Small Luxury Hotels of the World Adds Five Properties

INTERNATIONAL REPORT—Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) has added five new properties to its portfolio of luxury boutique hotels.

Crans Ambassador, Crans-Montana, Switzerland

At Crans Ambassador, the first thing to notice are the views—snow-capped in winter and sun-drenched in summer. The interior design includes natural wood and warm fabrics for a modern take on chalet style featuring large windows and private terraces overlooking the forest or the valley. 

Cape Fahn Hotel, Koh Samui, Thailand

Cape Fahn Hotel is set on a private island. Influenced by traditional Thai architecture, each villa has a large plunge pool with private sun deck and decorated with natural wood complemented by a sea-inspired color palette.

Opus XVI, Bergen, Norway

Crafted by descendants of Bergan composer Edvard Grieg and named after his famed concerto, Opus XVI offers guests a modern feel immersed in the city’s musical heritage. Every element of this luxury city center hotel plays a part in telling Grieg’s story, with original features including marble columns and polished granite walls alongside Scandi-chic design.

The Liming Bequia, St. Vincent & The Grenadines

The Liming has nine villas including one five-bedroom mansion house, each offering private views.

Villa Neri Resort & Spa, Linguaglossa, Italy

Villa Neri Resort & Spa takes elements of traditional Sicilian living and turns them into something fresh and contemporary.