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SLH Expands Its Membership

Nature lovers have new choices with two new members of Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) in Malaysia and the United Kingdom joining the brand.

City-break seekers also have two new members in London and Tuscany.

Mangala Resort & Spa (pictured) is the result of a 15-year journey of rejuvenation, which transformed barren mining land into a tropical oasis of palm plantation, organic gardens, rehabilitated lakes and undisturbed wetlands. From the private villas built on stilts over the lake, to those beside lily-dotted wetlands, the eco award-winning luxury resort built with eco-conscious materials brings guests closer to nature, which is within the vicinity of Gambang Water Park and Bukit Gambang Safari Park – Wild Savannah. (https://www.slh.com/mangala)

Surrounded by the rolling hills and honey-stone villages of the 400-acre Farncombe Estate, The Fish is an English country hotel with a stylish twist. Designed as a village-style collection of houses, huts and hideaways, The Fish can be a luxury break. Visitors can enjoy a romantic weekend in a suite or secluded hillside hut with its own private hot tub. They can also plan a family getaway in a contemporary tree house in the woods or book a farmhouse for an adventure with friends and four legged companions, complete with activities spanning archery to Segway safaris. (https://www.slh.com/thefish)

Florence’s golden age is found at Palazzo Vecchietti, a 16th-century palace among the grandeur of the historic centre. Original 16th-century features and artworks are woven into the contemporary-classic interiors throughout the luxury residence. Within a 10-minute stroll from the hotel’s central location are some of Florence’s best cultural sights and retail offerings – the Duomo, Ponte Vecchio, Bargello museum, Palazzo Vecchio and prime-shopping street Via Tornabuoni. (https://www.slh.com/vecchietti)

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