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ST. REGIS HOTEL TO DEBUT IN TURKEY

Designed by Turkish Architect Emre Arolat, The St. Regis Istanbul will Introduce unparalleled luxury & style into the dynamic gateway city when it opens in March 2015.

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Christian Stan, on 28 Feb. 15, No Comments

EXPERIENCE LUXURY IN THE WILD AT MARA BUSHTOPS, KENYA

Mara Bushtops has been called the best camp in Kenya, by people who know the difference between wild claims and the real thing. It boasts a sensational location, perched on the side of a hill, with a scenic valley to one side.

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WEDDINGS TO REMEMBER AT THE WHITE DOVE CHAPEL IN BALI

The White Dove, a Wedding Chapel opened last summer at Banyan Tree Ungasan, Bali – is the ultimate destination wedding venue perched high on the cliffs of Bali’s southernmost peninsular. With three hundred ornamental white
doves placed on the side of the chapel and offering romantic vistas of the Indian Ocean, it is the perfect backdrop to celebrate one of life’s happiest moments.

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Christian Stan, on 27 Feb. 15, No Comments

HILTON SEYCHELLES LABRIZ RESORT AND SPA, A PARADISE FOR BUSINESS TRAVELERS

Combine business with pleasure at Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa, the perfect backdrop in which to make a great, long-lasting impression and build professional relationships. Beautiful, tropical surrounds, modern, deluxe facilities, a spacious feel, chic design and expert, creative events planning make Silhouette Island the ideal venue for your group events, meetings and business incentives.

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AMANDAYAN OPENS IN LIJIANG, CHINA

Aman’s third property in China, Amandayan, has opened in the fabled city of Lijiang. Set on a hillside above the UNESCO protected Old Town, the property draws its name from the Sanskrit derived word for ‘peace’ and ‘Dayan’, the historic name for Lijiang when it was first established by the ruling Mu family in the 13th century.

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Christian Stan, on 26 Feb. 15, No Comments