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International Luxury Travel Market 2012 | www.iltm.net THE ROYAL HORSEGUARDS


HOTEL LONDON


Web: www.theroyalhorseguards.com Multi award winning 5 star in the heart of London, beside the River Thames, between City and Mayfair. Spacious bedrooms and suites, suitable for individuals, couples and groups visiting for business or pleasure. Wonderful array of all day dining options, for all tastes, complemented by


a genuine British client service. Sharing on the stand of Preferred Hotel Group.


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THE ROYAL PORTFOLIO


EXHIBITOR PROFILES V140


Web: www.theroyalportfolio.com The Royal Portfolio, comprising of Royal Malewane, Birkenhead House and La Residence are three unique destination hotels created by Liz Biden. Specialising in bush, winelands and ocean safaris, our purpose is to provide guests with a complete experience and a perfect stay.


Sharing on the stand of XO Private.


111 SAINT-TROPEZ 5* HOTELS J200


Web: www.ot-saint-tropez.com Saint-Tropez is a myth everyone dreams about. The village proposes a blend of fame, prestige and high standards whilst remaining a typical Provençal. The Hotel Byblos and the Hotel Villa Belrose invite you to discover our unique destination.


Sharing on the stand of Atout France.


ROYAL MANSOUR MARRAKECH Q140 Web: www.royalmansour.com


Royal Mansour is a replica of the old medina of Marrakech. Hosting 53 private riads ranging from 1 bedroom (140sqm) to 4bedrooms (1800sqm), restaurants supervised by 3* chef Yannick Alleno and a Spa of


2500sqm. All in the very heart of the city. Sharing on the stand of Condé Nast Johansens.


ROYAL RIVIERA Web: www.royal-riviera.com


5* Hotel, member of Leading Hotels, ideally located on the very exclusive peninsula of Cap Ferrat, a short distance from both Monaco and Nice. 94 rooms & Suites, a private Villa, 4 meeting rooms, 2 restaurants, one outdoor heated pool, a private sandy beach and a wellness centre.


Sharing on the stand of The Leading Hotels Of The World, Ltd.


W150


SALA RESORTS AND SPAS


C190


Web: www.salaresorts.com SALA Resorts and Spas offer luxury pool villa resorts in Samui, Phuket and Khao Yai Thailand. SALA Resorts provide a comfortable and relaxing holiday experience. Guests are pampered with personalised services amidst a unique ambiance created by harmonious blend of Thai


architecture and luxury facility. Sharing on the stand of Tourism Authority Of Thailand.


ROYAL MYCONIAN IMPERIAL RESORT & VILLAS


W150


Web: www.myconiancollection.gr We can offer the finest VIP services and exclusive accommodation, deluxe suites and Villas. We organise venues, facilities and services for all your special events, like executive conferences, board meetings, incentive programs and weddings. Our team can assist you with all


phases of planning and execution. Sharing on the stand of The Leading Hotels Of The World, Ltd.


THE RYOKAN COLLECTION


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Web: www.ryokancollection.com/eng/index.htm We are an association of Japan’s finest ryokan and boutique hotels, currently runs 30 properties across Japan, two new members Ryokan-Kurashiki and L’hotel Du Lac will meet you in our stand on behalf of collection. RC also provides DMC service for you to discover an authentic part of Japan


Sharing on the stand of Japan.


SALLES HOTELS Web: www.hotelcaladelpi.es


Much more than a HOTEL......a Spa, right by the beach, offering haute cuisine, in the centre of the Costa Brava. This 52 rooms Hotel with direct acces to beach offer peace and privacy at one hour from Barcelona and the pleasure of contemplating the genuine Mediterranean environment.


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ROYAL PALM


N202


Web: www.royalpalm-hotel.com Secluded on a stretch of ivory sand beach on the north- west coast of Mauritius, Royal Palm, member of Leading Hotels of the World is a unique getaway combining traditional Mauritian hospitality and international standards of luxury. 84 suites - 3 restaurants - Spa by


Clarins - Sports Centre, Children’s Facilities. Sharing on the stand of Beachcomber Hotels Mauritius - Seychelles.


SAINT LUCIA TOURIST BOARD


A132


Web: www.stlucia.org Saint Lucia Tourist Board works closely with the trade to jointly market the destination to your customers. We would like to explore ways of working together.


THE SANCHAYA


W250


Web: www.sanchaya.com A luxury beachfront estate that offers guests exquisite private villas with every conceivable amenity, including Bang & Olufsen televisions and sound systems, Apple TV, and iPads. The wine fridge has a choice of fine vintages, while The Sanchaya’s clubhouse offers regular tastings of


artisan cheeses and selected wines. Sharing on the stand of Small Luxury Hotels Of The World.


ROYAL PALM GALAPAGOS HOTEL W150


Web: www.royalpalmgalapagos.com Royal Palm Galapagos provides a relaxed, artful and exclusive atmosphere at the heart of the archipelago, offering a wealth of activities designed to provide close


encounters with the islands’ friendly and exotic creatures. Sharing on the stand of The Leading Hotels Of The World, Ltd.


SAINT TROPEZ LUXURY HOTELS J200


Web: www.sainttropeztourisme.com Saint-Tropez offers exceptional services and the charm of an authentic Provençal Village. The Hotel Le Bailli de Suffren, Alp’Azur Hotels & the Tourist Office will make you


discover the quality of this enchanted venue. Sharing on the stand of Atout France.


SANDOS HOTELS & RESORTS A121-B


Web: www.sandos.com Sandos Hotels & Resorts is extending its borders to Mexico. The three pillars of its business strategy are differentiation, sustainability and innovation.


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