Leading Hotels of the World add 8 new hotels

The Leading Hotels of the World has announced the addition of eight new members

Lesante Blu Exclusive Beach Resort (Zakynthos, Greece).
Lesante Blu Exclusive Beach Resort (Zakynthos, Greece).

The Leading Hotels of the World has announced the addition of eight new members to its collection of over 375 independent, luxury hotels. Of these, six are new to the hospitality scene in 2017. 

“We are delighted to welcome these celebrated new members to The Leading Hotels of the World,” said Deniz Omurgonulsen, vice president, membership, The Leading Hotels of the World. “Our guests are in search of quality and distinctiveness when staying with us and these global properties deliver both seamlessly. With the exciting new additions, our travelers can stay in a Venetian palace on the Grand Canal, a shikumen lanes home in Shanghai, a historic mansion in Montreal or St. Petersburg, or the fifth tallest high rise in the world in Seoul.”

The new Leading Hotel members are:

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Le Mount Stephen (Montréal, Canada)

Bürgenstock Hotel (Obbuergen, Switzerland)

Lesante Blu Exclusive Beach Resort (Zakynthos, Greece)

Palazzo Venart Luxury Hotel (Venice, Italy)

Gran Meliá de Mar (Mallorca, Spain)

Lotte St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg, Russia)

Capella Shanghai, Jian Ye Li (Shanghai, China)

Signiel Seoul (Seoul, Korea)

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