Ensemble Launches 2016 Hotel Gallery

ensemble hotel gallery 2016 coverEnsemble Travel Group has released the 2016 Ensemble Hotel & Resort Collection gallery, which showcases nearly 700 diverse properties around the world. 

The cover of "The Art of Luxury" gallery showcases the Alila Villas Uluwatu in Bali, an award-winning property perched on a cliff with stunning views of the Indian Ocean. A newcomer to the Ensemble Hotel & Resort Collection in 2016, this resort offers luxurious accommodations, holistic therapies, personalized concierge services, and traditional Indonesian and Balinese cuisine. 

Other standouts welcomed to the collection in 2016 include: SUMAQ Machu Picchu Hotel (Lima, Peru), Rosewood Castiglion Del Bosco (Montalcino, Italy), Le Mas de Pierre (St. Paul de Vence, France), Conservatorium Hotel (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Gansevoort Playa Imbert (Puerta Plata, Dominican Republic), Montage Kapalua Bay (Lahaina, HI), and Canyon Ranch (Lenox, MA; Tucson, AZ).

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The 2016 directory also has a section called “Off the Beaten Path,” an offering of lesser-known hotel “jewels” that appeal to Ensemble members’ clients who are seeking unusual accommodations. Examples include: PER AQUUM Desert Palm, a 160-acre polo estate in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; A&K Exclusive Mobile Safari Camp in Nairobi, Kenya; and Clayoquot Wilderness Resort in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia.

"The Art of Luxury" gallery is available in both print and digital versions. 

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