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Hi Blue, here's the latest from ttgluxury

I was lucky this week to spend two nights in Paris, the City of Light, with Four Seasons. We can often get carried away with the new, the now and the next; but we also have to admire what came before and how beautiful that can be too, especially if it has enjoyed enhancements like those at Four Seasons George V. They have been carried out under the expert eye of its warm and talented general manager Jose Silva, who has also shepherded his incredible team through a shocking year in the wake of the attacks just over a year ago. And the message remains firm: this city is there waiting for everyone, so I hope you get the chance to visit Paris soon, as this is a place that never goes out of style. Neither does, we hope, ttgluxury, the winter edition of which is now making its way to our agent community and is also available here for your perusal.

April Hutchinson
editor, ttgluxury

Winter 2016 Digital Edition

Read ttgluxury Winter 2016 online

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