Three New Properties Join Small Luxury Hotels of the World

Mr. and Mrs. White New Style Hotel: Paros, Greece.

Small Luxury Hotels of the World is welcoming three new hotels to its line. The collection boasts more than 500 hotels in more than 80 countries around the world and matches guests with independent hotels. Hotels range from locations in the center of big cities to private island escapes. 

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Mr. and Mrs. White New Style Hotel: Paros, Greece

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  • Rooms from $159
  • Opened June 1, 2017

The new hotel is on the edge of Náoussa, a traditional Greek village and each room offers a private garden or balcony. Located nearby are beaches, Venetian Port, and a 15th Century castle. Housed here are 48 rooms and two restaurants. The hotel also offers a custom in-room minibar on request.

Severin’s – The Alpine Retreat: Lech am Arlberg, Austria

  • Rooms from $782
  • Opens between December 8, 2017 and April 22, 2018
Severins Alpine Retreat

The retreat is built with state-of-the-art technology including iPad lighting controls, hidden sound systems, Amazon Prime and Maxdome movies. Terraces and balconies look over the local village and landscape. Included in the stay is transfer to and from the Langen am Arlberg railway station and local ski lifts. Chef Stephan Kriegelstein runs the retreat’s restaurant and guests have the option to dine in wine cellar.  

Karuizawa Prince Hotel East: Karuizawa, Japan

  • Rooms from $340
  • Opened July 12, 2017

This new 70-room resort in the Karuizawa Mountains is easily accessible by the Shinkansen, or bullet train. Many rooms offer complimentary access to the Karuizawa Prince Hotel East Forest Hot Spring, which houses indoor and open-air baths fed by natural springs. Activities at the resort include wall climbing experiences, stargazing at the Nature Kids Forest House, shopping at nearby boutiques, and golf clubs. Chefs prepare Shinshu ingredients at the on-site restaurant and guests share plates in the open kitchen or enjoy modern Japanese cuisine in the glass-fronted teppanyaki hot plate bar.

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