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Hotel JAl Fujairah Resort & Spa one of the world’s top 1% of hotels

Hotel JAL Fujairah Resort & Spa “Expediar Insiders’ Select 2009 Award” Winner

Hotel JAl Fujairah Resort & Spa has been chosen this year, as one of the world’s top 1% of hotels by EXPEDIAR visitors. “The EXPEDIAR Insiders’ Select 2009 Award” is dedicated to the winning hotels that generate the highest number of votes through a survey that the website runs at a yearly basis.

On the same, Mr. Christian Rainalter, the hotel General Manager says: “This award means a lot to me and to the hotel team members. It is a nice gesture of gratitude and appreciation from our loyal guests and a result of a fruitful long term business partnership with EXPEDIAR”. He adds: “Being one of the leading travel websites worldwide, the award coming from EXPEDIAR remains important and very considerable.  On the same occasion I would like to dedicate this award to my hotel team who made this happen thanks to their hard work and friendly attitude that the hotel guests noticed and appreciated”.

From his side, Mr. Walter Le Faro,’ Director of Market Management for the Middle East & Indian Ocean, explains: “The Expedia Insiders’ Select is probably the most prestigious of Expedia awards – for two reasons. Firstly as the Insiders’ Select score is mainly driven by our travellers’ opinion combined with the quality/value ratio; and more importantly, as only the top 1% of our hotels worldwide is awarded as ‘Insiders’ Select’". He adds: “We are indeed delighted that the Hotel JAL Fujairah Resort & Spa hotel not only made it to this very exclusive selection of hotels worldwide but also achieved the highest score across all Middle East hotels".

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