Small Luxury Hotels Of The World™ Offers Worldwide Sizzling Summer Savings Of Up To 30 Per Cent, Complimentary Room Nights Or Special Extras

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Small Luxury Hotels of the World is launching a variety of Summer Savings offers, a new promotion including complimentary room nights, discounts of up to 30 per cent or special extras. These offers are available at participating hotels throughout Northern Europe, Italy, Paris, Greece, United Kingdom and Thailand. For more information or to make a reservation, visit

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And, with such a strong exchange rate against the Euro currently, these offers become even better value.

Small Luxury Hotels of the World™ (SLH) launches a variety of Summer Savings offers this season, a special promotion featuring enticing deals including complimentary room nights and discounts of up to 30 per cent inclusive of breakfast and/or special amenity* at select SLH hotels. Summer Savings, which vary by participating hotel, are valid throughout Northern Europe, Italy, Paris, Greece, United Kingdom and Thailand. From elephant trekking in the Asia Pacific and an on-site dairy in Denmark to a wine spa in France, the range of experiences available is endless. To learn more or to make a reservation, visit

“Whether you are seeking a secluded beachside resort in Thailand, a trip to the Italian city centre of Milan or a holiday to the English countryside, this is a great time for a getaway,” says Paul Kerr, Chief Executive Officer of Small Luxury Hotels of the World. “And, with such a strong exchange rate against the Euro currently, these offers become even better value.”

Highlights include:

Valid now through 31 October, select SLH hotels in Italy are offering discounts of at least 15 per cent including breakfast and special amenity, which can range from a private shopping experience at Prada to thermal pool water stretching, massage and more. Guests can opt for Ca’Sagredo Hotel, a stunning 15th century palazzo overlooking Venice’s Grand Canal or choose the more contemporary Hotel Art by Piazza Di Spagna, tucked away in the artistic heart of Rome, which features bright colours and high tech furnishings. Built in the 16th century, Villa Le Maschere in Tuscany sits in a National Park and offers an award-winning golf course, cooking school and wine tasting.

Select SLH hotels in Paris are giving customers the opportunity to extend their holiday with one complimentary night when paying for two through the end of August. At Pavillon de la Reine, a 17th century townhouse, guests can indulge in the culinary delights of its three Michelin-starred restaurant. Alternatively, travel to the outskirts of the city to Les Etangs de Corot, and discover The Caudalíe Spa, featuring Vinothérapie®, with treatments derived from grapes.

Participating hotels in Greece are offering either one complimentary night when guests pay for two, or a 15 per cent discount inclusive of breakfast, room upgrade and special amenity through October**. The Belvedere in Mykonos is a foodie’s dream come true: not only does the hotel source fresh local produce and prepare traditional delicacies for guests, but it is also home to Matsuhisa Mykonos. Opened by world renowned Japanese restaurateur, Nobu Matsuhisa, the restaurant offers an impressive selection of more than 5,000 bottles of wine and serves sushi and the signature dishes for which Chef Matushisa is known. Perfect for families, St. Nicolas Bay Resort Hotel & Villas in Crete offers a kids’ programme with dedicated beach and pool, plus a special restaurant menu at ‘baby prices.’ Guests are also invited to the hotel’s art gallery, where they can view a themed exhibit which showcases a wide range of paintings and sculptures by well-known young Greek artists.

Northern Europe:
Offering savings of up to 30 per cent including breakfast daily now through 31 October, there is no better time to explore the wonders of Estonia, Finland, Russia and beyond. At Nimb Hotel in Denmark, a Moorish-styled palace, guests are spoiled with homemade butter, cheese and milk made at the on-site dairy. Or, travellers can consider a stay at Alexander House in Russia, where every room is named after a different world-class city, each retaining some of its original 19th century features.

United Kingdom:
Customers travelling to the UK will enjoy savings of up to 15 per cent inclusive of breakfast through 30 September. Guests of The Arch London, a trendy new townhouse hotel, will delight in its signature marTEAni with ‘press to refresh’ service and prime city centre location. For those seeking more active pursuits in the countryside, Stapleford Park is a stately mansion offering family-friendly activities including falconry, giant chess, clay pigeon shooting, treasure hunts and more. Declared an area of outstanding natural beauty, guests of The Cotswold House Hotel can take in the area’s stunning surroundings and enjoy cuisine utilising fresh regional produce. Fido will receive top-notch pet pampering too with treats and a luxury doggie bed! (nominal pet fee applies)

Now through 30 September, travellers to Thailand can take advantage of discounts of up to 20 per cent inclusive of a special amenity at participating hotels. Special amenities – ranging from learning experiences to cultural ones – include Thai cooking classes, museum tickets, island hopping and more. At The Racha, a private island escape just off the coast of Phuket, guests of this eco-conscious paradise will experience a holistic spa and a variety of restaurants serving everything from seafood barbeques to homemade pastries. At Anantara Golden Triangle Resort & Spa, travellers can visit three countries in one day with Laos and Miramar bordering the hotel’s grounds or alternatively, learn how to ‘drive’ an elephant from a master mahout at the resort’s elephant camp.

To take advantage of these offers or to make a reservation at any Small Luxury Hotels of the World property, travellers can download the new SLH iPhone app from the iTunes store, visit or call one of the worldwide reservations offices, found here: Customers can also contact their favourite travel planner. Guests can keep in touch with Small Luxury Hotels of the World via its Facebook and Twitter pages: and

About Small Luxury Hotels of the World:
The Small Luxury Hotels of the World™ (SLH) brand is an unrivalled portfolio of some of the world’s finest small independent hotels. Comprising over 500 hotels in more than 70 countries, the diversity of the individual hotels, and the experiences that they offer, is exceptional. From cutting-edge design hotels to palatial 17th century mansions, city centre sanctuaries to remote private islands, historic country houses to idyllic resorts, Small Luxury Hotels of the World offers only the very best. Reservations can be made at any Small Luxury Hotels of the World property via or by calling one of the worldwide reservations offices, found here: Travel agents need only remember the GDS code LX for LuXury.

*Offers are subject to availability and the hotel’s booking terms and conditions. Rates are based on 2 people sharing. Offer is valid for arrivals before 31 October 2010. Booking and stay periods vary by hotel and region. Travellers must check specific hotel offer details at time of booking. Minimum stay periods apply. Full non-refundable prepayment required by hotel at time of booking. Bookings cannot be changed. An advance purchase condition may apply to selected participating hotels. Discounts vary by hotel and are reflected in the rate displayed. Blackout dates may apply and vary among participating hotels. Offer not valid with group bookings. Discount is reflected off each participating hotel’s Best Available Rate. The Best Available Rate is a specific rate type that varies depending on time of purchase and date of stay.

**15 percent discount inclusive of breakfast, room upgrade and amenity at participating Greek hotels is valid now through 30 September; participating Greek hotels are offering one complimentary night when two are paid for in the month of October only.


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Bryony Gammon, Robyn Fuchs, Jana Roberts