reopening the airports."" I know now that he must have been lying to me, the airports were NOT reopened that day, so he could not possibly have seen it on the news. In fact, during the shutdown, only 6 commercial flights took off from London airports, and there were NO commercial landings. After lying to me, this gentleman basically told me not to worry that everything would be fine. So I trusted my travel agents expertise and didn't worry. The crisis continued to be in a major headline, but I received no further contact from my agent regarding any possible complications. On the day before we were scheduled to leave, the airports were all still closed, and most of northern Europe was a total no-fly zone with some 20,000 flights being cancelled daily. With growing concern, I attempted to contact my travel agent via phone & email, but I received no response. Later on, my flight was officially cancelled by the airline, and still, I received no contact from the agent. Again, my travel dates were NOT at all flexible, and with no contact from the agency I was finally forced to completely restructure an international trip with no assistance from the travel agent I had already paid. I had to choose a new destination on my own. I had to call the hotel myself and cancel my reservations to avoid charges on my credit card. I had to call the airline and wait on hold for hours on my own because my travel agent could not be reached and find out how to re-book the tickets. Because I ultimately only paid the agent to book a hotel room, and I ended up not using that hotel room, and because this agent was not available when I needed her most, I felt warranted in sending an email asking for a refund of the booking fee I paid. The only reply I received to that message was basically ""Sorry, that's not possible, and I hope you had a great time at your alternate destination. You should have called during regular business hours [not a Saturday] and we could have helped"". I then replied to her and explained again that I DID call during the week and was rebuffed, and that once my flight was actually cancelled and I knew I had a problem, it was already a Saturday. I then asked again for a refund because she ultimately provided no service, all that I paid her for was undone completely and I don't understand how I should have to pay someone for something that I didn't receive. Furthermore, if I had received accurate, truthful information when I first called with my concerns, none of this would have been an issue. If I hadn't been so quickly dismissed by the person who answered the phone that day, we would have been able to come up with a backup plan together, and I would have been saved a lot of stress and hardship.