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Royal trio to attend ULTRAs | Six Senses in Ibiza | One&Only in Rwanda

Now entering its third year, the partnership between TTG Media and Ultratravel is an important one
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Now entering its third year, the partnership between TTG Media and Ultratravel is an important one that sees us collaborate on creating "the biggest day in luxury travel" here in the UK. And it just got even bigger with the news that Sarah, Duchess of York, HRH Princess Beatrice of York and HRH Princess Eugenie of York will all be attending the ULTRAs – one of three elements on May 22. It’s a day that also includes the popular Luxpo event and the Ultratravel Forum, which sees a host of other luminaries take to the stage to discuss trends. Some of those trends may be covered in a new ILTM report out this week, and they may also include brand expansion into new destinations, as we’ve just seen from One&Only, Six Senses and Leeu Collection – all of whom have exciting projects on the drawing board.

April Hutchinson
editor, ttgluxury

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