AS AWARDED BY Travel + Leisure 2020 World’s Best Awards
Somewhere between the lines of the idyllic and the elegant, a winner emerged on 8th July 202 at the annual World’s Best Awards by Travel + Leisure.
Not only did Capella Ubud, Bali receive top honours, but parent company Capella Hotels and Resorts also won the ranking of No. 2 Hotel Brand in the World. For the group, that’s certainly something to be starry-eyed about.
Bali has always been a top global destination, especially for holiday makers seeking spiritual respite. Capella Ubud, Bali adheres to the theme of this desire for a mindful sojourn, and with their in-house team of Capella Culturists, presents unforgettable local experiences rich with authenticity. At every step, they also act as the bridge to the community and fosters a cultural immersion with Capella Curates. And it is this attention to the guest experience that has likely nabbed the hotel its win.
“We are extremely honoured to receive these prestigious recognitions,” said Nicholas M. Clayton, CEO, Capella Hotels and Resorts. “These awards are a clear reflection of the passion, care and attention to detail our colleagues have placed into creating each exceptional Capella destination. Our vision to create the perfect stay is only made possible due to their dedication in providing the highest levels of personalised service and curating experiences that celebrate our communities and their culture.”
And while the idea of those tailored travel experiences certainly enchants, let’s not forget that coming back to lavish rooms and stunning views are of themselves a unique Capella experience to enjoy.
In appreciation of voters and guests for their warm support, Capella Hotels and Resorts have launched a ‘Dream Now, Travel Later’ offer across all properties. This package offers exclusive rates to all guests for a limited time only.
Fans can also look out for the opening of Capella Bangkok later this year. With expansive suites and villas overlooking the iconic Chao Phraya River, guests can also indulge in the cooking of three-Michelin-starred chef Mauro Colagreco as he makes his first foray into Asia.
Even as the world slowly reopens for travel, Bali has emerged as one of the first to safely welcome visitors. And given how this slice of paradise looks, you’ll find no problem in having to social distance here.
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