Raffles Dubai has been awarded two exceptional global rankings at the “Best of the Best Hotels” coveted Travellers’ Choice Awards on TripAdvisor for 2020, including being part of the top 10 overall hotels in the world for the first time.
The iconic pyramid shaped Dubai landmark has been ranked for the second year in a row in the Top 25 Luxury Hotels in the world ranking at no. 21 and has now made it to the Top 25 Overall Hotels, as the only hotel in the Middle East to have been included in the Top 10. Winners are calculated based on the quality and quantity of the millions of reviews, opinions and ratings collected on TripAdvisor in 2019.
Ayman Gharib, Managing Director of Raffles Dubai & Sofitel Dubai Wafi said: “As we overcome these unprecedented times and with over 8.7 million businesses listed on TripAdvisor, being part of the Top 10 overall hotels worldwide is a testament to the dedication and tremendous effort of the hotel colleagues over the past years.
“It is another prestigious recognition of Raffles Dubai excellence and legendary service and I would like to thank all our valued guests and supporters for their constructive feedback, as well as our colleagues without whom Raffles Dubai’s milestone would not be possible. I remain confident in the power of travel and we are seeing positive signs already as we welcome back our guests.”
In addition, Raffles Dubai continues to be the leader in Dubai for six years in a row as the number one hotel on TripAdvisoramongst712 properties in the city.
“What an amazing ambiance and service, no doubt why Raffles stand at the top of guest experience ranking, food was amazing service incredible and team friendly and professional, we will definitely come back again. Well done for keeping such high standards during such period,” said a recent TripAdvisor reviewer.
Raffles is part of AccorHotels, a world-leading travel and lifestyle group which welcomes guests at more than 4,300 hotels, resorts and residences, along with some 10,000 of the finest private homes around the globe. – TradeArabia News Service