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International Luxury Travel Market 2012 | www.iltm.net THE SURIN PHUKET


Web: www.thesurinphuket.com


The Surin Phuket elegantly sashays down the tropical landscape along the island’s finest at Pansea Beach and is proudly a member of Design Hotels. Paris-based architect and designer Ed Tuttle who originally designed The Surin, formerly known as The Chedi, has recently


rejuvenated this celebrated resort. Sharing on the stand of Tourism Authority Of Thailand.


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SYNERGY INTERNATIONAL


EXHIBITOR PROFILES C250


HOTELS & RESORTS COLLECTION Web: www.synergyinternational.eu


Representing a collection of boutique Hotels and Resorts in Rome, Florence, Siena, Milano, Venice, Capri, Verona and Naples, as well as in Sicily, Tuscany, Veneto, Umbria and Lake of Lugano, Switzerland. Ideal for individual travellers, as well as perfect locations for small groups, incentives and weddings.


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Web: www.tajhotels.com Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces and is recognised as one of Asia’s largest and finest hotel company. The are 93 hotels in 55 locations across India with an additional 16 international hotels in the Maldives, Malaysia, Australia,


UK, USA, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Africa and the Middle East. Sharing on the stand of Taj Hotels Resorts And Palaces.


SWASWARA


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Web: www.swaswara.com SwaSwara is a journey that takes you beyond the sun,sand and the sea to the soul of the beach. A journey through yoga, meditation and a series of experiences that opens up a new way of living. SwaSwara is where you


hear your own inner vibrations, the music of your soul. Sharing on the stand of CGH Earth.


THE TAARAS LUXURY GROUP


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Web: www.thechateau.com.my It has been hailed as the world’s first organic spa and wellness resort - everything from its three-Michelin star standard chef created cuisine to its bed and bath linen and spa treatment products are organic and environmentally friendly. Chateau welcomes the most


discerning guests who expect nothing but the best. Sharing on the stand of XO Private.


TAJ HOTELS RESORTS AND PALACES


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Web: www.tajhotels.com Established in 1901, Taj Hotels comprises of 99 hotels in India and an additional 16 international hotels in the Maldives, Malaysia, Australia, UK, USA, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Africa and the Middle East. From world-renowned landmarks to idyllic beach resorts to authentic Rajput palaces, each Taj hotel offers world-class service.


SWISS DELUXE HOTELS Web: www.swissdeluxehotels.com


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The Association of Swiss Deluxe Hotels today comprises 39 of the most prestigious five-star establishments in Switzerland.


TAHITI TOURISME


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Web: www.tahiti-tourisme.fr We promote Tahiti and her islands destination and facilitate the contacts between the local industry partners and trade industry.


Sharing on the stand of Atout France.


TAJ PALACE, MARRAKECH Web: www.tajhotels.com


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Nestled in the luxurious Palmeraie region of Marrakech, Taj Palace Marrakech features 161 well-appointed, spacious guest rooms, including 25 luxurious suites offering breathtaking views of the prominent snow-capped Atlas Mountains. Opulent and majestic, the Palace unfolds like a beautiful painting, featuring splendours of


the Oriental world. Sharing on the stand of Taj Hotels Resorts And Palaces.


SWISSÔTEL THE BOSPHORUS,


ISTANBUL Web: www.swissotel.com/istanbul


Swissôtel The Bosphorus, Istanbul, as a member of the Leading Hotels of the World is a 5-star luxury hotel right in the centre of Istanbul, on the European banks. It is offering you a new lifestyle experience with Swissotel Living. 63


elegant suites. Awarded as a Leading Spa of the World. Sharing on the stand of Fairmont, Raffles & Swissôtel Hotels And Resorts.


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TAJ CAPE TOWN


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Web: www.tajhotels.com Taj Cape Town is a luxury five-star hotel ideally located at the entrance to the famous pedestrian precinct, St George’s Mall and is perfectly situated for those looking to discover authentic Cape Town; and its blend of fascinating history, exotic culture, soulful art, lively


entertainment and delectable cuisine. Sharing on the stand of Taj Hotels Resorts And Palaces.


TALEON IMPERIAL HOTEL


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Web: www.lhw.com/taleonimperial Housed within an XVIII century palace, the hotel is ideally located in the heart of the city on Nevsky Prospect, and overlooks Moika River. With two award winning restaurants, rooftop pool and 89 astonishing rooms - we


strive to make every guest feel like royalty. Sharing on the stand of The Leading Hotels Of The World, Ltd.


SWITZERLAND TOURISM


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Web: www.myswitzerland.com Switzerland offers a wide variety of travel issues, every visitor will find its favourite. Unspoilt landscapes with a moderate climate all year round, attractive cities, unforgettable trips on trains, cable cars, boats and post buses. Switzerland is also a treasure house for luxury, design and quality.


TAJ EXOTICA RESORT & SPA, MALDIVES


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Web: www.tajhotels.com Taj Exotica Resort & Spa is located on a private island in one of the largest lagoons in Maldives, and a 15 minute speed boat transfer from the International airport. Surrounded by crystal blue waters and covered with lush tropical vegetation, the resort boasts 58 luxury villas and 6 suites.


Sharing on the stand of Taj Hotels Resorts And Palaces.


TEKURA TAHITI TRAVEL


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Web: www.tekuratahititravel.biz Tekura Tahiti Travel has more than 40 years of successful experience in the tourism business. Dynamic and professional team are at your service: - Hotels bookings - domestic air, boat to Moorea, hotels or “pensions”, honeymoon, transfers, cruises, excursions & diving,


wedding travel planner and any specific request. Sharing on the stand of Atout France.


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