Jumeirah, the Dubai-based luxury hospitality group, operator of Jumeirah Essex House in New York and a member of Dubai Holding, won several accolades from readers of the American edition of Condé Nast, the prestigious travel magazine. The awards were handed to Guy Crawford, Chief Executive Officer for Jumeirah Group, by Klara Glowczewska, Condé Nast Traveler Editor-in-Chief, during at a ceremony held on October 15 in New York.
Jumeirah was recognised in the following categories:
Burj Al Arab was named ‘Best Middle Eastern Resort’ for the third consecutive year. Madinat Jumeirah – The Arabian Resort, also managed by Jumeirah, came in second position in this category.
For the first time ever, Jumeirah Beach Hotel was voted ‘Best Middle Eastern Hotel’.
More than 25,000 Condé Nast readers chose the hotels from over 10,000 properties and destinations worldwide.
See all Jumeirah Group World Travel Awards winners here:
Burj Al Arab - 2009 Middle East’s Leading Hotel, 2009 UAE’s Leading Hotel, 2009 Dubai’s Leading Hotel
Jumeirah Beach Hotel - 2009 Dubai’s Leading Resort
Emirates Towers - 2009 Middle East’s Leading Business Hotel, 2009 Dubai’s Leading Business Hotel
Madinat Jumeirah - 2009 UAE’s Leading Resort, 2009 Dubai’s Leading Conference Hotel
Jumeirah Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa
Jumeirah Carlton Tower - 2006 England’s Leading Business Hotel
Jumeirah Essex House