Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) is taking advantage of the upswing in demand for greater privacy for guests, launching a brand identity for its members’ villas and accommodations as Private Collection.
The stable features 76 handpicked dwellings currently in 28 countries, from Japan to Thailand, Europe, Africa, Central and South America, the Caribbean and Australia.
The Private Collection also sees the addition of two new member hotels, Salvatore Ferragamo’s Florentine countryside escape, Viesca Toscana, and the French beachside Château Le Nessay.
The portfolio offers the privacy of a standalone villa with all of the perks and services of a boutique hotel. An Small Luxury Hotels of the World lodging option that organically encourages longer stays and a slower pace of travel, these spacious villas meet the growing demands of travellers interested in private accommodations, group holidays, and multigenerational travel.
This newly unveiled collection even caters to the digital nomad, who will now easily identify villa options via Small Luxury Hotels of the World that offer work-friendly amenities and are spacious enough for families and groups.
SLH Also Adds 11 More Hotels to its Portfolio
In addition to welcoming Viesca Toscana and Le Nessay to SLH, Small Luxury Hotels of the World also unveils 11 other boutique hotels who have joined its portfolio. Apart from making its first foray into the ecological marvels of Langkawi, Malaysia, Small Luxury Hotels of the World also fortifies its presence in Mexico, across Europe and beyond.