Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) has recently unveiled its new Private Collection of 76 private SLH villas and properties.
The new SLH Private Collection of 76 properties across 28 countries includes the debut of two new member hotels: Viesca Toscana in Tuscany, and the newly-opened French beachside Château Le Nessay.
The handpicked SLH villas are located in Australia, Japan, Thailand, Europe, Africa, Central and South America and the Caribbean. The Private Collection offers guests the privacy of a standalone villa with all of the services available at a boutique hotel.
This offering from SLH encourages guests to stay longer and adopt a slower pace of travel, with the range of spacious villas meeting the growing demands of travellers interested in private accommodations, group holidays, and multigenerational travel. The digital nomad can also feel at home in the Private Collection properties too, with many villas offering work-friendly amenities and are spacious enough for families and groups.
New member hotels that form part of the Private Collection
Viesca Toscana, once the summer home of the renowned designer family Ferragamo, is a countryside estate in Tuscany that includes a rural 16th century manor house, 14 rooms and suites and a family cottage. Also on site are classically-adorned, standalone villas with private freshwater pools, gardens and crafted furnishings. Guests can enjoy a number of wellness treatments and authentic Italian cuisine prepared by Tuscan chef, Andrea Campani.
Le Nessay, on the Emerald Coast of France, is a new laid-back Breton retreat. As a member of the Private Collection, this 17-room clifftop château with a standalone private cottage offers French vintage glamour, unspoilt beaches, an indulgent luxury spa. Guests can indulge in fresh oysters and other local seafood delicately featured in gourmet dishes curated by Chef Thomas Estrader.