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International Luxury Travel Market 2012 | www.iltm.net ORIENT EXPRESS -


NORTH & CENTRAL AMERICA PROPERTIES


Web: www.lasamanna.com A world-class luxury resort hotel tucked away on the beautiful island of St Martin in the Caribbean, an enviable beach location with stunning views of the Caribbean Sea.


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- IBERIAN HOTELS Web: www.laresidencia.com


Hotel Ritz Madrid, La Residencia (Mallorca) and Reid’s Palace (Madeira): three individually decorated luxury properties set in unique locations - in the heart of Madrid’s “Golden Triangle”, in the middle of the Sierra Tramuntana and olive groves or on cliff tops overlooking the Bay of Funchal.


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Web: www.oyikilviajes.com.ar Oyikil provides incoming services for individuals, families, oncentives and special interest groups in Argentina, Chile & Uruguay. We balance unique accommodations with amazing experiences set in private for your clients. Buenos Aires, Patagonia, Iguazú Falls, the Wine Country and Atacama Desert are some of our destinations in South America.


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ORIENT EXPRESS - TRAINS & CRUISES


Web: www.orient-express.com For more than a century the name Orient-Express has symbolised the world’s greatest train journey. Today it stands for so much more offering luxury rail journeys throughout the UK, Europe and South East Asia as well as exclusive river and canal adventures in Myanmar and France.


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ORIENT-EXPRESS ASIA Web: www.orient-express.com


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Orient-Express in Asia boasts a collection of bespoke resorts throughout 5 countries which offers genuine cultural


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PALACE HOTEL TOKYO Web: www.lhw.com/palace


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Palace Hotel which opened in May 2012 is located in central Tokyo directly across from the Imperial Palace. With its singular, moat-side location, the 23 storey hotel offers incomparable view of Tokyo from all of its guest


rooms and spa facilities as well as from its dining outlets. Sharing on the stand of The Leading Hotels Of The World, Ltd.


ORIENT EXPRESS HOTELS,


TRAINS & CRUISES Web: www.orient-express.com


Orient-Express: a name synonymous with the ultimate in luxury and service for over 25 years, Orient-Express owns and manages hotels, trains, cruises and restaurants in some of the most magical locations our planet has to offer. Orient-Express encompasses a myriad of luxury travel experiences to suit all tastes.


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HOTELS & TRAINS - PERU Web: www.orient-express.com


Authentic local experiences make travel more rewarding. They surprise. They inspire. Whatever they do, they keep us coming back for more. What makes our Peruvian hotels special are their unique characters. The local culture and environment of each one has had a direct impact on


the experience of being there. Sharing on the stand of Orient Express.


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PALACIO DUHAU - PARK HYATT BUENOS AIRES


Web: www.buenosaires.park.hyatt.com Palacio Duhau - Park Hyatt Buenos aires is located in fashionable Recoleta. The Hotel incorporates the city´s historical past with an early 20th Century Palace along with innovative contemporary design and ultra-modern comforts. Featuring beautiful gardens, the hotel offers a


stunning array of sights and experiences. Sharing on the stand of Hyatt Hotels & Resorts.


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Web: www.orient-express.com We are curators of unique experiences and gather together the delightful, the unexpected, the authentic and the meaningful. Authentic local experiences make travel more rewarding as they surprise and inspire and keep us coming back for more. Our hotels, restaurants and trains


are special due to their unique characters. Sharing on the stand of Orient Express.


ORIENT-EXPRESS, ITALY Web: www.orient-express.com


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Orient-Express, the name behind an elite collection of travel experiences, and Italy the most beautiful country in the world. Let us guide you in an exciting adventure from Venice to Florence and from Portofino to Ravello. Today that evocative name also embraces 2 hotels in Taormina, the pearl of Sicily.


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PALÁCIO ESTORIL HOTEL, GOLF AND SPA


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Web: www.palacioestorilhotel.com Luxury, famous and historical 5 star hotel situated in Estoril just 25 km from Lisbon city centre and international airport. Charming and classic bedrooms, meeting rooms, golf course, spa and thermal centre, all these fantastic


facilities for an unforgettable stay at the Pálacio. Sharing on the stand of Small Luxury Hotels Of The World.


ORIENT-EXPRESS - GRAND HOTEL EUROPE


Web: www.grandhoteleurope.com A cultural and culinary landmark, Grand Hotel Europe has played a central role in the life of St Petersburg for over 130 years. A truly iconic Orient-Express hotel, it stands on Nevsky Prospekt among the city’s great architectural treasures - renowned for its impressive façade and decorative interiors.


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OUT OF THE BLUE CAPSIS


ELITE RESORT - CRETE Web: www.capsis.com


The Out Of The Blue, Capsis Elite Resort in Crete is a luxury resort which was completely renovated in 2008 and is laid out over a unique private peninsula surrounded by a Botanical Park with beautiful views of the Aegean


Sea and three beautiful beaches. Sharing on the stand of Greek National Tourism Organisation.


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PALAIS COBURG RESIDENZ Web: www.palais-coburg.com


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The 5-star superior hotel with its outstanding architecture offers not only 35 luxury suites (also equipped for longstays) but also a spa, a fine dining gourmet restaurant, one of the most exclusive wine cellars in Europe and outstanding function rooms. Suites from 670 - 2700 Euros per night.


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