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SLH sets its sights on France

Small Luxury Hotels of the World delivers 12% YTD growth in performances recorded in France, as highlighted by local member hoteliers.

As it celebrates its 25 years, Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) showcases the role of the French market in its activity. The network has a total of 46 member hotels in the country, 13 of which are located in the capital. Paris its third strongest destination in terms of realized sales after New York and London. The presence of SLH continues to grow in France, with the Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal that just joined its portfolio and the Hôtel Pashmina Le Refuge in Val Thorens that will open its doors in December with the label.

Small Luxury Hotels of the World also outlines the good results of French tourism professionals at its hotels, up 12% end September 2015, with respect to the same period last year.

According to Filip Boyen, who recently joined SLH in London: "The French market is a key market for SLH, playing an important role as a source market with demand that is taking shape both nationally and internationally. Our 44 French hotels offer our clients a vast array of experiences ranging from relaxation in urban areas to historic châteaux, or seaside luxuty hotels. Regarding the generation of trips abroad, the French are a strong source of clientèle for European destinations where SLH has the most properties, proving that the diversity of our collection offers sustainable appeal to frequent travellers, which is a decisive asset when it comes to developing the loyalty of SLH's customers."

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