Spark Travel with Small Luxury Hotels of the World

Small Luxury Hotels of the World invites you to transcend your travel comfort zone. It aims to help guests expand their holiday horizons with its over 520 luxury boutique hotels in over 90 countries. Two years of pandemic pandemonium has made people feel stuck in a comfort zone of uncertainties and anxieties.

A recent OnePoll survey by Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) reveals that 64% of people cite travel as one of the top-ranking means to help them step out of their comfort zones.

Over 50% of respondents in the OnePoll survey (2,000 respondents) claim to have spent more time in their ‘comfort zone’, with less spontaneity and adventure, leaving them uninspired but with summer 2022 upon us they’re anticipating seizing the moment using the power of travel.  Travel, they claim, helps them feel energised (40%), rejuvenated (37%) and inspired (34%).  

SLH has partnered with emotional health advisor and best-selling author of Manifest, Roxie Nafousi, to create 15-minute complimentary meditation audio and a SLH Manifest Masterclass Series at select SLH properties throughout 2022.

The first of SLH Manifest Masterclass Series took place on 20–21 June at Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay. The next Masterclass with Roxie Nafousi will take place in the Maldives at Huvafen Fushi on 2nd and 3rd November. The sunset sessions will include a specific meditation and visualisation focused on transcending comfort zones, and are complimentary to all hotel guests.

SLH will be collaborating with artist Beatrice Oh whose storybook characters “Dumpling the Tiger and Li” will take viewers on unique travel adventures around the world, interacting with the local communities in various destinations as they search for Dumpling’s home. Viewers will be invited to join in their adventures in a series of social media-led activities, including free-to-use GIPHY stickers on Instagram Stories as well as WhatsApp, LINE and Wechat mobile stickers to spark the next travel inspiration.

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