Wyndham Grand Manama has announced that the hotel has been named the Country Winner for Luxury City Hotel during the 2020 World Luxury Hotel Awards.
The World Luxury Hotel Awards, positioned as the pinnacle of achievement for luxury hotels worldwide, set the benchmark for world-class facilities and unsurpassed service standards.
Voted by hotel guests, travel agents and tour operators, award winners are recognised as hotels that have excelled beyond the normal call of duty.
Anwar Hajjar, General Manager of Wyndham Grand Manama, said:
“Being awarded the Luxury City Hotel means a lot to us, because it means that our guests are satisfied with the level of services we offer and that our team members love our organization and they strive to deliver the highest levels of service to our guests. Making Wyndham Grand Manama one of the most recognizable brands in Bahrain.”
Ahmad Al Qaed, Owner and Managing Director of Ahmad Al Qaed Group, said:
“It is a great honour to have received an award from the globally recognised World Luxury Hotel Awards. The award serves as a testament to Wyndham Grand Manama’s continuous pursuit of outstanding service quality as well as a great encouragement for the team to constantly uphold the Wyndham Grand Manama’s core values, thus making every guests stay a truly memorable one. We look forward to indulging guests to an enhanced experience.”
With stunning views, breathtaking design and excellent facilities offering guests an amazing experience at the heart of Bahrain’s modern capital. Wyndham Grand Manama is located in the iconic Untied Tower.
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