Luxe Worldwide Hotels (LWH) today announced the addition of five new member properties to its roster of nearly 200 independently-owned hotels spanning 31 countries across four continents. Hotels in Madrid, Seville, Paris, Munich and Dongguan have joined the other independently-owned member properties who benefit from LWH’s leading services, including a global distribution system, 14 global sales offices and extensive communications channels, all designed to increase each property’s visibility and revenue.
As with all LWH member hotels, the newly added properties boast individual character, unique design elements, historical or cultural significance, a distinct sense of place, and desirable locations. The hotels added to the collection include:
Hotel Manzoni, Milan, Italy
Ideally located in the heart of Milan’s Fashion District "Quadrilatero della Moda," Hotel Manzoni, is a 4-star gem that provides guests visiting from near and far impeccable comforts, a welcoming staff and elegant, classic style with modern luxuries.
Serving as a warm and welcoming home to travelers since 1951, Hotel Manzoni features 45 refurbished rooms surrounded by prestigious boutiques and restaurants, close to the main monuments, museums and theatres.
Hotel Petit Palace Santa Cruz, Seville, Spain
A charming hotel in downtown Seville’s Santa Cruz district, Hotel Petit Palace is an ideal combination of modernity and tradition with a distinct sense of place. The hotel features 46 rooms equipped with flat screen televisions, laptops with complimentary wi-fi and hydromassage showers. The unique, pet-friendly hotel also helps travelers make the most of their stay with a fully-equipped business center, delightful outdoor dining patio and complimentary bicycle rentals. Follow the narrow streets outside the hotel to a city packed with lively music, tapas and adventures.
La Terrass Hotel, Paris, France
The only 4-star hotel in Montmarte, the Terrass Hotel features stunning views of The City of Lights and is within striking distance of the Sacre Coeur and the Moulin Rouge. Guests can choose from 98 elegantly decorated rooms and suites, featuring gourmet mini bars, flat screen televisions, complimentary wi-fi, pillow menus and patios overlooking breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower and Paris. Just outside the hotel, guests can explore the whimsical district of Montmarte, where art galleries, fashion boutiques and charming cafes abound.
Eurostars Book Hotel, Munich, Germany
Located in the epicenter of Munich’s business district, the Eurostars Book Hotel is an innovative, unique establishment entirely dedicated to books. Featuring 201 guestrooms, each of the hotel’s floors features a literary theme and the corridors and guestrooms pay tribute to the great writings of world history. Highly acclaimed for its creative architecture and interior decor, guests are treated to a literary journey through time where they’ll find characters like Don Quixote, Anna Karenina, Othello, Robinson Crusoe, Cyrano de Bergerac and Gulliver within Eurostars Book Hotel’s rooms and walls.
Parklane Hotel, Dongguan, China
Situated by the Pearl River Delta in the city of Dongguan, the Parklane Hotel offers the conveniences of home in a modern setting. The five-star property is ideally located a short distance from the city’s multiple transportation hubs, with easy access to Hong Kong and Guangzhou. The Parklane features 400 guest rooms, spa services, a fitness center, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a tennis court and an indoor basketball court. Just outside the hotel, guests can enjoy a round of golf or a walk in the neighborhood park.
About Luxe Worldwide Hotels
Luxe Worldwide Hotels (LWH) offers its member properties an extensive variety of exceptional reservations, sales and marketing resources. With 14 sales offices around the globe, LWH is renowned in the hospitality industry for its exceptional customer service and representation services. Nearly 200 independently owned properties compose the LWH collection, spanning 31 countries across four continents. Every member hotel offers originality in décor, reflecting local cultural sensibilities or compelling design and architectural elements. Of particular note is the fact that LWH is not led by a large corporation, rather by a visionary veteran hotelier, Efrem Harkham. The LWH mission, derived from Harkham’s more than 25 years of experience, is to support each independent property’s efforts to increase their visibility, volume and viability —ultimately increasing revenue. For more information, please visit, http://www.luxehotels.com, follow us on Twitter @luxeworldwide and “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/Luxe-Worldwide-Hotels.com.