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CREATIVE TRAVEL INDIA PVT LTD F131 Web: www.travel2india.com


Excellence in input, discretion in planning and subtlety in delivery. These have defined luxury travel at Creative Travel for the past 35 years. With national & international award winning services all over the Indian subcontinent, we offer experiences matched by few.


CUBA REAL TOURS


EXHIBITOR PROFILES B140


Web: www.cubarealtours.com CUBA REAL TOURS is a Swiss-German company and the leading incoming agency for the luxury segment in Cuba, founded 2000, with main office in Havana. We offer tailormade programs for FITs, groups and incentives in Cuba and also multi-destination tours combining Cuba with Central America, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.


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THE DANNA LANGKAWI Web: www.thedanna.com


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The Danna Langkawi is a lifestyle getaway for the elite. This boutique resort embraces the architectural beauty of Colonial-Mediterranean. The suites are elegantly designed with touch of warm hues and amorous style capturing natural views of the surrounding. There lays the


largest 3-tiered infinity pool in the island. Sharing on the stand of Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board.


CRISTALLO HOTEL SPA & GOLF W150 Web: www.lhw.com/cristallo


The Cristallo Hotel Spa & Golf is the only 5* luxury building in the Italian Dolomites, declared Unesco World heritage. The unique style permeates all 74 bedrooms. The Hotel offers 4 restaurants, the Cristallo Ultimate Spa and exclusive access to the Golf Club. An ideal


destination for summer and winter holidays. Sharing on the stand of The Leading Hotels Of The World, Ltd.


D HOTEL MARIS


G200


Datca Yolu Hisaronu Mevkii P.O. Box 119, Marmaris - Mugla, 48700, Turkey Tel: +90 2524412000 Fax: +90 2524369228 Email: eregelmann@dhotel.com.tr Web: www.dhotel.com.tr Contact: Mrs Elena Kim Regelmann D-Hotel Maris had opened in April 2012. This luxury resort has 200 rooms, Suites and a Villa. Provides exclusive services, including helicopter transfer, yacht rental, water sport school, ESPA at D-Hotel Maris offers a range of luxurious treatments. Children 8 years of age


and older are welcomed. Sharing on the stand of Turkish Culture & Tourism Office.


DAR TUNISIA Web: www.hi-life.net


DAR TUNISIA is the selection of the most stunning places in Tunisia: Hotels, Resorts, Camps, Guest House. The collection sparkles from exclusive members and their equilibrate mix: quality, sense of detail and service, linking tradition & modernity.


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CROATIA & MORE


B215-C


Web: www.croatia-and-more.com CROATIA & MORE is specialised in tailor-made travel, offering exclusive cruises, trips and resorts. We provide high quality, exclusively private and personalised travel options to fulfil individual travel requirements. Our team consist of top managers, travel experts and guides, all to achieve quality service and provide absolute value.


DARE TO EXPLORE


N200


Web: www.daretoexplore.co.za Dare to be different, dare to experience Africa’s finest, dream and Dare to Explore! Our unique itineraries and attention to detail; that, plus a spirit of adventure and yearning for something singularly special is what sets us apart. Africa knows no boundaries, neither should you!


CROATIAN CONVENTION


AND INCENTIVE BUREAU Web: www.croatia.hr


Croatian Convention and Incentive Bureau (CCIB) is the official bureau promoting the destination Croatia for meetings and incentives. Neutral information on suppliers, venues, congress facilities, hotels, incentive programmes, pre- and post- convention tours etc. are available free of charge. The CCIB’s experienced staff of business specialists are at your service.


C220


DAIOS COVE LUXURY RESORT & VILLAS


F207


Web: www.daioscove.com Daios Cove Luxury Resort & Villas Crete with spacious 300 rooms, suites and villas most with private pools, boasts spectacular views to the turquoise waters. Private sandy beach, restaurants, bars, Spa, tennis courts, water sports, scuba diving, sailing, yachting, theme nights, kids club, creche, Wi-Fi, helipad, limo service and business centre.


DAS STUE Web: www.das-stue.com


Das Stue, with 80 rooms and suites, is housed in the former Royal Danish Embassy. The scenic location between the Tiergarten Park and the Berlin Zoo, as well as its proximity to the cultural highlights of the city, makes


Das Stue an urban retreat of a different sort. Sharing on the stand of Design Hotels.


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CRUCEROS MARPATAG


A190


Web: www.crucerosmarpatag.com We offer the most unique experiences on board. Our ships navigate through Argentino Lake, southern Patagonia, visiting the most amazing glaciers in the world, enjoying beautiful sunsets, starry nights and stunning ice floes viewed from the cabins, restaurant and the lounge’s wide windows, with all the luxury they deserve.


Sharing on the stand of Argentina National Institute of Tourism Promotion.


DAIOS COVE LUXURY VILLAS


F207


Web: www.daioscove.com Daios Cove Luxury Villas, of one, two, three bedroom accommodation offers all the comforts of home, equipped with their own private seawater pool, is the ultimate in luxury living. The needs of villa residents are catered for 24 hours of the day thanks to our range of Cove Club services.


Sharing on the stand of Daios Cove Luxury Resort & Villas.


DATAI HOTELS AND RESORTS


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Web: www.shr.my Datai Hotel & Resort is a luxury resort in Langkawi, iconic in its position of being in a 500 million year old tropical rainforest complete with the dusky leaf monkeys, flying squirrels and monitor lizards with our own resident


naturalist who does daily dawn and dusk nature walks. Sharing on the stand of Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board.


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