Maldives Promotion House – The islands of Maldives was recently awarded second most popular island destination in the 14th annual Readers’ Travel Awards: The Best of the Best in the World’s Top 100, by the US magazine, Condé Nast Traveler. Apart from this award, various resorts and spas in Maldives were also awarded.
The magazine rates travel destinations and travel facilities such as hotels and airlines, in addition to writing and photography. The ratings emerge primarily from the annual readers’ survey, which results in the Readers’ Choice Awards (RCA) and a variety of other survey-based awards published throughout the year.
Condé Nast asks its readers to vote for their favourite travel experiences, from hotels to tour operators, and islands to spas. From the answers they produce, the annual Readers’ Travel Awards.
Among the Indian Ocean Resorts, Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa took away the first position as the most preferred Overseas Leisure Hotel. The Maldivian Resort accumulated a higher score than any other travel experience in the prestigious awards across ten criteria of excellence including family-friendliness and the quality of food and restaurants.
Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa is one of the company’s two Maldivian resorts. Its sister property, Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru, was rated the best resort in the Maldives in last year’s Readers’ Travel Awards.
“They (the team) works so hard to perfect the guest experience. This award is a testament to an incredible joint effort and we’re incredibly grateful to everyone who voted for us,” General Manager of Four Seasons Kuda Huraa, Sanjiv Hulugalle, said.
Soneva Fushi by Six Senses, Maldives was selected as the fifth most preferred Overseas Leisure Hotel in the Indian Ocean. Among Spas Six Senses Spa, Soneva Fushi by Six Senses, Maldives was selected as the fifth most preferred Spa in an Overseas Hotel. Six Senses Spas in various other destinations were also awarded including Six Senses Spa, Six Senses Samui, Koh Samui, Thailand, which took away the first place.