5 Star Travel Insurance from Admiral
5 Star rated Platinum level Travel Insurance
Our Platinum level cover has Defaqto's 5 Star rating.
Our travel insurance now covers you for certain events related to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
For more information about how Coronavirus (COVID-19) affects your travel cover, see our FAQ page. And remember to check the policy booklet carefully before you buy to make sure our cover meets your needs.
Single Trip Insurance is the perfect way to get covered if you don't travel often. Choose from three levels of cover: Admiral, Admiral Gold or Admiral Platinum.
If you plan on taking a few holidays in the next 12 months, our Annual Multi-Trip Travel Insurance cover may suit you better.
Here are the benefits included in our Single Trip Travel Insurance (excesses apply). Read the full list in the policy summary booklet.
You can choose from Admiral, Admiral Gold or Admiral Platinum Cover.
Emergency medical treatment & repatriation (Limits up to)
Cancellation or cutting short your trip (Limits up to)
Personal belongings (Limits up to)
Money & documents (Limits up to)
Whether you want the adrenaline rush of a skiing holiday, or fancy taking to the seas on a cruise, you'll need to add extra cover to your policy. Our Winter Sports Upgrade or Cruise Upgrade need to be added otherwise your trip won't be covered.
Yes, you do. Research by the Foreign Office shows 48% of holidaymakers don't realise that without travel insurance they'd be liable to pay for their own medical cover abroad. Many people believe they're covered just by carrying their European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) if it’s still in date, or the new Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) that’s replacing it.
However, if you need medical attention the chances are only part of the costs will be taken care of. The EHIC and GHIC aren't an alternative to travel insurance and they won't cover potentially expensive costs such as mountain rescue in ski resorts, flights back to the UK, or lost or stolen property.
Depending on the cover option you choose – Admiral, Admiral Gold, or Admiral Platinum – you'll receive up to £5,000 to cover the costs of your trip, including:
You can claim on your travel insurance if you’ve cancelled your trip for one of these reasons:
Find out more about claiming if your trip is cancelled in the policy booklet.
Like any insurance policy there are some things that aren't covered by Admiral Single Trip Travel Insurance including:
You can read the full list of exclusions in your policy documents.
A pre-existing medical condition is a short or long term illness or injury you have or have had before you buy travel insurance. This includes having symptoms, tests, diagnosis or medical treatment for a condition.
You can declare your pre-existing medical conditions during the quote process to see if we can offer cover. If you’re unsure what needs to be declared or if you're unable to find your condition on the medical conditions list, please contact us on 0333 234 9913.
Your pre-existing medical conditions won’t be covered unless you’ve:
Policy terms and conditions apply. Please note, if you’ve had a positive diagnosis of Covid-19 and been prescribed medication, received treatment, or had a consultation with a doctor or hospital specialist for any medical condition in the past two years, this needs to be declared on your policy.
If you don’t tell us about your pre-existing medical conditions or give us incorrect information, your policy may be invalid, and we may refuse all or part of any claim you submit.
For a quote with us, click the green button above.
If you require cover for more serious medical conditions, MoneyHelper may be able to help you find specialist travel insurance through their medical directory.
We're sure you'll love our great products but maybe you have a few questions. You can find answers in this section.
If you’re not a frequent traveller and will take one holiday a year, this type of cover might be better for you than an annual policy which covers numerous trips over the year. Both give protection against things like cancelled trips, lost luggage and a host of sporting activities
Your cover begins on the day you selected for it to start and finish (your holiday dates), but your cancellation period starts from the date you bought the cover.
Accidents and illnesses caused by drinking too much alcohol aren’t covered by your policy.
Yes, Admiral’s holiday insurance covers emergency medical treatment and repatriation as standard. Our emergency assistance service may arrange for your repatriation to your home area if our medical adviser or the doctor treating you thinks it’s safe. The amount covered depends on the tier you choose:
Single trip travel insurance covers you for one trip only, lasting up to 365 days. You must set off from and return to the UK.
This is different to an annual travel insurance policy, which covers all the trips (up to 31 days at a time) you take in 12 months.
No, Admiral doesn't offer one way travel insurance. To buy our cover, you'll need to be travelling from and returning to the UK.
Off to one of the destinations below? Take a look at our guides for some hints and tips on what you need to remember.
Whether you're travelling solo, with your family, or with a little one on the way, read our guides to make sure our cover is right for you.