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We recently wrapped up another great Forum in partnership with Ultratravel (and a Luxpo with it). If you couldn’t make it, we missed you of course, but we’ve also spelt out some of the highlights for you – such as what leading hotel designers and architects are thinking about the future, why The Economist thinks we need to adapt to the “new normal” and how you should consider appealing to Instagram-obsessed celebs.

Plus, not forgetting the latest jam-packed issue of ttgluxury is out now. Summer may be elusive in the UK, but hopefully our version of summer will brighten things up a bit for you…

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OUT NOW: Get your summer fix of ttgluxury, from private islands to Joburg’s hottest restaurants… it’s all here
Luxpo hits the road – popular luxury agent event heading to Edinburgh, Manchester and Belfast
Yes it's a train – but Japanese style… Two impressive new 'luxury hotels on rails' to launch in 2017
Agents: Come with us to the Maldives! Shangri-La Villingili and SriLankan Airlines will be hosting the next ttgluxury Experience
Forum: Celebs say show us your best bits on Instagram and we’ll book
Forum: We’re in a 'brave new world' for hotels – but what does it look like?
Forum: Are you adapting to the 'new normal'? Be flexible in uncertain times
In pictures: The Biggest Day in Luxury Travel; the easy version (just scroll through a few pictures to get the gist)
 
 
 
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