Palm Dubai records a double win at the haute grandeur global hotel awards 2017

Source: Press Release | By I.G. Bhatkali | Published on 6th November 2017, 10:06 PM | Gulf News | Don't Miss |

Dubai: Atlantis The Palm, Dubai continues to add to its distinctive portfolio of awards and accolades with ShuiQi Spa and Fitness being awarded ‘Best Fitness Spa in Middle-East’ and ‘Best Spa Destination in United Arab Emirates’ at the Haute Grandeur Global Hotel Awards 2017, which took place recently.    

The Haute Grandeur Global Hotel Awards is a prestigious and globally trusted awards initiative that has built its reputation by rewarding outstanding hotel experiences. The awards is a method of ranking and assisting hotels and is regarded as the pinnacle of achievement for hotels globally.

“We are honoured to receive this esteemed recognition for ShuiQi Spa and Fitness. While the award is a clear indication of our excellence in service, these two accolades are testament to the fact that our well-trained colleagues, led by a strong and professional leadership team, continue to exceed our customers’ expectations to not only create amazing experiences, but also to shape everlasting memories for them,” said Maggie Derblay, Director of ShuiQi Spa and Fitness at Atlantis The Palm, Dubai.

“At Atlantis, we are committed to delivering the highest standard of bespoke service to our customers. While the award is recognition of our efforts in the evolving wellness and spa industry, in the next few years, we aim to introduce unique spa solutions, which will bring the best holistic signature treatments to our guests,” added Maggie.

Set over two floors within the Royal Towers of Atlantis, The Palm, ShuiQi Spa & Fitness captures the imagination and curiosity of guests and draws them into a haven of relaxation and well-being, set in a tranquil place of serenity, opulence and pure indulgence.

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