Banana Island Resort Doha has achieved a remarkable accomplishment in 2020 by receiving six prestigious awards, which reflect the resort’s undeterred emphasis on providing the best hospitality to all its visitors and guests.
In the latest category of awards, the resort has won Conde Nast Johansens Awards for Excellence 2021 – Best for Families. Conde Nast Johansens is globally known as the principal reference guide for independent travellers. With over 38 years’ experience in inspecting and recommending properties throughout the world, its team of dedicated and highly-trained Local Experts inspects each property year-on-year.
Banana Island Resort Doha has also won World Spa Awards – Qatar’s Best Hotel Spa 2020. World Spa Awards serves to celebrate and reward excellence in the spa and wellness tourism industry.
The resort was awarded as well the Luxury Private Island Spa 2020 global title by the World Luxury Spa Awards, which is known as the pinnacle of achievement in the luxury spa industry offering international recognition as voted for by guests, travellers and industry players alike. These citations lay emphasis on the resort’s exceptional efforts in bringing to the people a truly world-class spa facility.
Banana Island Resort Doha was chosen as Qatar’s Leading Villa Resort 2020 and Qatar’s Leading Luxury Hotel Villa 2020 (Three-Bedroom Overwater Villa) by the World Travel Awards. This award-giving body celebrates excellence across all sectors of the global travel and tourism industry.
Moreover, during the World Luxury Hotel Awards online ceremony, the resort has been recognised as the best Luxury Private Pool Villa 2020 in the Middle East. Banana Island Resort Doha certainly deserves all the recognitions given the luxurious look and feel of this island paradise with an exceptional villa experience.
In the 2020 Condé Nast Traveller US and UK Readers’ Choice Awards, Banana Island Resort Doha grabbed 5th position in the Best Resorts of the Middle East. Both magazines represent the most prestigious and highly respected ranking of hotels, as voted for by their discerning readers who classified Banana Island Resort Doha as the only resort in Qatar to be included among the best in the world.
After having received such global recognitions, Husam Malki, General Manager of Banana Island Resort Doha, said:
“The year 2020 has been a year of tremendous upheavals, especially for the hospitality industry world over. We are more than thrilled to have received such prestigious recognitions in times like these, as these awards only strengthen our vision and our motive to offer our esteemed guests unparalleled services in the most pristine and safe environment where they can relax with their friends and family without any inhibition. We want to say a big thank you to all our guests for all their votes and for supporting us during 2020.”
“I am extremely proud of our team members as well. I have never seen a team so committed, flexible, hard-working, and yet still tireless at the same time. We truly hope that all of us are able to withstand the test of times and survive the global pandemic sooner.”
Banana Island Resort Doha offers 141 rooms, suites and villas, which combine soothing sea views with modern amenities for a blissful stay. Guests can choose a space to suit their needs, all teeming with impressive Arabian style in every detail. From the over water villas to private dining terraces, guests are sure to find relaxation in breath taking surroundings.
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