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International Luxury Travel Market 2012 | www.iltm.net CAPELLA HOTELS & RESORTS


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Web: www.capellahotels.com Capella Hotels and Resorts serves today’s top-tier travellers and promises the unique benefits of the finest boutique hotels, including superb architecture and interior design, privacy, individualized service and attention to detail - combined with the amenities and activities of the


world’s great luxury hotels and resorts. Sharing on the stand of Capella Hotels & Resorts.


CAPRI TIBERIO PALACE


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Web: www.capritiberiopalace.it The new Capri Tiberio Palace is a 58 rooms boutique property with the best location in the heart of Capri and impeccable service. A combination of eclectic, colorful elements of decor which create a sophisticated, yet very cozy atmosphere -interpreting Capri’s glamour and


special natural beauty in a contemporary “mood”. Sharing on the stand of Preferred Hotel Group.


49 CARNOUSTIE BEACH


RESORT & AYURVEDA SPA Web: www.carnoustieresorts.com


located at the Marari Beach, Kerala which is a stone’s throw away from the famous Allapuzah Backwaters The Resort consists of 40 luxury villas, most of them with their


own private pools. Sharing on the stand of Carnoustie Resorts Pvt. Ltd.


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CAPELLA RESORTS OF MEXICO


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Web: www.capellahotels.com The ultra-luxurious resorts Capella Ixtapa (59 guest accommodations) and Capella Pedregal in Cabo San Lucas (66 guest accommodations) are tailor-made for romance. Authentic Mexican culture is reflected throughout these prized and intimate ocean front hideaways where every guestroom and suite boasts a private terrace with sea view and plunge pool.


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CARIBBEAN TOURISM ORGANISATION


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Web: www.caribbean.co.uk The Caribbean Tourism Organisation represents and promotes over 30 diverse Caribbean member states, through bespoke activities including marketing, training, research and PR. The Caribbean offers luxurious five-star properties, stylish hideaway villas, as well as eclectic boutique hotels and world class spa resorts. Come and discover more on stand A125.


CARNOUSTIE RESORTS PVT. LTD D150


Web: www.carnoustieresorts.com Boutique Beach Resort. 40 villas out of which 26 are private pool villas ranging from 110sq mtr to 260 sq mtr dedicated concierge and butler service. Authentic Ayurveda treatments and signature spa therapies. Speciality Seafood restaurant. Part of Carnoustie Group of Companies in India.


CAPELLA SINGAPORE


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Web: www.capellahotels.com Capella Singapore offers an inspiring natural setting with easy access to the bustling Singapore city. A hallmark of the Capella experience is the luxury of preferential service provided by the Personal Assistants. Guests can delight their epicurean senses at Capella’s three dining choices or


rejuvenate at the award-winning Auriga Spa. Sharing on the stand of Capella Hotels & Resorts.


CARLSON REZIDOR HOTEL


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Web: www.carlsonrezidor.com Born in early 2012 - one of world’s largest and most dynamic hotel groups. 1,300 hotels, as Radisson Blu, Radisson(r), Park Plaza(r), Park Inn by Radisson, Country Inns & Suites By CarlsonSM and Hotel Missoni. Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., and Brussels, Belgium. www.carlsonrezidor.com


CASA ANGELINA LIFESTYLE


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Web: www.casangelina.com Perched on a cliff edge overlooking the blue Mediterranean, at the heart of the Amalfi Coast, Casa Angelina offers a unique experience of lifestyle. The Hotel’s contemporary clean-lined design and understated chic décor, with breathtaking views, fabulous local cuisine, beach and wellness facilities create a small piece of Heaven.


Sharing on the stand of Small Luxury Hotels Of The World.


CAPELLA WASHINGTON D.C., GEORGETOWN


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Web: www.capellahotels.com Nestled alongside the historic C&O Canal of Georgetown, Washington, D.C., the boutique hotel features 49 guest rooms and suites, an executive boardroom and an elegant restaurant and lounge overlooking the Canal. The rooftop indoor/outdoor pool with fireplace and a private bar allow views of iconic Georgetown landmarks.


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CARLTON HOTEL BAGLIONI Web: www.baglionihotels.com


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Carlton Hotel Baglioni, centrally located in the fashion and business district, overlooks Via della Spiga, close by Duomo Cathedral and Teatro alla Scala. The hotel boasts: Caffé Baglioni and Terrace for light meals and cocktails; Il Baretto fine-dining restaurant; SPIGA 8 SPA,


luxurious urban oasis of wellbeing. Sharing on the stand of Baglioni Hotels.


CASA BONITA TROPICAL LODGE B168


Web: www.casabonitadr.com Located in Barahona on the South Western Dominican coast with the largest biodiversity of the island. Former vacation retreat with only 14 rooms overlooking Ocean, Mountain and River. Enjoy the onsite personalised services and experiences of wellness, organic gastronomy,


adventure and a rustic elegance ambiance. Sharing on the stand of Dominican Republic Tourist Board.


CAPRI PALACE HOTEL & SPA Web: www.capripalace.com


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Nestled in Anacapri, the highest point of Capri island - where the essence of its nature seems never having suffered changes of the time, Capri Palace offers breathtaking views over the Bay of Naples and the islands of Ischia and Procida.


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


THE CARLYLE, A ROSEWOOD HOTEL


Web: www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/carlyle/ Located on Madison Avenue, close to Central Park and encircled by the famed designer boutiques and galleries of New York’s Upper East Side, embodies the essence of the New York experience.


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CASA DE CAMPO


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Web: www.lhw.com/casadecampo Casa de Campo has completed a US$40 million renovation and is a new member of The Leading Hotels of the World. This destination resort is a 7,000 acres playground - rooms, suites and private villa homes. Multiple restaurants. 3 championship golf course, tennis, equestrian and shooting.


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