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Each of the new properties, including Rome's Babuino 181, has unique selling points Each of the new properties, including Rome's Babuino 181, has unique selling points

Small Luxury Hotels Adds Six New Properties

Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) added six new properties to its portfolio of luxury boutique hotels this June.

The new additions include the 54-room Saint Ten Hotel, Belgrade, Serbia built in 1929 by famous architect Stojan Vejkovic; and the 24-room Babuino 181, Rome, Italy. The latter is set in a 19th-century building renovated by the architecture firm Studio Magnaghi.

D-Resort Göcek in the yachting haven of Göcek, Turkey has 103 rooms while HGU New York, New York, USA boasts 90 and a wide-reaching wellness experience.

Hotel Three Sixty, Ojochal De Osa, Costa Rica has 12 rooms and, being set 300 m above the Pacific Ocean, provides 360-degree panoramic views.

Country retreat-like Puertas del Bosque, Tlalpan, Mexico offers guests a choice of 18 rooms.