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ttgluxury | 26/11/2015 | View as web page | @ttgmedia

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Shake off the winter chill by flicking through the new issue of ttgluxury, filled with travel tips, ideas and features from warmer climes and across the globe. One person who has probably been feeling the chill more than most is the MD of a well-known luxury tour operator who has stripped off to pose for a calendar to help raise funds for cancer charities. Meanwhile, for anyone who really wants to warm up next year – we’re launching our next ttgluxury Experience today, which is a fantastic trip to Sri Lanka with Uga Escapes and Oman Air. Uga Escapes is in expansion mode – as are several other hotel brands, including Rosewood and LVMH and we’ve also got updates on a raft of Caribbean developments. And don’t forget to tune into Channel 4 this Monday when The World’s Most Famous Train goes behind the scenes on the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express.


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Come with us to Sri Lanka!
We are teaming up with Uga Escapes and Oman Air on an unforgettable ttgluxury Experience educational to the island
Luxury travel boss bares all
MD poses naked for a calendar to help raise funds for cancer charities
Life onboard The World’s Most Famous Train
A documentary on the VSOE hits Channel 4 next week – and we were there for the filming
Travel firms join Black Friday mania
Several operators, cruise lines and hoteliers are following the US tradition
Rosewood to expand in Indochina
Top architect is working on a Laos hotel that also includes a hospitality school
LVMH set to unveil latest hotel
The slopes of Courchevel are next in line for the luxury giant
Checking into the Caribbean
The latest hotel launches and revamps across the islands
Travel sector to grow 3.5% in 2015
Overall global figure down on expectations but still showing overall growth this year
 
 

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