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Accommadation.
LOPESAN GROUP
Merchant Description
Nowadays, the Lopesan Group manages two hotel chains: Lopesan Hotels & Resorts and IFA Hotels & Resorts. Both brands, gathered together in one single web site, represent in total 27 establishments in different destinations: Spain, Germany, Austria and Dominican Republic.

IFA Hotels & Resorts provides with a complete offer including beach and mountain, relaxation and leisure, health and beauty, skiing, golf, water sports and much more.
All the Ifa hotels are located in wonderful areas offering several options to enjoy amazing holidays. They have also facilities and special activities to guarantee fun and entertainment for the whole family.

Lopesan Hotels & Resorts include three high quality resorts located in the south of Gran Canaria, in the Canary Islands.
All of them are placed on beach-front locations next to the sea and unspoilt surroundings, also nerby to the best golf courses. All their facilities follow a singular architecture and exquisite decoration.
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GRAND CITY HOTELS
Merchant Description
With 100 hotels in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Cyprus and Spain, Grand City Hotels is one of the leading hotel management companies in Europe. Grand City has more than 11.000 hotel rooms at its disposal and books over 2.6 million guests annually. The hotels are operated by Grand City and marketed under its own brand “Grand City Hotel” or such renowned brands as Radisson Blu, Best Western, Mercure, and Holiday Inn.

Enjoy an extensive variety of business and leisure hotels, from luxury to budget, from city centre to rural areas, from family to conference hotels
 
Silken Hotels.
Merchant Description 
Silken Hotels currently manage 32 properties with a category from 3 to 5 star in some main Spanish destinations and also in Brussels. For the Silken Group a hotel is a place with its own personality, a strong character but very warm and welcoming. Rather like the house of those friends who are such good hosts, where they take care of you, know your tastes and make you feel like at home, but with the invaluable plus of never being boring.

Anantara
Merchant Description 
 Anantara is a luxury hotel chain with 14 properties that invites its guests to do an immersion into the culture, heritage and natural beauty of some of the most enchanting destinations in the world. All the hotels and resorts are the perfect place to enjoy time with family, friends and loved ones. The Anantara Experience was born in 2001, with the launch of the first Anantara Resort in Thailand. Five years later, the company went global with the launch of Anantara Maldives, providing guests with the opportunity to live the fantasy of a truly remote desert island getaway. Anantara is proud to be bringing its unique brand of laid-back luxury, intuitive service and sense of discovery to more breathtaking destinations across Asia and the Middle East, including Vietnam, Bali, Phuket and Abu Dhabi. The word "Anantara" in Sanskrit means "without end" and evokes the freedom, movement and harmony that are the spirit of the Anantara Experience.
 
Boscola Group 

Merchant Description
 
The Boscolo Group has been active in the tourism industry for over thrirty years. Established in Venice in 1978, over the years the Boscolo Group has grown to become a international operator, without losing its Italian identity. Boscolo Hotels works in the hotel hospitality industry, managing highly prestigious hotels, in important Italian and European tourist and business cities. Today Boscolo Hotels controls 21, four or five star hotels, by two company named BH4 S.p.A. and BH5 S.p.A. All Boscolo Hotels are aimed at a high-level international clientele and are inspired by the Italian principles of elegance, courtesy and good taste, and present themselves as ambassadors of fine Italian living around the world.
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