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EXHIBITOR PROFILES SHANGRI-LA HOTELS & RESORTS P140


Web: www.shangri-la.com Visit the Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts stand for a rare opportunity to meet ten key General Managers and Vice Presidents. One of the world’s leading luxury hotel groups with 73 hotels and 40 new projects in Canada, China, India, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Turkey and United Kingdom.


THE SHELBOURNE DUBLIN,


A RENAISSANCE HOTEL Web: www.theshelbourne.ie


Founded in 1824, the world famous Shelbourne is a timeless landmark in the heart of Dublin overlooking the magnificent St. Stephen’s Green. The Shelbourne features 265 unique guest rooms, several renowned bars and restaurants, 13 historic conference and banqueting suites


and a luxurious spa and health club. Sharing on the stand of JW Marriott Hotels.


D201 SIBARTH


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Web: www.sibarth.com


With over 35 years experience and a select portfolio of 175 of St. Barth’s top properties, Sibarth is the premier villa rental agency on the island. From our Arrivals Specialists at the airport to our knowledgable and friendly Concierge, Sibarth provides comprehensive, attentive and professional service.


Sharing on the stand of Comité Territorial Du Tourisme De Saint-Barthélemy.


SHANGRI-LA’S VILLINGILI RESORT & SPA, MALDIVES


P140


Web: www.shangri-la.com/maldives Set amidst stunning white sandy beaches, Shangri-La’s Villingili Resort and Spa is the first luxury resort in the Maldives south of the equator.


Sharing on the stand of Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts.


SHERATON ALGARVE HOTEL


P190


Web: www.luxurycollection.com/algarve The Sheraton Algarve Hotel & Pine Cliffs Resort stands proudly on a cliff-top surrounded by pine trees and overlooking the beach. The Hotel offers11 restaurants and bars, a 9-hole Golf Course & Academy, Tennis Courts, Health Club, 6 swimming pools, Porto Pirata children’s


village and Junior Club. Sharing on the stand of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide.


SIBUET HOTELS & SPA


V140


Web: www.sibuethotels-spa.com Mountain, seaside, countryside and city destinations .8 properties in France in exceptional locations, with tasteful and personalised décor. With a presence in Provence, Megève and Val Thorens in the French Alps, Lyon, and St Tropez family-ran company, Sibuet hotels & spa, offers a


large choice of experiences. Sharing on the stand of XO Private.


SHANTI MAURICE - A NIRA RESORT


Riviere Des Galets, Chemin Grenier, St Felix, Mauritius Tel: +230 6037200 Fax: +230 6037250


Email: deyna.marianen@shantimaurice.com Web: www.shantimaurice.com Contact: Miss Deyna Marianen Nestling between sugarcane fields and the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, Shanti Maurice satisfies all the senses. With exotic gardens, pristine white sands, a sublime spa, spacious accommodation and restaurants brimming with fresh ideas, you’ll find a place, and


people, devoted to pleasure. Sharing on the stand of Nira Hotels & Resorts.


THE SIAM HOTEL Web: www.thesiamhotel.com


The Siam, opened June 2012, is a brand new resort located on the stunning Chao Praya River of Kings, in the historic Dusit district. We are debuting Bangkok’s very first Pool Villas and the hotel world’s premier, luxury Muay Thai gym.


Sharing on the stand of Kurtz-Ahlers & Associates LL. O141 SILVERSEA CRUISES, EU V180


Web: www.silversea.com Silversea-Award Winning luxury Cruiseline presents ocean- view suites and luxurious all-inclusive lifestyle. Distinctive European styling is reflected in every detail, from service to gourmet dining. Five intimate vessels SilverCloud, SilverWind, SilverShadow, SilverWhisper and SilverSpirit plus the luxurious expedition ship Silver Explorer. Silversea’s itineraries encompass all 7 continents including the polar


regions and over 400 fascinating destinations. Sharing on the stand of Silversea Cruises.


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SHERATON MADRID MIRASIERRA HOTEL& SPA


Web: www.sheratonmadridmirasierra.com Experience the comfort of the 182 suites, the most spacious in the city, ideal for your clients. Our 1,800 m² of meeting space are made up of 14, naturally-lit function rooms. Keep in good shape, relax and treat yourself at


the Absara Spa, with gym, sauna and treatment area. Sharing on the stand of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide.


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SILVERSEA CRUISES


V180


Web: www.silversea.com Renowned for extraordinary worldwide voyages aboard its six intimate all-inclusive ships, Silversea is a luxury cruise line that is recognised as the innovator in the luxury segment, offering unparalleled service and superlative comfort. Discover the art of luxury travel as perfected by Silversea Cruises.


SHARQ VILLAGE & SPA, THE RITZ CARLTON


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Web: www.sharqvillage.com Located in Doha city of Qatar, two-storey hotel comprises 14 traditionally Arabic courtyard houses. 174 luxurious rooms and suites housed in 14 villas including the Royal Villa. Private beach, 2 outdoor swimming pools, 23 spa


treatment rooms. 6 food & beverage outlets. Sharing on the stand of Qatar Tourism Authority.


SIAM KEMPINSKI HOTEL


BANGKOK Web: www.kempinski.com/bangkok


303 rooms including 42 suites, 22 of which have direct access to one of our 3 swimming pools. Siam Kempinski Hotel is a luxurious retreat located next to the largest shopping malls in Bangkok. With extensive function


facilities including a 900m2 grand ballroom. Sharing on the stand of Kempinski Hotels.


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SILVIA LUXURY RESORT


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Web: www.lrst.ch The greenery, the sea, the light, and above all, the absolute privacy add a touch of magic to a place that is already unique of its kind, a veritable “pied dans l’eau”, perfect not only for a luxury vacation, but also for high profile national and international events.


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