Small Luxury Hotels of the World Announces Additions to Portfolio

By Jesse Sokolow on 20 July 2013
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View from the island of Maui

View from the island of Maui

Small Luxury Hotels of the World, a global marketing and distribution brand for independent luxury hoteliers, announced it has added new properties to its portfolio. The hotels are located in Lebanon, Texas, Hawaii, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Kazakhstan, and the Bahamas.

The O Monot in Beirut, Lebanon, will be the company’s first property in the country.  Opening in September of this year, the property will have 41 rooms and suites, a restaurant, and rooftop pool and terrace bar.

Also set to open in September is the Hotel Ella, in Austin, Texas.  The hotel will have an interior courtyard with a pool and private cabanas, as well as gardens spread around the property, and a restaurant that will serve contemporary America cuisine with an Austin, Texas twist.

In Hawaii, the Hotel Wailea in Maui is located next to various local activities, including golf courses, beaches, shopping, and fine restaurants.  There is also a hydrotherapy spa, cabana-encircled pool, Italian restaurant, and private beach club located on the property.

The Petit St. Vincent in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is situated on a private island that has 22 guest cottages.  Each cottage has an absence of phones, Internet, and TV so that guests can enjoy the resort’s amenities, which include a Balinese spa, water sports center, tennis courts, yoga pavilion, two restaurants, a beach barbeque area, and a wine cellar.

In Kazakhstan, the Donatello Boutique Hotel in Almaty has 22 individually-designed guestrooms and suites.  The property also features a spa, Italian restaurant, lounge bar, and the Donatello Club.

Tiamo Resort, the company’s first property in the Bahamas, is accessible only by boat or seaplane.  There are 10 villas on the property, and the dining features Caribbean and fusion cuisine.

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