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Le Royal Meridien crowned World’s Leading Spa

Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa Dubai stole the show at the annual 2007 World Travel Awards, held in the Caribbean, taking home the accolade for the World’s Leading Beach Resort. The World Travel Awards are the Oscars of the global travel industry, seeking to honor, reward and celebrate outstanding achievement in all sectors of the industry.

Votes are cast by travel professionals from 167,000 travel agencies, tour & transport companies and tourism organization from over 190 countries around the world.

Pam Wilby General Manager of Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa Dubai stated:

‘To be acknowledged as the leading spa resort in the world is truly a testament to the continuous hard work and dedication of our associates. They create the magnificent heaven of tranquility that our resort is known for and they should be proud of this global achievement.’

Caracalla Spa is one of the most well established spas in Dubai, and provides guests and members the ultimate in pampering and revitalization, along with the best facilities that Dubai has to offer. Wilby commented: ‘It is fantastic to be acknowledged not only on a local and regional scale but also globally for the unparalleled experience of relaxation and luxury that we are able to offer our valued visitors.’


Recent additions to Caracalla Spa include the stunning outdoor treatment gazebos situated on the beach over looking the Arabian Gulf. The gazebos are a delightful addition to Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa’s already extensive range of spa and leisure facilities which provide guests with the ultimate destination to escape today’s hectic lifestyle.

The World Travel Awards are especially coveted as the votes are cast globally by fellow professionals, with trophies awarded in over 1,000 different categories. The ceremony is attended by top executives of winning companies and the event is highly regarded and well-established as a forum that brings together all areas of travel and tourism in recognition of their achievements.