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Chewton Glen, Conrad Hotels, Relais & Chateaux and von Essen Hotels are among the new exhibitors at this year’s Premium Travel show, taking place at London’s Royal Albert Hall from 27-28 April. There are predicted to be around 100 exhibitors at the show, which offers an opportunity for luxury travel buyers to meet representatives from the world’s prestigious travel brands. Chewton Glen sales development director Lisa Lernoux-Dock said: “With many of our clients coming from the luxury sector such as Bentley and Estée Lauder, the show will enable us to target the right calibre of buyer.” Attendance is by invitation only with around 450 buyers expected. By January this year, the number of registered buyers totalled 152, marking a 150% increase compared with same period last year, the show’s debut year. Of those registered, 19% are responsible for budgets of more than £500,000 and 59% have budgets exceeding £1m. Interested parties should visit www.premium travel2006.com.

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