Ayada Maldives picks up two awards at World Travel Awards

Sunday, 2 October 2011 20:54

Ayada Maldives, a brand new luxury 112 villa resort located in the Maldives has been awarded Maldives' Leading New Resort and Indian Ocean's Leading New Resort at the 2011 World Travel Awards, confirming their commitment to offering the highest standards of quality and service.

The awards, which took place at a gala ceremony on 16th September 2011 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, serve to acknowledge, reward and celebrate excellence across all sectors of the global travel and tourism industry.

Firat Aydeniz, Owner of Ayada Maldives commented: “We are delighted that Ayada Maldives has been recognised as Maldives' Leading New Resort and Indian Ocean's Leading New Resort at the 2011 World Travel Awards. As a new resort we are striving to offer the very best quality and service and these accolades are a clear indication to guests of our commitment to that mission.”

Positioned on the breathtaking backdrop of the 150,000 square metre Maguhdhuvaa Island in the stunning Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll, Ayada Maldives is due to open November 2011. The opulent resort was recognised by the awards for its first-class amenities including seven indulgent restaurants, bars and cafes offering world-class cuisine, an extensive 3,500 square metre AySpa which is managed by the spa consultants ESPA, a kids’ club, a scuba diving centre and an array of water sports.

Guests at Ayada Maldives will be able to choose from 50 water villas and 62 seafront villas (starting from 103 square metres) that are beautifully designed, stylishly furnished for comfort and provide maximum privacy with their own pool, terrace and awe-inspiring views of the Indian Ocean. Guests can also benefit from the services of a 24 hour butler with extensive knowledge of the destination and the resort’s quality facilities.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Such a nice resort. I wish I can be there

Anonymous said...

how is it possible to get an award for confirming the commitment to offering the highest standards of quality and service even before thew resort is actually open. I mean how can you measure quality and service in a resort without even guests yet????
Strange....

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