Maisons Pariente’s Hotel Lou Pinet is delighted to announce an exciting partnership with the incredible Parisian beautician Martine De Richeville ahead of its re-opening on 13th May 2021. For the very first time, guests can look forward to the Remodelage technique by Martine de Richeville, an innovative and rejuvenating spa treatment offered inside the Tata Harper spa.
Little Emperors, the private members luxury hotel club, is predicting Israel will be this summer’s leading holiday destination and is delighted to unveil the club’s top Israeli hotels to visit. Israel is currently set to be one of the first, and few, countries added to the UK Government’s ‘green list’ which is being officially announced on 10th May and set to come into place from 17th May This is following the Israel’s impressive management of Covid-19 and strong vaccination rollout programme – meaning the country is now favoured as one of the safest destinations to visit in summer 2021.
After a year in freeze-frame, travel over the past 12 months has taken a backseat. When it is safe to do so, and the corridors reopen, elated travellers expect to take to the skies. By spring, over 30 million people will have been vaccinated with one dose and with this glimmer of hope, many are starting to dream about travel once more.
According to market researcher, Euromonitor International, the world’s top three wealth segments, ultra-HNWIs, HNWIs and Affluent, are set to decline collectively by 4.8% when compared to the year before. The shrinkage is expected to be the greatest for the ultra-wealthy overall with a 6.5% decline year-on-year in 2020, compared to a 5.5% forecast for the HNW segment and 4.7% for the global affluent population – so what does this mean for the luxury industry?
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