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52 CHIC OUTLET SHOPPING®


EXHIBITOR PROFILES B201


CIRAGAN PALACE


Web: www.chicoutletshoppingtraveltrade.com Discover Chic Outlet Shopping®, luxury brand outlet Villages offering authentic previous seasons’ collections of the world’s leading designer fashion and lifestyle brands with up to 60% savings and tax free shopping all year round. Plan your visit at ChicOutletShopping.com/ planyourvisit.


KEMPINSKI ISTANBUL


Web: www.kempinski.com/istanbul Welcome to the only Ottoman Imperial Palace & Hotel by the Bosphorus. Capital of three empires, a proud history across the millennia yet constantly on the move Ciragan Palace Kempinski Istanbul.


Sharing on the stand of Kempinski Hotels.


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International Luxury Travel Market 2012 | www.iltm.net COCO COLLECTION


F188 Web: www.cocopalm.com.mv


Coco Collection is a prestigious hotel group, which currently owns and manages a variety of extraordinary properties in the Maldives, from private islands to beautiful boutique style hotels and retreats. Coco Collection includes 3 distinct brands, Coco Resorts: Retreats, Coco Privé and Coco Palm.


CHINA WORLD SUMMIT WING, P140 BEIJING


Web: www.shangri-la.com Perched above Beijing’s CBD, China World Summit Wing overlooks the grand cityscape. At the peak of the highest tower, this sanctuary of luxury sits above China World Trade Centre and Shopping Mall. The guestrooms are the largest in the city. Each features floor-to-ceiling


windows with stunning views of Beijing. Sharing on the stand of Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts.


CLARENCO - AMAZING RETREATS Q140


Web: www.amazingretreats.com A collection of unusual and unique luxury venues and hotels throughout the UK, perfect for weddings, exclusive use, corporate retreats and themed events. Venues include magnificent Castles, three historic sea Forts, fairytale Chateaux and a converted Monastery. All sumptuously furnished and offer luxury facilities in the backdrop of stunning surroundings.


Sharing on the stand of Condé Nast Johansens.


COLONNA PEVERO HOTEL


B218-F


Web: www.colonnapeverohotel.it Prestigious 5* resort in Porto Cervo, Emerald Coast, Sardinia, Italy. Features 100 rooms & suites and combines the sophistication of Porto Cervo coveted address with modernity and efficiency in design, elegance and services. Here you enjoy a charming Mediterranean experience! We also offer meeting & incentives facilities.


CHITWA CHITWA GAME LODGE M200-P Web: www.chitwa.co.za


Original, stylish, innovative, personal, family owned and run, Chitwa Chitwa, situated in the exclusive Sabi Sand Reserve, offers an incomparable setting from which to engage in the finest of safaris. Eight Luxury suites and a butler-serviced villa embrace one of the reserve’s largest lakes.


CLARIDGE’S


O151


Web: www.claridges.co.uk Art deco Claridge’s marries 1930s glamour with up-to-the- minute technology in its 203 rooms and suites. Claridge’s Beauty and Fitness is a superior pampering zone. The Foyer and Reading Room, both paying homage to the hotel’s architectural heritage, serve an award-winning afternoon tea, whilst Claridge’s Bar is one of Mayfair’s hottest.


Sharing on the stand of Maybourne Hotel Group.


COLONNA RESORT 5* - PORTO CERVO


B218-E


Web: www.hotelbeachresort.it In front of Porto Cervo Bay, and to the port of Porto Cervo, 250 rooms, deluxe and suites, 3 restaurants, 3 bars, conference center, pool with sea water, Tennis Club, a practice field for golf, boutiques, wellness centre & spa, heliport, solariums in wood deck, directly on the sea and private beach.


CHRISTOPHER HOTEL


A180


Web: www.hotelchristopher.com The hotel Christopher is a 5star boutique resort located at the pointe Milou in St Barths. The property proposes 42 contemporary rooms recently renovated, 2 restaurants


and1 spa operated in partnership with the Sisley brand Sharing on the stand of Comité Territorial Du Tourisme De Saint-Barthélemy.


CLASSIC CARIBBEAN HIDEAWAYS A181


Web: www.classichideaways.com Some of the Caribbean’s top luxury resorts, Peter Island -Virgin Islands, Jade Mountain and Anse Chastanet - St Lucia and Coral Reef and The Sandpiper - Barbados are at ILTM again. Meet the Owners/Directors of these hotels to learn about what true Caribbean luxury can mean for your VIP clients.


COLUMBIA BEACH RESORT


W250


Web: www.slh.com/columbiapissouri The Columbia Beach Resort is a unique 5 star property combining excellent leisure and meetings facilities as well as personalised service. 94 suites, all individually designed along with an internationally awarded Spa, gourmet choices and numerous escapes within short distance make this resort the perfect hideaway in the Mediterranean.


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


CIMALPES Web: www.cimalpes-lifeart.com


Cimalpes is a real estate group specialised in luxury alpine properties for rent and for sale. Our brand LIFE ART by CIMALPES features the most beautiful catered chalets in the most prestigious ski resorts: Courchevel, Megève,


Méribel, Val d’Isère and Chamonix. Sharing on the stand of Atout France.


J200


COCO BODU HITHI Web: www.cocopalm.com


F188


Coco Bodu Hithi is a luxurious, boutique 5 star resort located in the Maldives. With the desire for guests to ‘rediscover life’s beauty’, Coco Bodu Hithi provides a unique environment where guests can refresh their senses, rekindle their love of travel, and reconnect with the world around them.


Sharing on the stand of Coco Collection.


COMITÉ TERRITORIAL DU TOURISME DE SAINT-BARTHÉLEMY


Web: www.saintbarth-tourisme.com The Tourism Board of St-Barth is in charge of the promotion of the destination and all Press Trips and Educational Tours. They are promoting the destination through different partnerships in the deluxe business. They are also in charge for providing all information about St-Barth to clients and professionals.


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