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Old Mar 16, 10, 12:02 am
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Kagehitokiri
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http://www.elitetraveler.com/leaders...n=liam-lambert interview with president of oberoi >
...We are opening next year in Dubai, in Abu Dhabi we have two hotels opening, we have an opening in Oman, we are opening in Marrakech. In the future we have to look around the world to see what will unfold.

...In every [Indian] city we are in, one person is employed who does nothing but liaise with the government and deal with regulations...

...Mumbai...will reopen in April. We will have three main restaurants, one named Fenix. Ziya, the Indian restaurant in consultation with Vineet Bhatia, who has 2 Michelin stars, in London and Geneva, but trained with Oberoi. So it’s a big deal, like the prodigal son coming home. Lastly there’s Vetro, the Italian restaurant. We reduced the room inventory from 327 to 287 and we created 39 new Oberoi Rooms that are like suites in size but in a large room open style. There will also be two Presidential Suites, up from one, and 20 amazing corner suites. A few months after that we open a hotel in Gurgaon which is the new business district in Delhi, sort of like Canary Wharf in London, with all new construction, Japanese and Indian restaurants. Some of the suites have their own lap pool...
http://www.elisabettagucci.com/ 83 suite gucci hotel in media city, dubai scheduled for oct

http://www.karmapelikanos.com/ 6BR villa on mykonos €2500>€4000

BT montenegro >

http://www.visit-montenegro.com/article-mne-20052.htm
Director General of the “Metropol” - Oleg Korol said that the six-star hotel will be built on the island. There will be 120 rooms (60 suits) in the central part of the hotel and 60 bungalows along the inlet.

This is an integrated resort and in accordance with the world’s best practice it will belong to the major owner while those who buy villas will be able to rent them by the means of hotel operators.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/...w-Riviera.html
Fifteen minutes by tender from Porto Montenegro is Svete Marko island, a former Club Med that fell into disuse in the Eighties. It’s having a €400 million facelift to become a Banyan Tree resort. “There is no other island in the Mediterranean that is an entire resort,” says Cvjetkovic. Villas and town houses on the island will cost from 310,000 to 5.3 million and there will be a marina, yacht club, shops and restaurants.
http://www.islandsanmarco.com/

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