Jumeirah Group wins multiple awards at World Travel Awards

Among the winners was the Burj Al Arab that received three top awards

The Burj Al Arab was named ‘World’s Leading Luxury All Suite Hotel 2019’
The Burj Al Arab was named ‘World’s Leading Luxury All Suite Hotel 2019’

Dubai-based hospitality group Jumeirah Group received multiple awards across a range of categories at the World Travel Awards.

Held in Oman’s capital on November 28, the ceremony recognised the leading forces in the global and Middle Eastern hospitality industry.

The Burj Al Arab Jumeirah won the award for ‘World’s Leading Luxury All Suite Hotel 2019’, ‘Middle East’s Leading All Suite Hotel 2019’ and ‘United Arab Emirates’s Leading Hotel 2019’.

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Other winners were: Jumeirah’s Etihad Towers’ Royal Etihad Suite with the ‘World’s Leading Hotel Suite 2019’ award; Jumeirah Al Wathba Desert Resort and Spa with the ‘World’s Leading Desert Resort 2019’ award; Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort with the ‘World’s Leading Resort Design 2019’ award; and Grosvenor House Suites by Jumeirah Living with the ‘World’s Leading Hotel Residences 2019’ award.

The group’s CEO, José Silva said: “We are delighted with the success of our properties at the World Travel Awards. Winning these accolades is a reflection of our on-going commitment to market excellence and the world-class guest experiences that we offer.”

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