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Swiss-Belhotel scoops three top Bali tourism awards

HONG KONG, September 4, 2018

Leading global hotel chain and hospitality management group, Swiss-Belhotel International, was the proud recipient of four coveted Bali Tourism Awards, presented at the annual gala dinner held in August.
 
Swiss-Belresort Watu Jimbar was named Bali's 'Leading Four-Star Non-Beach Resort and Swiss-Belhotel Tuban received the awards for Bali’s 'Leading Airport Hotel'. In addition, an individual award was given to Christopher MacLean who was named Bali 'Top Hospitality Leader' and Swiss-Belhotel International also received the Bali 'Leading Regional Operator' award in recognition of the brand’s continued success.
 
In 2016, Swiss-Belresort Watu Jimbar scooped Bali’s lLeading New Resort' award, while Swiss-Belhotel Tuban was named Bali’s 'Leading Four-Star Hotel' at the Bali Tourism Awards, which made this year’s awards a double-win for both properties.
 
The Bali Tourism Awards are considered highly prestigious industry accolades as they recognise travel, tourism and hospitality companies, organisations and individuals who are raising the bar in terms of quality of facilities, services and guest experiences. Award nominees are voted for online, while a Board of Advisors and representatives from the Binus Business School – a valued partner for the award founders the ITTA Foundation – make the final selections.
 
"With over 52,000 votes cast online across seven countries this year, the Bali Tourism Awards validate travel brands that stand out in terms of performance, excellence, innovation, quality and creativity,” said Swiss-Belhotel International’s senior vice president of operations and development for Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Emmanuel Guillard.

“To be recognised as part of Bali’s success once again with these awards is a great honour for Swiss-Belhotel International and a clear sign that our Passion and Professionalism fits well with the island’s fast-evolving tourism landscape,” he added.
 
Currently, Swiss-Belhotel International operates nine properties in key destinations across  Bali, including Kuta, Sanur, Legian, Nusa Dua, Pecatu and Petitenget, with three more hotels scheduled to open within 2020. - TradeArabia News Service
 




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