Hailed as the ‘Oscars of the Travel Industry’, leading voices in the industry came together this past weekend to celebrate travel and tourism excellence at the 2017 World Luxury Hotel Awards, where Rixos The Palm Dubai was awarded the leading Luxury Family All-Inclusive Hotel in Middle East.
The multiple award-winning, multi-concept beach resort was honoured with this prestigious laurel at a spectacular gala ceremony hosted in St. Moritz, Switzerland on Saturday, December 2. Awards on the night were bestowed on luxury hotels and resorts that excelled within their service delivery areas either on a country, regional, continental or global level.
Commenting on the international recognition these honours bring to the multi-concept resort, Cenk Unverdi, General Manager at Rixos The Palm Dubai commented, “The World Luxury Hotel Awards celebrate excellence across the tourism industry and bring international acclaim to their winners. We are pleased to have walked away with such a highly coveted award.”
Rixos The Palm Dubai’s Ultra-All-Inclusive concept which was launched in March 2016 was not only met with stupendous success that ultimately led to high occupancy rates and revenue growth, but also revolutionized the hospitality market, setting off a trend that was later followed by many others. The Ultra-All-Inclusive upgrade enables guests to make use of all experiences the resort has to offer at no extra cost. Starting from unlimited access to the resort’s restaurants, bars, premium kids club, fitness facilities, water sports and daily entertainment activities, guests also have access to a variety of wellness facilities in the award-winning Anjana Spa popularly known for its authentic Turkish Hammam ritual that teleports you back in time to the Ottoman Empire’s wellbeing rituals.
“It’s quite an honour to be recognized internationally as the benchmark to which all other hotels aspire to be. It is also a befitting reward for our company’s commitment to service excellence, and to offering our guests the best luxury, all-inclusive experience in this region, if not the world.” added Unverdi.