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.