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Small Luxury Hotels Of The World Sydney Media Cocktail Participants’ Unique Qualities

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Small Luxury Hotels of the World is delighted to bring its delegation of hotels to Sydney. With 12 hotels represented there is something for everyone be it a city centre retreat, a serene resort or a charming country house.http://eventscrm.ttgasia.com/ttg2016/itcmchina/buyer/itcmbuyer.asp?code=GlobalTravelMedia Below are some of the unique qualities that contribute to the SLH experience at these hotels:

7 Secrets Resort and Wellness Retreat, Lombok, Indonesia

  • Authentic Indonesian design meets modern, minimalist décor
  • Open-air bathrooms, private terraces and Jacuzzis in each suite – with garden, mountain and ocean views
  • Inventive gastronomy from Michelin-starred chef Ezio Gritti

Bay of Many Coves, Queen Charlotte Sound, New Zealand

  • Eco-luxury hideaway in unspoilt natural surroundings
  • Fine dining restaurant with personalised menus
  • Range of exclusive excursions from private wine tours to eco cruises and swimming with dolphins

Berkeley River Lodge, Berkeley River, Australia

  • Secluded, luxury resort can only be reached by seaplane or light aircraft
  • Villas have outdoor bathtubs for starlight bathing
  • Positioned high on the dunes, every villa has sweeping 180˚ views of the spectacular landscape

Blanket Bay, Queenstown, New Zealand

  • Secluded luxury lodge made with New Zealand stone and timber
  • All rooms have a balcony or private terrace with spectacular views of the Southern Alps and Lake Wakatipu
  • Scenic helicopter flights, horse riding and trips down the Dart River by boat or kayak

Eagle’s Nest, Bay of Islands, New Zealand

  • Chic Bay of Islands retreat with spectacular views from the ridgeway
  • Choice of exclusive multi-room villas with sliding glass walls, private infinity pools, outdoor fires and gourmet kitchens
  • Romantic picnics on the hotel’s private island

Hotel Éclat Beijing, Beijing, China

  • Housed in the striking Parkview Green development in Beijing’s business district
  • Astounding private art collection, with works by Salvador Dali, Andy Warhol and Zeng Fangzhi
  • Luxury suites, many with private terraces and some with pools

Greenhill Lodge, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand

  • Veranda and turret with telescope for viewing the scenery by day, and the stars by night
  • Wide selection of wines from local vineyards to sample
  • Gourmet picnic hampers available for day trips

Keemala, Phuket, Thailand

  • Hip hideaway that’s in harmony with nature and traditional Phuket culture
  • Clay Cottages, glass-fronted Tent Pool Villas, luxurious Tree Houses and Bird’s Nest Pool Villas, all with private terraces
  • Philosophy of wellness with yoga, spa treatments and meditation in the rainforest

Pacific Resort Aitutaki, Aitutaki, Cook Islands

  • Luxury thatched beachfront bungalows and suites
  • Guests greeted with traditional flower garland and refreshing coconut drink
  • Restaurant serving just-caught lagoon fish and fruit from the hotel’s own garden

The George, Christchurch, New Zealand

  • Luxury suites designed by Warren & Mahoney, with park and river views
  • Two award-winning restaurants with contemporary gastronomy and seasonal menus
  • Decorated with modern New Zealand art

The Racha, Phuket, Thailand

  • Deluxe villas feature indoor and outdoor tropical showers
  • Exclusive use five-storey lighthouse with private pool and 360˚ views from the observation tower
  • Exceptional spa with couples’ suites that include individual plunge pool, steam room and rain shower

The Tokyo Station Hotel, Japan

  • Grand red-brick residence dating back to 1915, with railway connections
  • Contemporary spa featuring Terrake treatments, saunas and thermal baths
  • Variety of dining options including French, sushi, traditional kaiseki and Japanese confectionery

Ulagalla Resort, Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka

  • Housed in ancient noble residence of the sacred city of Anauradhapura
  • Eco-luxury chalets with glass walls for panoramic views of unspoilt nature
  • Resort activities include jungle kayaking, organic garden tours, kite making and nature walks

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