Five collections to relate the true travelers with a unique luxury experience that meets every requirement, preference and lifestyle. This is the philosophy of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, the brand of world’s most important independent luxury hotels representing over 650 of the finest hotels, resorts, residences and groups of small charming hotels present in 85 countries, including Italy with 37 facilities. Only in the last three months Preferred Hotels & Resorts has added 15 new properties to a
portfolio of the unique qualities and perfect for unforgettable travel experience. So, the hashtag #ThePrefferredLife is a way to allow visitors to tell the unique qualities of each structure and the experiences that immerse the traveller in the local culture through true hospitality and refined made of breathtaking views, starred chefs and exclusive services. Among the new entries there is the Half Moon, located between the hills and the sea of Montego Bay, Jamaica. One of the most glamorous resorts in the
Caribbean, with its suites overlooking the beach, private villas with a chef, butler and housekeeper, less than 54 pools and a Spa
that offers a unique sensory experience. In India the Lebua Resort Jaipur, one of the most majestic of Rajasthan, is strategically located near monuments such as Hawa Mahal and Sisodia Rani Bagh. Another new addition among independents hotel is the Metropole Geneve (Switzerland), boutique hotel located on the left bank of Lake Geneva: from the top floor lounge you can enjoy
a wonderful view of the city and lake. And in March 2017 there will be a new opening in Stockholm that aims to revive the Brunkebergstorg district and that represents the first Preferred presence in Sweden. It is the At Six, a contemporary art hotel that continues the Swedish tradition of elegant design, comfort and manufacturing skill. Designed by Nordic Hotels & Resorts and the award-winning London based Universal Design Studio, At Six will offer 343 rooms perfectly designed and spacious,
including 41 suites and a presidential suite of 85 sqm with a private roof terrace. The common areas include modern art collections and exhibitions curated by Sune Nordgren, wine bar, cocktail bar, brasserie and fitness. The adjacent rooftop restaurant with two floors, with bar and terrace, designed to become the main meeting point of the city, will serve the creations of award-winning local chef Frida Ronge while offering a unique view of the Swedish capital.