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THE ST.REGIS VENICE DEBUTS ON GRAND CANAL

The St. Regis Venice has made its debut Wednesday on the Grand Canal and just steps from Piazza San Marco. The hotel, which St. Regis Hotels & Resorts touts has “the largest waterfrontage in Venice” opens following a two-year, full-scale renovation of the former Grand Hotel Britannia, which opened in 1895 (the same year as the inaugural Venice Biennale).

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Christian Stan, on 17 Oct. 19, No Comments

DISCOVER MEXICO CITY WITH EMIRATES

Ahead of its inaugural flight to Mexico City via Barcelona on 9 December, Emirates is offering travellers in the UAE a chance to book early and discover one of most fascinating and vibrant cities in the Americas.* Families and solo travellers can also take advantage and venture to a new destination this winter.

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Christian Stan, on 16 Oct. 19, No Comments

RING IN THE NEW YEAR IN STYLE AT FOUR SEASONS HOTEL FIRENZE

With its festive atmosphere and profusion of cultural highlights, the city of Florence is a perfect destination to spend the holidays and enjoy a memorable New Year’s Eve celebration. Fall and winter are the best times of year to enjoy easy access to the city landmark museums and get immersed into the rich Renaissance culture and history – away from the summer crowds – and warm up with delicious winter Tuscan specialties.

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Christian Stan, on 15 Oct. 19, No Comments

THE SEXY AND SLEEK SIX SENSES DUXTON, SINGAPORE

Six Senses Duxton is perfectly situated in Tanjong Pagar, the island city-state’s central district and the eclectic heart of Chinatown where business, socializing, dining and nightlife take center stage. Together with Six Senses Maxwell it forms Six Senses Singapore, the first urban hotels of the brand.

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Christian Stan, on 13 Oct. 19, No Comments

HERITAGE MEETS SUSTAINABILITY AT SIX SENSES MAXWELL, SINGAPORE

Six Senses Maxwell is set in a block of heritage shop houses in Singapore’s Chinatown and has been beautifully restored to its original grandeur with interiors by French designer Jacques Garcia.

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Christian Stan, on 11 Oct. 19, No Comments