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Mövenpick Beach Resort Al Khobar wins Best Specialized Resort Award

Mövenpick Beach Resort Al Khobar has been recognized as the ‘Best Specialized Resort’ 2011 in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, at the Saudi Excellence in Tourism Awards.

The accolade was received by Mr.  Turki  Al  Mohaisen,  Managing  Director,  Eastern Rehab Company for Tourism Investment, and Mr. Hiren Prabhakar, Resort Manager, at a glittering ceremony held recently in Riyadh. Nearly  100,000  votes  were  cast  in  the  2012  Saudi  Excellence  in Tourism Awards across 22 categories, with over 600 nominations.

The awards were presented by HRH Prince Sultan Bin Salman, President of Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities, at the Riyadh Exhibition Center.

Dr. Abdulmohsen bin Abdullah Al Hajji, Chairman of the Jury for Saudi  Excellence  in  Tourism  Awards  said,  “These  awards  aim  to recognize achievements of various businesses and industrial activities within the growing tourism sector of the Kingdom, to motivate individuals   and   companies   to   achieve   the   highest   possible standards, and to encourage the further development and improvement of tourist products and services.”

Hiren Prabhakar, Resort Manager at the Mövenpick Beach Resort Al  Khobar,  commented,  “We  are  proud  to  have  received  such  a prestigious honour within the first year of our operation. It is an important recognition of our efforts and a fitting compliment to each and every one of our employees, who work tirelessly to provide personalized service of the highest standard for our guests.”

Nestled on the shores of the Arabian Gulf, Mövenpick Beach Resort Al Khobar is the newest addition to Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts in the Kingdom of  Saudi  Arabia.  The resort is a spectacular family getaway, with 36 spacious duplex villas, a private lagoon, beach, marina and a large free-form swimming pool. The luxurious resort offers  the  ultimate  in  tranquility  and  entertainment,  including  delectable  cuisine,  water  activities  and  a spa; all in absolute serenity and unparalleled privacy.

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