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International Luxury Travel Market 2012 | www.iltm.net SOFITEL LUXURY HOTELS


- SOFITEL SO BANGKOK Web: www.sofitel.com


Sofitel So Bangkok is introducing a new chapter of design hotel, complemented by Christian Lacroix, where creativity and innovation have no boundaries. This stylish and luxurious design hotel with a cutting-edge city living concept is located in the prime diplomatic and business


district overlooking a stunning view of Lumpini Park. Sharing on the stand of Sofitel Luxury Hotels.


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SOHO GRAND HOTEL Web: www.grandlifehotels.com


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The Soho Grand is impeccably designed to reflect the history and character of the surrounding neighbourhood giving visitors an authentic downtown New York City lifestyle experience. Guestrooms and suites exude luxurious comfort and a relaxed sensibility making it a favourite haunt for savvy locals and sophisticated travellers alike.


Sharing on the stand of Soho Grand Hotel & Tribeca Grand Hotel.


117 SOLMARTOUR Web: www.solmar.com.pe


Being successful in the tourist market since 1975, SOLMARTOUR covers a wide range of tailor-made luxury programs as well as INCENTIVE, Cultural, Adventure and Wild Life luxury packages in Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. Personalised service and competitive prices guaranteed. Our goal: a completely satisfied client.


Sharing on the stand of PromPeru. A161


SOFITEL LUXURY HOTELS - SOUTH EAST ASIA & INDIA


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Web: www.sofitel.com A French luxury hotel operator with over 120 wonderful properties worldwide on all continents. Representing all hotels around the globe with a specific focus on Southeast Asian properties in Saigon, Hanoi, Angkor, Phnom Penh,


Bangkok, Krabi, Singapore, Mumbai and Manila. Sharing on the stand of Sofitel Luxury Hotels.


SOHO GRAND HOTEL


& TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL Web: www.grandlifehotels.com


GrandLife Hotels was the first to introduce the luxury lifestyle hotel experience to downtown Manhattan. Operating the celebrated Soho Grand and Tribeca Grand, they have emerged as modern classics, offering a refined clientele impeccable service, luxurious accommodations, stunning decor and a vibrant, local take on dining, nightlife and entertainment.


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SONEVA FUSHI MALDIVES Web: www.soneva.com


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The Soneva Group is a world leading sustainable luxury resort operator. It is made up of Soneva Fushi in the Maldives and Soneva Kiri in Thailand. Soneva in Aqua, a new yacht experience, will be launched in 2013 along


with new overwater resorts in the Maldives. Sharing on the stand of Soneva Resorts, Residences And Spas.


SOFITEL LUXURY HOTELS - SOUTH EUROPE


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Web: www.sofitel.com Sofitel is the only French luxury hotel brand who offers contemporary hotels and resorts adapted to the needs of the various clients of today’s luxury hotel sector who are looking for beauty, quality and excellence. Each Sofitel


offers a genuine experience of the French ‘art de vivre’. Sharing on the stand of Sofitel Luxury Hotels.


SOHO HOUSE GROUP Web: www.sohohouse.com


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Soho House includes members clubs, hotels, restaurants and spas. Each site maintains its own personality with Dean Street Townhouse, High Road House, Shoreditch Rooms and Babington House in the UK, Soho House Berlin, Soho House NYC and Soho Beach House Miami. Future openings include Mumbai, Istanbul, Barcelona and Chicago.


SONEVA KIRI THAILAND Web: www.soneva.com


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Ancient Siam meets privacy and ‘Intelligent Luxury’ on an untamed island far beyond the tourist trail. An hour’s flight from Bangkok by private plane but so peaceful it could be a million miles away. Serene, secluded, it offers a combination of luxury, environmentally friendly design and


unforgettable, authentic Thai experiences. Sharing on the stand of Soneva Resorts, Residences And Spas.


SOFITEL MARSEILLE VIEUX PORT J221


Web: www.sofitel-marseille-vieuxport.com The design and the elegance of the yachting decoration make Sofitel your dedicated hotel in Marseilles. Wide open over the harbour, we develop upscale facilities, meeting rooms, concierge, SoSpa, outdoor swimming pool, gastronomic restaurant with a breathtaking view


and 134 bedrooms and suites. Sharing on the stand of Provence Alpes Cote D’azur Tourist Board.


SOLAYA HOTELS / EDEN ROC AT CAP CANA


Cap Cana, Punta Cana, 23000, Dominican Republic Tel: +1 809 469 7469


Email: d.trombacco@edenroccapcana.com Web: www.edenroccapcana.com Contact: Mr Daniele Trombacco


A brand-new hotel in the exclusive Cap Cana brings the chic vibe of the French Riviera to this tropical paradise, with 34 individual suites with private pools and stunning views.


Sharing on the stand of Dominican Republic Tourist Board.


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SONEVA RESORTS,


RESIDENCES AND SPAS Web: www.soneva.com


The Soneva Group is a world leading sustainable luxury resort operator. It is made up of Soneva Fushi in the Maldives and Soneva Kiri in Thailand. Soneva in Aqua, a new yacht experience, will be launched in 2013 along with new overwater resorts in the Maldives.


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SOFITEL PARIS LE FAUBOURG, HOTEL SCRIBE


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Web: www.lefaubourg-sofitel-paris.com Hotel Sofitel Paris le Faubourg located near Place de la Concorde and the mythical Champs Élysées, few steps away from the exclusive Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Hotel Scribe, ideally located in Paris’ Opéra district near the exclusive Vendôme, Madeleine and Concorde squares,


this luxury hotel is housed in a beautiful historic building. Sharing on the stand of Atout France.


SONEVA RESORTS, RESIDENCES, & SPAS


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Web: www.soneva.com Soneva is a resort, luxury residences, spa management and Development Company established in 1995, which


manages resorts under the brand name Soneva. Sharing on the stand of Soneva Resorts, Residences And Spas.


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