The family friendly JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa was recently listed in Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List 2010 for the Best Place to stay in the World which was selected by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler Magazine.
Condé Nast magazine listed JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa as the first hotel in its annual list of the Best Place to Stay in Phuket for 2010.
“JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa strives to provide our guests with the highest level of service to create a pleasing and memorable experience. We are extremely honored to receive such prestigious recognition for our efforts” said Robert Lohrmann, Vice President and General Manager of JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa.
Over 32,000 Condé Nast Traveler readers determined the list by voting on the best hotels, resorts and cruise lines in the magazine’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards. According to the the publication, the Gold List of hotels is based on service, food, room, ambience, design, leisure facilities and location. Entries are intended to reveal the character of the property and scores are calculated according to response for each criterion.
JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa scored 91.4 out of 100 and it is also listed in Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List 2005-2009.
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