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lebua JAIPUR, A VIBRANT AND ECLECTIC RESORT INSPIRED BY THE COLOURS OF RAJASTHAN

Rajasthan brings to mind a land full of colour, vibrancy and cultural splendour. lebua Resort, Jaipur has a vocabulary of design that looks inwards at this rich source for inspiration.

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Christian Stan, on 4 Apr. 15, No Comments

MANDADRIN ORIENTAL, TOKYO OFFERS HELICOPTER TOURS OF MOUNT FUJI

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is delighted to announce the launch of its lavish accommodation package, Helicopter Flycation, which includes a private helicopter tour of Mount Fuji.

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Christian Stan, on 3 Apr. 15, No Comments

TREE OF LIFE RESORT JAIPUR, A PEACEFULL PARADISE

Nestled among the undulating Aravalli hills lies your perfect getaway. The Tree of Life Resort & Spa, Jaipur offers you relaxation coupled with style, beauty and unmatched service. The resort features 13 luxury villas set on seven serene acres of land. Built using local architectural style and design – with extensive use of sandstone and lime reflecting Rajasthan’s long architectural history – the Resort will transport you through centuries of tradition laced with a modern touch.

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THE RITZ-CARLTON, BERLIN WELCOMES ARAB GUESTS WITH EXCLUSIVE SERVICES

The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin knows how to impress its guests with personal service. Particularly for guests from the Middle East, the hotel at the heart of Berlin has expanded its offer and provides an Oriental ambience including Qur’an and prayer rug as well as special attention to the needs and wishes of guests travelling for medical reasons.

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Christian Stan, on 2 Apr. 15, No Comments

EVERY DAY IS EARTH DAY IN THE SHANGRI-LA KITCHENS

This April, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts will mark the global rollout of its culinary sustainability initiative, Rooted in Nature, by hosting a month-long celebration of the group’s most exceptional food purveyors. From small farms in the Maldives to fishing villages in Malaysia, the hotels will recognise the farmers, fisherman and ranchers that make dining at Shangri-La not only delicious but also sustainable.

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Christian Stan, on 1 Apr. 15, No Comments