Jannah Hotels and Resorts bags ‘World’s Leading Luxury Halal Hotel & Resort Brand’ award

The ceremony for the awards was held at the Royal Opera House in Oman’s Muscat

Jannah Creek Dubai
Jannah Creek Dubai

Jannah Hotels and Resorts has received the ‘World’s Leading Luxury Halal Hotel & Resort Brand’ award at the World Travel Awards this year.

Marking the 26th annual World Travel Awards, it was the second year in a row Jannah was given the award.

The ceremony for the awards was held at the Royal Opera House in Oman’s Muscat during November 28.

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Other noticeable winners from the region included Emirates bagging seven aviation-related awards, Jumeirah’s Burj Al Arab once again being named as the Middle East and the world’s leading luxury all suite hotel, and Etihad Airways being named as the year’s leading airline.

The group’s CEO, Richard Haddad said: “To once again obtain this significant title that flaunts some of the finest hotels in the world, is truly an achievement which we are extremely proud of. We would like to extend our gratitude to the whole dedicated team and their devotion in providing unrivalled guest experiences and quality services across all our properties.”

World Travel Awards’ founder, Graham Cooke continued that: “The past years have been a challenge for every travel, tourism and hospitality industry. Our grand final winners have proven their dedication and incredible success by demonstrating their world-class hospitality and services that best fits in the global economy,”  

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