Centara Hotels and Resorts is proud to announce its recent success at this year’s World Luxury Hotel Awards, where Centara Ras Fushi Resort & Spa Maldives has received the award for best “Luxury Adult Beach Resort”.
“To make Centara Ras Fushi Resort & Spa Maldives live up to and exceed visitor’s expectations has meant a lot of work, so I’m exceptionally pleased that this year’s prestigious ‘World Luxury Hotel Awards’ committee has recognized the unique qualities of the resort,” said Ms. Prapaijit Thongma, CRF’s General Manager.
The awards, one of the travel and tourism industry’s most significant and upscale, celebrated its 10th-anniversary milestone in its history of recognizing the world’s finest luxury hotels for their magnificent offerings and exceptional service delivery. This year’s gala awards event was held at St. Regis Doha in Qatar, and was notable for the high quality achieved by the award nominees. The World Luxury Hotel Awards were presented to luxury hotels and resorts in over 60 categories on a country, regional, continent and global basis.
Winning this prestigious award is testament to the resort’s constant efforts to achieve superiority and excellence in services provided at Centara’s adult-focused, luxurious beach resort and spa. Distinctively appealing for couples and honeymooners, Centara Ras Fushi Resort & Spa Maldives offers a relaxing and inspiring all-inclusive holiday experience along with plenty of opportunities to indulge, play and rejuvenate with our fantastic array of drinking and dining options, endless list of activities, water sports and excursions, as well as sumptuous wellbeing haven – encompassing a carefree and ‘cash-free’ stay where everything is conveniently pre-paid.
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