Per AQUUM perfection

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At ITC Luxury Travel we only work alongside the finest travel businesses; those which value our client experiences as much as we do and go above and beyond to ensure each of our travellers has the time of their lives.

One such is Per AQUUM; a collection of three incredible properties which offer our guests a truly special experience indeed, either as stand-alone destinations or as a multi-centre holiday.

Desert Palm, Dubai
Set amidst verdant green fields and palm trees, Desert Palm offers guests a truly unique environment, boasting year-round sunshine in an idyllic location.

ITC Luxury Travel Product & Marketing Manager Mike Taylor said of his experience of Desert Palm: “This is truly an oasis in the desert, a tranquil escape set with the lush green backdrop of polo fields. Choose from contemporarily styled rooms within the main building, allowing you the feel of a boutique hotel, or private villas for ultimate privacy whilst maintaining access to all the facilities.

“The award-winning restaurant RARE served superb steak, while there was also a comfortable and cosy bar and cool subterranean spa, as well as a small deli with artisan breads, meats, cheeses and sundries.

“The thing that summed it up for me was in the morning having breakfast overlooking the polo fields and listening to the morning bird song whilst slowly sipping a cup of Earl Grey tea…bliss!”

Fellow Product & Marketing Manager Zoe Saunders said: “Desert Palm is a fantastic hideaway in Dubai for those that don’t want the high rise buildings or hustle and bustle of the city; a great small resort with a fantastic spa, horse riding and amazing food (the mini burger selection is a delicious main course for lunchtime, perfect for a pre-lazing meal around the pool!).

“However the nearest mall is only 10 minutes drive away so you can still take advantage of the tax free bargains. I would highly recommend the villas at Desert Palm which come with their own pool and fully-fitted kitchen; the perfect option for families wanting a sunshine break.”

Huvafen Fushi, Maldives
From feeding the stingrays with the resident marine biologist to enjoying a relaxing treatment in the underwater spa, Huvafen Fushi is all about memorable experiences.

Business Manager Helen Mavin said of her time on the island: “This is truly a superb, luxury resort with fantastic service and an amazing underwater spa. Sailing on one of their fully crewed luxury dhonis was an experience I will never, ever forget.”

Sam Jackson, ITC Luxury Travel Chairman's Club Account Manager, said: “I was completely blown away with the choice of bungalows to offer at Huvafen Fushi. Try a 2-Bedroom Ocean Pavilion with Pool for the ultimate Maldivian experience…you won’t regret it! This pavilion offers a private optic-lit infinity pool that starts from inside the living room and flows out onto the deck.”

Account Manager Marion Cadman has also recently visited this exceptional Maldives address: “I went in March and I was surprised by how ‘British’ the clientele were compared to other resorts we went to. The rooms were amazing, with the two-bed being particularly spectacular. RAW for lunch was incredible, and the real selling point for me was the underwater spa; having a treatment while watching the fish swim by was such a unique experience. Modern in style… idyllic in location…Huvafen Fushi is perfect!”

NIYAMA, Maldives
With five restaurants, two bars and an underwater club, you’ll enjoy your evenings in fine style after a day spent relaxing on the beach of the North Dhaalu Atoll…

Travel Specialist Gabrielle Cowley said: “I absolutely loved NIYAMA; it was chic, stylish and contemporary whilst still in keeping with the surroundings. Just perfect!”

Marketing Executive Joanne Davenport said: “What made NIYAMA so special for me was its stellar location. Situated on Olhuveli private island, on the Dhaalu Atoll in the Indian Ocean, the seaplane transfer to this exceptional resort will take you across some of the most beautiful and unspoilt islands and coral reefs.”

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