Apart from these tremendous achievements, Centara Hotels and Resorts received two more accolades for its five-star property in Maldives – Centara Grand Island Resort and Spa Maldives, winning the best “Leading All Inclusive Resort Maldives Award” along with “Leading All Inclusive Resort South Asia Award” categories.
“We’re thrilled to have had our efforts and innovations recognised once again at this year’s most prestigious tourism awards in the region. At the award ceremony of the South Asian Travel Awards 2016 (SATA), Centara Ceysands Resort and Spa Sri Lanka won the South Asian Travel Awards’ ‘Leading Beach Resort’, ‘Leading All Inclusive Resort’ and ‘Leading Wellness and Spa Brand’. We see this as a testimony to the unique appeal of our ‘All-Inclusive’ initiative, as well as to the joint efforts of all members of staff and the hotel partners” said Mr. Riaan Drever, General Manager of Centara Ceysands Resort and Spa Sri Lanka.
Distinguishingly attractive to families and leisure travellers, Centara Ceysands Resort and Spa Sri Lanka is nestled between the Bentota River and the Indian Ocean on Sri Lanka’s South-Western coast. Centara Ceysands Resort & Spa Sri Lanka offers a superbly natural environment together with an extensive range of activities and facilities, making the resort a firm favourite for active holidays in an exciting destination, along with being a perfect venue for guests to relax and enjoy the beautiful tropical setting with the region’s best all-inclusive holiday offerings.
The South Asian Travel Awards is the first ever regional Travel Awards endorsed by Multi National Associations providing the Tourism sector of the South Asian Region with recognition towards their facilities and service excellence. This year’s South Asia Travel Awards’ special gala event was held at Mount Lavinia Hotel Sri Lanka and was notable for the high quality achieved by the award nominees. The South Asian Travel Awards were presented to leading hotels and resorts, travel agents and partners in over 30 categories on Sri Lanka, Maldives and India.