Rosewood Corniche wins top awards
Jeddah, May 28, 2013
The Rosewood Corniche in Jeddah recently bagged the fourth Middle East World Travel Award (WTA) and the second Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor.
The hotel was awarded ‘Saudi Arabia’s leading hotel’ at the Middle East World Travel Awards in Dubai.
“Only the very best in the business are honoured with this award and I see this as a truly special recognition,” said Hans Peter-Leitzke, managing director of Rosewood Corniche.
“At Rosewood Corniche we strive to make each guest feel at home and ensure that they enjoy their time spent with us, whether it’s for business or holiday. We are especially proud of our staff who take great pride in their work and always try to go the extra mile to please our guests.
“The World Travel Awards acknowledges rewards and celebrates excellence across all sectors of global travel, tourism and hospitality with industry professionals from around the world participating in the voting process.”
Adding to the coveted World Travel Award is the 2013 Certificate of Excellence by leading travel guide and research website TripAdvisor.com, presented to the hotel for the second consecutive year in recognition of its personalised services and the unique Rosewood way of looking after guests.
“Knowing that our efforts have been appreciated by guests and travel agents resulting in them consistently praising our property and their time with us makes this award all the more gratifying,” added Leitzke.
With 127 rooms and suites offering stunning views of the Red Sea, Rosewood Corniche offers a rooftop pool, fitness centre, private butlers, fine and casual dining restaurants. – TradeArabia News Service
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