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International Luxury Travel Market 2012 | www.iltm.net AYADA MALDIVES


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Web: www.ayadamaldives.com Recognised by the World Travel Awards as Europe’s Leading Tourism Development Company and Asia’s Leading Inward Tourism Development Company; Aydeniz Group introduces its first property in the stunning Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll, Maldives. With superb amenities and impeccable service this 150,000 square meter island is a heaven on earth.


BAGLIONI HOTEL LONDON


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Web: www.baglionihotels.com Baglioni Hotel is a luxury five star boutique property situated in the heart of London, opposite Hyde Park. The entirely Italian hospitality and luxury services offered such as the spa, chauffeur-driven car and personal butler will


make your stay in London truly unforgettable. Sharing on the stand of Baglioni Hotels.


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BALCONES DEL ATLANTICO, A ROCKRESORT


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Web: www.balconesdelatlantico.rockresorts.com Balcones del Atlantico is the newest luxury resort of Las Terrenas, in DR. With 86 suites, we provide deluxe accommodation in a philosophy of simple luxury. Balcones’ open-air, beachfront restaurant, Porto, serves


gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sharing on the stand of Dominican Republic Tourist Board.


AYANA RESORT & SPA


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Web: www.ayanaresort.com Voted Asia’s Best Resort at the 2011 Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Choice Awards, AYANA Resort and Spa Bali is perched on limestone cliffs above Jimbaran Bay on Bali’s south-western peninsula.


BAGLIONI HOTELS Web: www.baglionihotels.com


Baglioni Hotels Collection counts a number of luxury hotels in Italy (Milan, Venice, Florence, Punta Ala, Rome), France and London. Exclusive residences, each different and therefore unique, which offer their guests the opportunity of an unforgettable experience. Baglioni Hotels is “luxury with an Italian touch”.


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BALEARIC ISLANDS Web: www.illesbalears.es


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Balearic Islands: Mallorca-Menorca-Ibiza-Formentera LHW, Orient Express, Relais & Châteaux, 5* Luxury Hotels. 26 Golf courses / 41 Golf-Spa Hotels. Congress Palace/ Convention Centers. 58 Convention Hotels. 200


Country Hotels for small meetings & Incentives. Sharing on the stand of Spanish Tourist Office.


AYARA HILLTOPS BOUTIQUE RESORT & SPA


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Web: www.ayarahilltops.com Ayara Hilltops is a 48 Suite boutique resort & Spa, set amidst exotic sloping gardens in the village of Surin Beach, Phuket. Facilities and service are inspired by the singular goal of helping each guest create their own


journey of respite from the rigors of civilization. Sharing on the stand of Tourism Authority Of Thailand.


BAHAMAS TOURIST OFFICE


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Web: www.bahamas.com The Islands of The Bahamas offer 16 fully authentic, different and exclusive destinations, which can be visited all year round. Our knowledgeable staff will show you the extreme diversity of our products and help you to find


the most suitable ones for your specific clienteles. Sharing on the stand of Caribbean Tourism Organisation.


BANYAN TOURS AND TRAVEL PVT TD


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Web: www.banyantours.com Banyan Tours (est. 1996) specialises in high end bespoke travel within India. Recognised for having the knowledge and understanding to design perfect holiday experiences, creatively and stylishly, delivering at the highest standard, consistently. Our associate company, Shakti, provides imaginative and exclusive experiences in remote regions of the Indian Himalayas.


Sharing on the stand of The Global Destination Net.


BADRUTT’S PALACE HOTEL


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Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, Via Serlas 27, St. Moritz, 7500, Switzerland Tel: +41 (0) 81 837 1000 Fax: +41 (0) 81 837 2999 Email: reservations@badruttspalace.com Web: www.badruttspalace.com Contact: Ms Illu Tirasci-Carvell Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, situated amidst breathtaking and unspoiled scenery, has long been hailed as a landmark in the centre of St. Moritz and is the ultimate expression of the Swiss Alps region. A favourite of celebrities and royalty alike since its opening in 1896, Badrutt’s Palace Hotel offers 157 guestrooms including 37 suites with stunning views of the Swiss Alps.


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Web: www.balharbourflorida.com Idyllically located in northern Miami Beach, Bal Harbour offers chic boutiques at the Bal Harbour Shops and beach accommodations at ONE Bal Harbour, Sea View Hotel, and St. Regis Bal Harbour. Development of dynamic cultural activities has evolved Bal Harbour into a destination for fashionistas and families alike.


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Web: www.banyantree.com The leading international operator in boutique hospitality and spa industry, Banyan Tree offers a signature blend of romance and travel with a green conscience. The philosophy is based on rejuvenation of the body, mind and soul - a Sanctuary for the Senses.


BAIRRO ALTO HOTEL


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Web: www.bairroaltohotel.com Awarded Best Small Hotel in Europe, we are a luxury boutique hotel, both cosmopolitan and trendy that offers an excellent service in an atmosphere of warmth and relaxation. A unique and special place in the heart of historic downtown of Lisbon. The perfect place for the truly Lisbon Experience.


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


BANYAN TREE AL WADI Web: www.banyantree.com


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Located in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, Banyan Tree Al Wadi rests amidst 100 hectares of private nature reserve. This oasis of indulgence is the first luxury desert and beach resort in the Emirates to offer integrated facilities, comprising spacious all-pool villas, complete with 3,999


sqm of Asian-inspired hydrotherapy spa facilities. Sharing on the stand of Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts.


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