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    News bites – 18 July 2019

    California’s Hearst Castle Set to Host Four Exclusive Summer Pool Parties

    Hearst Castle in California has not one, but two of the most luxurious pools in the world, and throughout August and September this year a select number of people will have the chance bask in one of them at a series of exclusive summer parties.

    The outdoor Neptune Pool, which recently underwent renovations, displays 20,000 marble tiles, along with sculptures commissioned by Parisian artist Charles-Georges Cassou – talk about ‘wow’ factor. The parties will take place in and around the Neptune Pool on August 4, August 24, and September 21. You can read more about Hearst Castle’s Neptune and Roman Pool, and nine other luxury swimming pools you need to know about, here.


    Image courtesy of Guide Oncle Sam

    Floating hotel and spa set to open in the Arctic in 2020

    Guests can finally make a reservation at the highly anticipated Arctic Bath floating hotel and spa in Swedish Lapland, due to open early 2020. The hotel is part of a new wave in luxury accommodations, set to redefine the meaning of luxury in a unique and exciting way.

    The hotel will integrate four main aspects of wellness into its ethos: proper nutrition, regular exercise, peace of mind, and care of face and body. Guests will have access to pure and locally sourced ingredients, mindfulness and mediation practices, as well as a variety of spa treatments.

    There are six detached floating cabins and six additional cabins on land, along with the circular Arctic Bath houses. They include a spa treatment room, four saunas, an outside cold bath, a hot bath, outdoor and indoor showers and two dressing rooms.


    Image courtesy of Bjurra

    For more personalised information tips and advice, or to book this incredible holiday contact your local TravelManagers’ personal travel manager here.

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