Orient-Express Hotels Ltd. is dedicated to creating unique experiences, and this ethos extends to the spa treatments offered at each property, which are regularly updated to ensure guests enjoy a truly unforgettable visit. This autumn, innovative new treatments are available on spa menus in hotels in Mallorca, Sicily, Cape Town and California, using nourishing ingredients to leave guests feeling relaxed and revitalised.
Located on the French side of St. Martin, La Samanna has completed the second phase of an extensive renovation project. Revitalising its long-standing reputation as the ultimate luxury Caribbean destination, the Orient-Express property now features two new restaurants and a revamped lobby with sea views as part of the redesigned main building, as well as refurbished suites and rooms.
Orient-Express Hotels appointed John M. Scott III as president and chief executive officer and as a director. Mr. Scott, 47, is an experienced operator of luxury hotels who most recently served as President and CEO of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, where he oversaw a portfolio of 17 ultra-luxury hotels located in seven countries with combined revenues of more than $500 million.
Tata Group-owned Indian Hotels Company (IHC) has launched a takeover bid for luxury hotel chain Orient-Express Hotels in a bid to expand its international presence.
Following an unforgettable couple of weeks in London, this Sunday all eyes will turn to Brazil as the torch is handed over to the next host nation. A hive of activity, Rio de Janeiro is already gearing up not only to host the next major games in 2016 but also the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and Copacabana Palace is no exception.
Orient-Express Hotels Ltd., owners or part-owners and managers of 46 luxury hotel, restaurant, tourist train and river cruise properties operating in 23 countries, today announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell The Observatory Hotel, Sydney, to an international luxury hotel group.