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International Luxury Travel Market 2012 | www.iltm.net SELFRIDGES & CO


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Web: www.selfridges.com Selfridges offers a uniquely different shopping experience which distinguishes it entirely from any other department stores. Cutting-edge fashion, the most beautiful jewellery and accessories and best beauty brands are available under one roof - with a buzz and energy without equal in the world of long-standing, heritage department stores.


SEYCHELLES TOURISM BOARD Web: www.seychelles.travel


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Seychelles’ star continues to rise. Investment in prestigious hotel and other tourism-related projects projected to produce 6000 beds by 2012, enhanced air-lift between core markets and the upgrading of the inter-island ferry services combine with stunning diversity, pristine nature and authenticity to offer the vacation of a lifetime. Visit: www.seychelles.travel


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SHARD, LONDON Web: www.shangri-la.com


Shangri-La Hotel, At The Shard, London is the capital’s first elevated hotel offering exciting dining options and luxurious bedrooms with unparalleled views. The versatile Level 34 is the perfect venue for meetings or special celebrations while level 52 features an infinity swimming


pool with panoramic views of the London skyline. Sharing on the stand of Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts.


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SENSIBLE ADVICE


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Web: www.sensible-advice.com We help to position new and existing luxury hotels by offering a combination of services which range from full marketing management to providing an experienced sales team, focusing on two main business areas; Leisure and


Meeting & Incentive Travel. Sharing on the stand of Via Hansa Tours.


SHA WELLNESS CLINIC


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Web: www.shawellnessclinic.com The objective of SHA is to obtain a permanent sense of well-being, vitality and energy, GUESTS leave looking much healthier, rejuvenated inside and out thanks to a fundamental change in the organism that improves their quality of life, slows down the aging process and prevents the onset of diseases.


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SHANGRI-LA HOTEL TORONTO


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Web: www.shangri-la.com Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver and Toronto are the first two luxury hotels in North America for Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts. Both hotels provide Shangri-La’s unique Asian


inspired hospitality in the North American market. Sharing on the stand of Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts.


SENSIBLE HOSPITALITY -UNIQUE HOTELS & RESORTS


Web: www.sensible-hospitality.com Sensible Hospitality® is the leading German based representation and advisory company for highly distinguished and independently owned hotels and resorts in Europe.


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SHANGHAI UULUX


INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL SERVICE CO. LTD Web: www.uulux.com


UULUX is a pioneer company of China’s Luxury Travel Market, both inbound and outbound, high-end travel service only, entertained more than 50,000 high class clients. UULUX nowadays is the top brand of China’s Luxury Travel and also the largest, has 16 branches around China, covering Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Hangzhou, Hongkong etc.


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SHANGRI-LA HOTEL, PARIS Web: www.shangri-la.com/paris


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Built in 1896 as the private residence of Prince Roland Bonaparte, grand Nephew of Napoléon 1er, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris is offering unparalleled direct views of the Eiffel Tower and the River Seine.


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THE SETAI, MIAMI BEACH Web: www.thesetaihotel.com


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The Setai is an intimate, serene oceanfront resort in the heart of South Beach. Its design vision artfully combines the rich architectural history of the neighborhood and its cultural diversity with the International Art Deco movement, particularly its influence in Asia.


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SHANGRI-LA BARR AL JISSAH RESORT & SPA, MUSCAT


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Web: www.shangri-la.com Features three luxury hotels with 640 rooms and suites. CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La consists of twelve treatment villas, 21 dining outlets. Recreational facilities include six swimming pools, Lazy River, Cool Zone children’s club, Splashpad, Al Mazaar souk, Omani Heritage Village, Amphitheatre, Adventure Zone, GameZ entertainment, Mini Golf pitch.


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SHANGRI-LA HOTEL, TOKYO


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Web: www.shangri-la.com/tokyo/shangrila Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo provides complimentary Meet & Greet service at the platform of Tokyo station. The escort service assists door-to-door smooth transfer from Tokyo station to our guests.


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SETOURS S.A. Web: www.setours.com


Setours has been renowned for its tailor-made trips to Peru since 1977. The Austrian and Peruvian management team guarantees high quality services at competitive prices as well as innovative trips. Itineraries are prepared with creativity, integrity and more importantly - attention to detail throughout the planning process and travel experience.


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SHANGRI-LA BOSPHORUS,


ISTANBUL Web: www.shangri-la.com


Enviably located between the famous Dolmabahce Palace and Maritime Museum on Besiktas coast of Bosphorus, our 186 luxuriously-appointed rooms and suites will be the closest to the waters. Indulge in two signature restaurants or relax in the award-winning CHI, The Spa. Enjoy familiar Shangri-La hospitality where two continents meet.


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SHANGRI-LA HOTEL, XIAN


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Web: www.shangri-la.com/xian/shangrila The hotel have prime residence for both business and leisure travellers, the hotel is just 30 minutes drive from the world-famous Terra-Cotta Warriors Museum. Hotel have 395 rooms, Horizon Club privileges, four restaurants and best banquet facilities in Xian city even among the North Shangri-La hotels.


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