Preferred Hotels & Resorts adds 32 new member hotels

Preferred Hotels & Resorts has added 32 new hotels across 15 countries to its brand portfolio.

Hotel Californian, Santa Barbara
Hotel Californian, Santa Barbara

The hotels include an island retreat in the Maldives and a golf resort in Scotland, to city-centre hotels in destinations from Seoul to Savannah.

A few highlights from the latest additions to the hospitality group include:

Coco Privé – Male, Maldives

Operating as a 15,000 square-foot, exclusive-use, private island in the Maldives, Coco Privé is a getaway for the jet-setting elite. This island features six beachfront villas – with one as a master residence – which can house up to 12 people total. A team of 30 resident staff members are on-hand to fully customise each guest’s experience on the island of Kuda Hithi.

Hotel Californian – Santa Barbara, California

Scheduled to open in Summer 2017, the Hotel Californian – located near Santa Barbara’s iconic landmark Stearn’s Wharf – incorporates the façade of the original 1925 Hotel Californian and features a rooftop pool boasting a 360-degree panoramic view of the Pacific coastline and the Santa Ynez Mountains. The hotel is comprised of three separate buildings that will offer a total of 121 unique rooms.

Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa – Scotland, United Kingdom

This hotel is located on the 17th Road Hole of the world-famous Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland, the Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa. The property features 144 rooms and suites, with views of the city, Old Course, or the coastline, and offers a path to the underground tunnel leading to the iconic Cathedral of St. Andrews.

Myconian Villa Collection – Mykonos, Greece

Located on a hillside in Mykonos overlooking the Aegean Sea, the Myconian Villa Collection has 59 guest rooms that feature private pools, balconies, and outdoor Jacuzzis. The resort is steps away from the waters of Elia Beach and minutes from the bustling nightlife of Mykonos.

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