December 2015

Small Luxury Hotels of the World is delighted to announce new hotels in Paris, Perth and Prague. The BoHo Hotel Prague and COMO The Treasury in Perth both signify the luxury brand’s first hotels in these sought after destinations, while the Grand Hotel du Palais Royal perfectly complements SLH’s existing collection of 13 of this iconic city’s top places to spend a night.

With the Royal Garden one side and the Louvre the other, Grand Hotel du Palais Royal has an enviable location allowing its guests to experience Paris as past monarchs have. The location isn't the only thing guests will be recounting on their return home – the hotel's fine dining restaurant Le Lulli was created to feel like a winter garden and offers some 30 different champagnes. For those who wish to explore; the infamous Clefs d'Or concierge knows the city's secrets and can provide guests with the insider's guide to Paris. No stay is complete without a visit to their tranquil spa where each guest must dip their toe in the Turkish baths, enjoy a massage or have their hair styled before enjoying Paris’ legendary nightlife. Guests really looking for the WOW factor should consider staying in the inspired Penthouse, boasting 180 degree views from the terrace of Montmartre, the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower.

The eagerly anticipated BoHo Hotel Prague will open this month and will be SLH’s first hotel in the Czech Republic's capital city. After checking out the city's palace and infamous Charles Bridge the BoHo Hotel is the sanctuary guests dream of to recuperate; gearing up for another day of adventure. The hotel was once the city's post office and has since been converted and renovated to host 57 rooms, a restaurant, gym and spa. A massage in their stylish and contemporary spa including steam and sauna will ensure a tranquil and graceful end to the day.

COMO The Treasury was once a grand 19th-century state building that was recently restored to its original heritage (95% of the original building has been recreated) by renowned architect Kerry Hill. There are plenty of reasons to visit Perth but COMO The Treasury is reason alone – this new hotel opened in October 2015 and hosts 48 rooms over four floors of renovated splendour. For the past 140 years the building has been serving the community as state government offices, today it serves the public in a very different way. Located in Perth's Cathedral Square, guests can't get much closer to the heart of this cultural metropolis.  With two restaurants, the hotel caters to even the most refined palate. Post is a modern Australian bistro with a French flair and Wildflower, with Executive chef Jed Gerrard presents European dishes that are based around the 6 indigenous seasons. Before leaving guests would be remiss not to visit the legendary Shambala Spa – a true oasis of relaxation.

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