Crown and Champa Resorts’ award-winning spree continues with prestigious TUI, TraveLife accolades
Crown and Champa Resorts’ award-winning spree has continued with a host of honours, including the TUI Holly 2018, the TUI Environmental Champion Award, and the TraveLife Gold Award.
Meeru Island Resort and Spa is amongst the top winners of the much-revered TUI Holly 2018.
The award is given to the most popular hotels and Resorts worldwide, which guests consider to be the best TUI holiday hotels/resorts for the year 2018. The TUI Holly represents the highest appreciation of mutual guests, and offers clients and travel agencies assurance when choosing a holiday hotel or resort.
In addition to the TUI Holly 2018, both Meeru and Kuredu Island Resort and Spa obtained another quality label – the TUI Top Quality 2018 Award.
The TUI Top Quality Award recognises resorts with an exceptional customer satisfaction rating; a minimum of 8.7 out of 10.
Meanwhile, for the fourth year in a row, Meeru and Kuredu received the prestigious TUI Environmental Champion Award 2018.
The accolade is limited to a select group of TUI Germany resorts worldwide, whose performance achieves exemplary sustainable tourism. To qualify for this award, TUI Germany guests must rate a resort more than 8 of 10 in the Environment section and hold a Global Sustainable Tourism Council recognised certificate such as Travelife.
All Crown and Champa Resorts’ properties have received the TravelLife Gold Award, maintaining their status as leading sustainable resorts and driving forces towards sustainable tourism in the Maldives.
Located on a 1,800 metre by 325 metre remote island in the northern atoll of Lhaviyani, Kuredu is accessible by a 40-minute scenic seaplane flight from the main airport. This 4.5-star resort has 383 rooms, including beach and water villas, making it the second largest resort in the Maldives.
Meeru is one of the largest resorts in the Maldives, offering its guests a variety of facilities and affordable to superior accommodation. With five types of room categories to offer, Meeru counts more than 280 rooms, five restaurants, five bars, a renowned spa featuring treatment rooms both overwater and on land, and a wide range of sports and other recreation facilities.
In addition to Meeru and Kuredu, Crown and Champa Resorts owns and operates five resorts in the Maldives, including Veligandu Island Resort and Spa, Komandoo Island Resort and Spa, Vilamendhoo Island Resort and Spa, Hurawalhi Maldives, and the upcoming Kudadoo Private Island by Hurawalhi. The company also manages the Champa Central Hotel in capital Male.