As February approaches, romanticism pervades the air; everyone is looking forward to celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14th and no place is better than the most romantic hotel of your town.
For 2014, the globe-trotters have chosen the world’s most romantic hotels and among one of them is Dubai’s Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa; it’s has retained its tag as the most romantic hotel in the Middle East.
It is also ranked 9th in the Travelers’ Choice Awards 2014 for ‘Top 25 Hotels for Romance in the World’, the only hotel in the Middle East to be included in this prestigious list announced. It also ranked #12 in the ‘Top 25 Luxury Hotels in the World’ and #12 in the ‘Top 25 Hotels in the World’.
“Al Maha was conceptualized to encapsulate the best that this region has to offer, from its natural beauty to the exceptional levels of hospitality and service that have been the hallmark of the resort since its inception. To be included in these power lists is a testament to the team’s hard work and strive for excellence and underscores our commitment to ensuring that the UAE’s hospitality industry continues to make waves globally,” said Arne Silvis, general manager.
The resort is nestled within the Dubai desert conservation reserve, with timeless views and breathtaking scenes of wild Arabian Oryx etched against red sand dunes, it certainly sets the scene for the most bespoke experience in the Middle East.
“It’s all about going above and beyond. The overall experience, be it the exclusive outdoor activities, fully inclusive stay and personalized service make Al Maha a once-in-a lifetime holiday. But one that guests keep reliving. We create guest loyalty by listening to our guests and anticipating their needs. We are always ready and prepared, flexible and accommodating. The little touches such as taking care of all inbound and outbound transfer and travel arrangements, our attention to fine detail, immediately acting on guest preferences, building great relationships with our agents and tour operators all help to keep guests satisfied and coming back for more,” he added.