The Londa, the luxury contemporary boutique hotel with a beachside location in Limassol Cyprus has, for the fourth year running, been recognised by the World Travel Awards (WTA), with nominations in three categories in 2010; Cyprus’ Leading Hotel, Cyprus’ Leading Spa Resort and for the third year in row, for the award of Mediterranean’s Leading Boutique Hotel.
The Londa was the winner in 2007 of WTA’s Cyprus’ Leading Hotel, also receiving the WTA’s accolade of Mediterranean’s leading Boutique Hotel in 2008 and in 2009.
World Travel Awards aims to promote excellence in the travel and tourism industry. This year will see the 17th anniversary of the awards that attract votes from 160,000 travel agencies in over 200 countries across the globe. Travel Agents can vote for the Londa on the WTA’s website http://www.worldtravelawards.com/vote
The Londa will be judged at the European ceremony in Antalya in Turkey this October. The winners and top nominees from the regional awards will be put forward for their respective global categories, to be announced towards the end of this year.
This modern Italian designed hotel with its stunning views, über-cool interior and bespoke service culture attracts leisure guests and also business clients who like its relaxed yet efficient ambience and easy access to the finance district in Limassol. The Londa Hotel’s unique approach to customer service originates from what it calls a “Moments at Londa” philosophy which is based on a multitude of tailor-made services. The result is a guest experience of the highest quality. General Manager Jochen Niemann and his team aim to create wonderful memories for the hotel’s residents which are complemented by the property’s modern, contemporary interior design. This combination creates a unique lifestyle experience for the traveller which has contributed to the hotel receiving the World Travel Awards’ accolade of “Mediterranean’s leading Boutique Hotel” in 2008 and in 2009.
This discreet and refined designer hotel is quietly setting a new fashionable standard for Limassol. In the past dismissed as just an expanded bustling fishing port, the changing face of Cyprus’s second city with its exclusive shopping, vibrant nightlife and wealth of culture in an agreeable climate is now attracting tourists from all over Europe and the Middle East.
The World Travel Awards were established in 1993 to acknowledge and celebrate excellence in the world’s travel and tourism industry. Winning a World Travel Award has become a desirable endorsement of the success of a travel brand.