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International Luxury Travel Market 2012 | www.iltm.net GRAND HOTEL VILLA CORA


Web: www.wtbhotels.com A true example of Italian hospitality, we offer a very high quality and personalised service in a backdrop of a luxury ambience but with a comfortable and intimate atmosphere.


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GRAND HYATT TOKYO


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Web: www.tokyo.grand.hyatt.com Experience the ultimate in comfort and luxury at this dynamic lifestyle destination hotel, located in the vibrant and upscale Roppongi Hills. A must-visit location in Tokyo, this urban oasis always has something to offer from cultural inspiration, the arts, entertainment and a vast


array of shopping and dining options. Sharing on the stand of Hyatt Hotels & Resorts.


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GREEK NATIONAL TOURISM ORGANISATION


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Web: www.visitgreece.gr Our company is a subsidiary branch in France of the Ministry of Tourism of Greece. We specialise in promoting Greece. However, we are not responsible for any commercial activity. Our main task is to facilitate relations between Greek suppliers of tourism services with international professionals within the tourism sector.


GRAND HOTEL VILLA MEDICI


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Web: www.lhw.com/ghvmedici Splendid 18th century residence in the heart of Florence. Its 100 rooms and suites are furnished in classic or contemporary styles. The “Lorenzo dé Medici restaurant” and the “Conservatory”, overlooking the garden and the swimming pool, offer local specialities in a refined atmosphere. Jockey-bar, fitness center, meeting and banqueting facilities.


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GRAND RESORT BAD RAGAZ Web: www.resortragaz.ch


W150


Located just 1 hour from Zurich Int. Airport within beautiful countryside, this 5*Resort offers large Spa facilities (12.800m2), its own Medical (Olympic) Health Center, different styles of accommodation (design, traditional, elegant, historic), several Restaurants, two PGA Golf Courses, Driving Range and Academy, Meeting facilities and its own Casino.


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THE GREENWICH HOTEL


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Web: www.thegreenwichhotel.com The Greenwich, a luxurious hotel by Robert de Niro and Ira Drukier, located in the TriBeCa neighbourhood of New York. Japanese inspired Spa and Pool, outdoor Courtyard and a private Drawing Room. Hand woven carpets, antique pieces and original artwork provide a sophisticated, yet residential feel.


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GRAND HOTEL WIEN/THE RING N170


Web: www.grandhotelwien.com/www.theringhotel.com The Ring with its 68 rooms is the ultimate boutique hotel in Vienna where tradition and contemporary styles converge. The legendary Grand Hotel Wien perfectly unites the splendour of old world Vienna with state-of-the- art amenities in its 205 luxurious rooms and suites the 3


restaurants and meeting rooms. Sharing on the stand of JG Black Book Of Travel.


GRANDE BRETAGNE


F200


Web: www.grandebretagne.gr The Hotel Grande Bretagne, a Luxury Collection Hotel has represented the essence of hospitality in Greece for more than 134 years. With meticulous attention to detail, the 320 rooms and suites marry charming old-world elegance with state-of-the-art facilities whereas the 56 suites enjoy additional benefits including personalised Butler Service.


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GROSVENOR HOUSE


T160 APARTMENTS BY JUMEIRAH LIVING


Web: www.jumeirah.com Situated on London’s Park Lane, Grosvenor House Apartments by Jumeirah Living are the epitome of British design chic and offer 133 luxurious residences. From studios to a five-bedroom penthouse, the residences offer all the services of a five star hotel with the comfort and


security of a private Mayfair residence. Sharing on the stand of Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts.


GRAND HOTEL ZERMATTERHOF


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Web: www.zermatterhof.ch The Grand Hotel Zermatterhof situated in the heart of Zermatt combines traditional hospitality with the finest modern conveniences. 81 individually decorated rooms and suites, two restaurants, two bars and our wellness area are the perfect setting for a relaxing stay and numerous sporting activities. Conference facilities up to 240 persons.


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GRANDES ALPES PRIVATE HOTEL J200


Web: www.grandesalpes.com Luxuy private hotel in the heart of Courchevel 1850 with exclusive 9 apartments with individualized services. The property includes a Valmont Spa, exclusive dining


experiences with ski in & ski out placement. Sharing on the stand of Atout France.


GROSVENOR HOUSE, A JW MARRIOTT HOTEL


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Web: www.londongrosvenorhouse.co.uk Located in glamorous Mayfair, Grosvenor House is one of London’s most desirable addresses, with the West End and Knightsbridge just a short stroll away. Each of the 494 bedrooms and suites are furnished with luxury fabrics and a subtle blend of traditional and contemporary furnishings.


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GRAND HYATT DUBAI


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Web: www.dubai.grand.hyatt.com Grand Hyatt Dubai is a perfect blend of city conference and resort set within a lush oasis of 37 acres of landscaped gardens. Featuring a combination of resort facilities, luxury hotel guestrooms and suites,14 food & beverage outlets and one of the largest conference


facilities in the Middle East. Sharing on the stand of Dubai - Department Of Tourism & Commerce Marketing.


GREATER MIAMI CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU


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Web: www.gmcvb.com Miami. It’s more than an award-winning destination. It’s a state of being, where fashion meets function, providing the perfect arena for those in the know and those who want to come together in complete harmony. Miami is a place that makes hot oh-so-cool. Get ready to be dazzled.


GROUPE LUCIEN BARRIERE SAS U181 Web: www.lucienbarriere.com


Lucien Barrière Hôtels & Casinos operates 17 exceptional hotels in France and Marrakech. Combining the best of French art de vivre and renowned quality of service, with facilities from awarding spas to signature golf courses, and over 39 casinos & 100 restaurants including the famous Fouquet’s by the Champs Elysées.


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