Jannah Hotels and Resorts wins recognition at the World Golf Awards 2019

The hospitality group won an award for Middle East Best Halal Golf Package

The group was recognised for its packages curated for golf enthusiasts
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The group was recognised for its packages curated for golf enthusiasts

Jannah Hotels and Resorts was awarded the Middle East Best Halal Golf Package at the World Golf Awards 2019. The announcement was made at the gala award ceremony at St. Regis Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi.

The group was recognised for its packages curated for golf enthusiasts.

Jannah Hotels and Resorts’ digital marketing manager, Anna Asistio said: “This is the first time we are participating and we are pleased to have received this award which reflects our commitment and dedication in providing the first-class services to all guests.”

The VP of sales and marketing, Ossama Charrouf also commented on the win: “Our packages are especially made for golfers and adventurers who appreciate only the best. This all-in-one golf-trip offers two packages complete access to VIP amenities in two stunning golf courses, five-star luxury stay and a choice of being chauffeured around the Emirates with a Range Rover or experience an extravagant tour with a helicopter. This is a manifestation of our dedication and passion for the industry. With this, we will continue to strive in improving and developing the Jannah brand ensuring quality, luxury and comfort in every visit.”

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