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The posh Trump SoHo features New York’s only private luxury hammam experience and is just a 12-minute walk from Washington Square Park. Guests enjoy the ultimate in luxury as they dine at unique restaurants and unwind over cocktails in The Library or retreat to the seasonal Bar d’Eau with its outdoor pool deck. Inspired by the cobblestone streets and the history of the neighborhood, the intimate yet dramatic hotel reflects SoHo’s unique environment.
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park London welcomes you with legendary service, steeped in the values of the orient. Overlooking Hyde Park and Knightsbridge, The Mandarin Oriental features elegant rooms, a Guest Services Manager on every floor to cater to guests’ needs, two outstanding restaurants and a stunning bar.
You’ll discover your personal oasis of calm at The Scarlet Huntington, San Francisco, which pays homage to the former Huntington Hotel’s illustrious legacy in Nob Hill, a San Francisco neighborhood known for historic Victorian homes and spectacular views.
A 12-minute walk from the Denver Performing Arts Complex, the premier Ritz-Carlton Denver is renowned for its plush accommodations, spectacular spa, acclaimed fine dining and impeccable service. Spacious guest rooms feature baths with soaking tubs and rainforest showerheads, and guests enjoy free access to an adjacent fitness center with an indoor pool.
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