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10 of the best discounted getaways from Small Luxury Hotels of the World

With the holidays upon us once more, it’s never been a better time to book with Small Luxury Hotels of the World. That’s because right now, SLH are offering discounts of up to 40% on certain hotels when you book and pay at the same time. What’s more, they’re also offering a special Club Member offer on top – a free Kobo Aura eReader when you make a reservation. So, to save you a lot of the hard work of finding these offers, we’ve highlighted 10 that caught our eye here at A Luxury Travel Blog. With all these offers, subject to availability, you’ll even get a free room upgrade on check-in, too! Banke Hotel, Paris Jet off to the City of Light and stay in an early 20th century former bank headquarters. The hotel has a beautiful Belle Epoque interior with an extensive art collection, including sculptures from all over the world. This is a perfect location in the heart of the Opera quarter, close to the Louvre and the Galleries La Fayette. Banke Hotel La Flora Resort Patong, Phuket On Phuket’s south-west shoreline, La Flora Resort Patong offers exclusive pool villas with stunning views out towards the Andaman Sea. It’s the perfect resort for those just wanting to unwind, but with activities available such as elephant treks or jungle eco-tours for those who find themselves getting a little bit restless. Hotel Bagués, Barcelona Arguably one of the most attractive buildings on La Rambla, Hotel Bagués occupies the historic palace of El Regulador which once housed the Bagués-Masriera family jewellery workshop. Today it is home to a collection of modernist Art Nouveau jewellery, with a piece displayed in every room. Another highlight of the hotel is to head to the terrace restaurant for tapas and sublime views of the Barcelona skyline. Baros Maldives Situated in the central southern part of North Male’ Atoll, Baros Maldives consists of 45 beachside and 30 over-water villas, all beautifully designed and built by craftsmen using sandstone and timber so you can enjoy accommodation that blends with the natural environment. Baros Maldives Pallas Athena Boutique Hotel, Athens This urban-chic boutique hotel in the heart of Athens is decorated with modern art and each room has a truly unique design. In the restaurant, much of the produce is sourced from the hotel’s own traditional farm on the island of Crete. Jungle Beach, Trincomalee With teak walkways that crisscross lotus ponds and weave among the jungle foliage, Jungle Beach is a stunning getaway on the north-east coast of Sri Lanka. If you seek seclusion, golden sands and a turquoise sea, then this is the place for you. Fellah Hotel, Marrakech I had lunch at this one just last month as it happens. Set in 14 acres with views of the Atlas Mountains, the hotel has strong ties with the local community and, despite being a small hotel, a library with over 10,000 books. It is well positioned for trips to the Toubkal National Park as well as to Marrakech. Fellah Hotel Pacific Resort Aitutaki, Cook Islands If you fancy your own luxury thatched bungalow on a picture postcard beach, then spare a thought for the breath-taking Pacific Resort Aitutaki. Diving and snorkelling are highlights here, as is the just-caught lagoon fish served in the retaurant. Pêcheurs Hôtel and Spa, Corsica Just off the southern tip of Corsica, on the island of Cavallo, Pêcheurs Hôtel and Spa is a haven of tranquillity with a pristine beach right on the doorstep. Guests can enjoy boat excursions and a restaurant and terrace serving both Italian and French cuisine. Nakamanda Resort and Spa, Krabi In a secluded cove on Krabi’s Klong Muang beach, this elegant resort is the perfect location for cruising the Phi Phi Islands or simply relaxing in your own private pool. For that true Robinson Crusoe feel, there’s a nearby desert island that is only accessible at low tide. For these and more great hotels offering discounts of up to 40%, see https://www.slh.com/luxury-hotel-offers/savings/ Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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  1. Always enjoy reading about Luxury Hotels and especially small boutique resort that are my favorites. But rather surprise that there are no Caribbean resort on the list

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