Emerald Mist Spa wins world’s best for Marriott

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The Emerald Mist Spa at the St. Kitts Marriott Resort & Royal Beach Casino is proud for winning the World Travel Awards 2005 category for St Kitts and Nevis’ Leading Spa Resort. The Gala Awards Ceremony took place on the 13th November in London.

The World Travel Awards was established in 1993 to acknowledge, reward and celebrate the enormous achievements to be found in all sectors of the global travel industry. Dedicated travel professionals and their clients have come to regard the World Travel Awards as the best endorsement that any travel product could receive.

Candidates for nomination are based upon the previous year’s voting. This is the world’s most comprehensive travel awards ceremony, with trophies awarded in all areas of the industry. Voting is cast by travel agents in over 200 countries around the world. Hundreds and thousands of votes each year are registered online at the official World Travel Awards website, with most of the leading travel internet sites offering additional online voting facilities.

“We are excited and honored to be recognized by such an experienced and accomplished group. We are happy that our vision of creating an environment of relaxation and tranquility has been awarded, and we will continue to provide a journey of personal discovery for our guests while striving for service excellence,” said Rachel Stormes, Director of the Emerald Mist Spa.

The 13th Annual World Travel Awards will be held in the beautiful Turk & Caicos Islands on 20th September 2006.

The Italian designed Emerald Mist Spa offers 15,000 square feet of custom detail, cool comforting colors and dramatic lighting. Featuring polished marble from Turkey, Italian glass tile, and bamboo from Indonesia. As if shaped by ocean waves, the hallways lead to 8 generously oversized treatment rooms. Combining professionalism & warmth the highly trained staff is the Spa’s most important feature, making the guest’s experience one they will never forget. Open daily, reservations are required.

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