Le Touessrok continues winning streakJanuary 11th, 2012 by Susan Reynard | Categories: hotels, industry, tourism
Towards the end of 2011, Le Touessrok won two accolades celebrating its quality and its golf course. The resort, the flagship of the Sun Resorts group, is situated in one of the most exclusive locations in Mauritius, at a boat distance of the famous Ile aux Cerfs and its golf course, and the hotel’s private island retreat Ilot Mangénie.
The hotel, which celebrated its 33rd anniversary in November 2011, was voted “Regional Winner Middle East, Africa of the Commitment to Quality Award” of The Leading Hotels of The World at the annual convention of the luxury hospitality organisation which took place in Amsterdam.
“It is a special honour winning this prize due to the highest score during your hotel inspection. This award only underlines the excellence in hospitality and the outstanding quality you and your staff are providing at Le Touessrok,” commented Claudia Roth, vice president for Europe, Middle East and Africa for The Leading hotels of The World.
The hotel’s GM Sjefke Jansen says: “We are delighted of this commendation which comes from the most reputable organisation in the world related to luxury hospitality. The efforts of the team of Le Touessrok have contributed into making an excellent impression on the mystery guests’ inspection team which has assessed Le Touessrok a few months ago.”
Readers of the Diners Club Magazine elected Le Touessrok as “Golf Resort of the Year 2011”. The publication is the client magazine of Diners Credit Cards, a travel and lifestyle publication distributed throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The magazine is published monthly and has a total circulation of about 80 000. The property was also recognised in 2010, winning the “Best Spa and Wellness Hotel worldwide” award by Diners Club Magazine.
“We are delighted to receive this accolade from Diners Club Magazine and it is great to know that so many people are enjoying Le Touessrok experience. The luxurious hotel, the exclusive private island and the boat ride across the lagoon to our spectacular Bernhard Langer island golf course all create something very special,” adds Russell Hannah, golf manager.
Pictured above (from left): The prize was accepted by Boris Schmidt, marketing manager for Sun Resorts, Germany, from Diners Club editor in chief Dr Hans Christian Meiser and publisher Gerd Giessler.