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International Luxury Travel Market 2012 | www.iltm.net GRAN HOTEL BAHIA


DEL DUQUE RESORT


Avenida De Bruselas, Costa Adeje, Tenerife 38660, Spain Tel: +34 922 746 933 Fax: +34 922 746 925 Email: ane.ugarte@bahia-duque.com Web: www.bahia-duque.com Contact: Ms Ane Ugarte


Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque, located in Costa Adeje, is inspired in traditional Canarian architecture of the 19th Century. Covering an area of 100.000sqm with over 63.000sqm of tropical gardens, it encompasses 356 rooms, 40 private villas, 5 swimming pools, 9 restaurants and a truly unique outdoor Thalassotherapy Spa.


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GRAN MELIA ROME VILLA AGRIPPINA


EXHIBITOR PROFILES C202


Web: www.granmeliarome.com Located in the heart of the Italian capital, Gran Meliá Rome is part of the thrilling history of this peerless city. Rome’s cultural and historic heritage is blended with a decor rich in contrasts, brilliantly combining traditional


luxury with surprising avant-garde touches. Sharing on the stand of Meliá Hotels International.


65 GRAND HOTEL CONTINENTAL D244


Web: www.royaldemeure.com We are the only 5 star property in the City centre of Siena. A unique destination, one of the most well preserved Medieval cities in Italy. The Hotel is located in a 16th century Palace, former private residence of the


local Noble family. A step into history and culture. Sharing on the stand of Toscana Promozione - Economic Promotion Agency Of Tuscany.


THE GRAND DEL MAR Web: www.thegranddelmar.com


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Serenely nestled five miles from the Pacific coastline, The Grand Del Mar seamlessly combines the old-world charm of a Mediterranean estate with the modern luxury of an elegant resort. California’s only triple Five-Star destination offers Tom Fazio golf, a Five-Star spa, four pools, hiking,


horseback riding and acclaimed dining. Sharing on the stand of Preferred Hotel Group.


GRAND HOTEL DE BORDEAUX


& SPA Web: www.ghbordeaux.com


The Grand Hotel de Bordeaux & Spa occupies an 18th-century building in Bordeaux city centre opposite the Grand Théâtre. Having undergone a complete restoration - without losing its original beauty and character- the hotel offers 148 bedrooms and suites designed by internationally acclaimed interior decorator Jacques Garcia, offering world-class hospitality.


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GRAN MELIA COLON Web: www.granmeliacolon.com


C202


Gran Melia Colon, located in the historical, cultural, commercial and financial heart of the Seville city, offers a striking combination of art, culture and style. Chosen by generations of bullfighters and important personalities from around the globe is considered one of the city’s major landmarks.


Sharing on the stand of Meliá Hotels International.


GRAND HOTEL & LA PACE


D244


Web: www.grandhotellapace.it Built in 1870, in perfect Liberty style, the property features 130 rooms, a modern SPA with indoor pool, an outdoor swimming pool with buffet restaurant (in summer). A Restaurant, an American Bar, meeting rooms for events


and weddings, a private parking and Wi-Fi connection. Sharing on the stand of Toscana Promozione - Economic Promotion Agency Of Tuscany.


GRAND HOTEL DE LA MINERVE ROME


B204


Web: www.grandhoteldelaminerve.com Housed in a 17th century palace, this magnificent hotel is set in the heart of Rome, next to the Pantheon and walking distance from the main point if interest. 135 rooms including 17 suites, 5 meeting rooms and a spectacular terrace with restaurant offers panoramic city views all year.


GRAN MELIA DON PEPE


C202


Web: www.gran-melia-don-pepe.com Hotel Gran Meliá Don Pepe, an experience of elegance with an avant-garde touch, located in Marbella, only 40 minutes from Malaga’s International Airport. Red Level personalised Sevice, 7 new Ocean Suites and 2 Luxury


Penthouses overseeing the Coast of Africa... Sharing on the stand of Meliá Hotels International.


GRAND HOTEL ALASSIO


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Web: www.grandhotelalassio.com Luxury hotel, great location in the centre of Alassio Bay, facing directly on the private beach, features a Thalassotherapy Centre of 1500m2


. After a scrupulous


refurbishment, it has reopened at the end of 2010 with its original vest of elegance. Ideal for couples and families, private events and incentives.


GRAND HOTEL DU CAP FERRAT Q120 Web: www.ghcf.fr


Between Nice and Monaco, the Grand-Hôtel du Cap- Ferrat is one of the world’s most iconic resorts. Since the past century, it has welcomed many famous guests. Redesigned in 2009, the hotel offers now 73 rooms and suites, a 8500 sqf spa, and a designed Michelin Starred Restaurant, Le Cap.


Sharing on the stand of Quintessentially Publishing Ltd.


GRAN MELIÁ FÉNIX Web: www.lhw.com/meliafenix


Overlooking Plaza de Colón, steps from the most exclusive boutiques and museums. Our suites feature private terraces, outdoor whirlpools and personal butlers. Our à la carte Restaurant serves traditional Spanish cuisine with modern flavours, while Cosmopolitan Bar, Dry by Javier de las Muelas, has become an iconic reference in Madrid.


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


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GRAND HOTEL CALA


ROSSA & LA SIGNORIA Web: www.cala-rossa.com


The Hotel La Signoria 5* and The Grand Hotel Cala Rossa are 2 luxury properties in Corsica. Both are members of Relais and Chateaux. The 2 properties have a very high level of services (gastronomic restaurant, spa and concierge).


Sharing on the stand of Relais & Châteaux.


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GRAND HÔTEL DU LAC Web: www.ghdl.ch


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The Relais & Chateaux Grand Hotel du Lac is ideally located on the shores of Lake Geneva in the charming town of Vevey, Switzerland. Celebrating 140 years and entirely renovated by the acclaimed decorator Pierre-Yves Rochon, with 50 rooms, the hotel boasts a fine dining


restaurant with one star michelin. Sharing on the stand of Relais & Châteaux.


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