Atlantis named ‘Best Hotel’ in Mena region
Dubai, September 27, 2011
One of the leading entertainment resort destinations in the Middle East, Atlantis, The Palm, has been named the winner of My Planet Travel Awards’ ‘Best Hotel in the Middle East and Africa’.
The My Planet Travel Awards are presented in partnership with Russia’s main state television group, All-Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (VGTRK), represented primarily by Moya Planeta TV, Russia’s leading travel and leisure network.
Voted for exclusively by the Russian public and by Russian travel industry professionals, the awards provide a snapshot of the growth of this dynamic market and celebrate the most popular destinations, resorts and services, the resort said in a statement.
The leading international and Russian hotels, resorts, destinations and service providers were invited to join the shortlist and enter the competition.
The award was presented to Atlantis, The Palm at a ceremony held in Moscow, Russia.
“Atlantis is thrilled to be recognised as the best hotel in the Middle East and Africa by the Russian voters. Russia is a key market for us and there is a very high standard of competition that exists within the Middle East, therefore we are very honoured,” said Serge Zaalof, chief operating officer for Atlantis.
"We are thrilAtlantis, The PalmThe resort encompasses a 46 hectare site with a 17 hectare water themed amusement at Aquaventure, extensive fresh and salt-water pools and lagoon exhibits, an open-aired marine habitat, a seemingly endless stretch of beach, luxury boutiques, numerous dining choices including three celebrity chef restaurants, exciting nightlife, ShuiQi Spa & Fitness Centre, and 5,600m of meeting and function space. – TradeArabia News Service
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