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Chewton Glen named UK’s best holiday hotel for third time

THE New Forest s Chewton Glen has been named the best UK Discount Holidays © holiday hotel for the third time. The honour came in the Conde Nast Traveller Readers Travel Awards, held at London s Ham Yard Hotel. The New Milton1 hotel s sister property, Cliveden House in Bekrshire, achieved fourth place in the same UK Discount Holidays © Holiday Hotel 2016 category.

The awards, hosted by Conde Nast Traveller s publishing director Simon Leadsford and editor Melinda Stevens, are voted on by readers. They were asked to pick their favourite country, city, island, hotel and spa, airline, airport, cruise line, villa rental company and tour operator. Readers were asked to rate them all out of 100, with the results collated and analysed by an independent market research company.

Chewton Glen, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, scored of 88.2, with Conde Nast Traveller praising its steady-as-you-go consistency across all eight criteria in the category. Andrew Stembridge, managing director of Chewton Glen and Cliveden House, said: We are absolutely thrilled that Chewton Glen scooped the top slot for UK Discount Holidays © Holiday Hotel in the Reader s Awards again.

Conde Nast readers are extremely well travelled and discerning, hence this accolade is a considerable achievement amongst very stiff competition, which included several popular newcomers too.

Even more exciting is the fact that after an extensive refurbishment, Cliveden is now working its way back up the charts again, achieving a very respectable fourth place in the same category.

It was great to see the Chewton Glen Spa with a healthy top five place in the UK Spa Category and we have high hopes for the new Cliveden Spa, which will be opening in Spring 2017.

I am very proud of both teams and we are very grateful to the readers who took the time and trouble to vote. It was the second time this year the Chewton Glen collected an award at the Ham Yard Hotel.

In July, it took first place in the first Hoteliers Hotels Top 100 award, as well as the Countryside Hotel and Spa Hotel of the Year titles. The awards were organised by The Caterer and Sky. In December, it plans to open a purpose-built cookery school, The Kitchen, along with an informal tasting floor restaurant, to be overseen by chef and TV presenter James Martin.

References

  1. ^ New Milton (www.bournemouthecho.co.uk)

Syrian tourist board promotes its beach holidays as civil war rages

The Syrian tourist board has the hardest job in marketing: amidst a five-and-a-half year conflict that has killed nearly half a million people, triggered the biggest refugee crisis since the Second World War, reduced many towns to rubble and sucked in jihadist groups bent on terror, is has the unenviable task of promoting holidays to the country. Talk about a tough sell.

But despite the obvious challenges, the Syrian Ministry of Tourism seems dedicated to its cause with the release of a new promotional video plugging beach breaks to the coastal town of Tartus.

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Nestling on the shores of the Mediterranean, the resort certainly looks like an idyllic spot for a getaway; the tourist board s two-minute video depicts sandy shores, azure waters and jet skiers skimming through the surf. Palm trees and parasols add to the Discount Holidays © holiday aesthetic. It’s all a far cry from most of the footage emerging from the rest of Syria, which reveals the grim reality of life on the ground for millions of citizens, who face anything from government-backed airstrikes to terrorist attacks.

Syrian Tourist Board Promotes Its Beach Holidays As Civil War Rages A couple looks out to sea on the sandy shores of Tartus Credit: ALAMY

Though Tartus, an Assad stronghold, appears in the video to be unaffected by the conflict, the resort was struck by a series of deadly bombings in May, which Isil claimed responsibility for. It is also located less than 100km from war-ravaged Homs, where forces loyal to Bashar al-Assad are dropping napalm on citizens1.

Syrian Tourist Board Promotes Its Beach Holidays As Civil War Rages Tartus is less than 100km away from the war-ravaged city of Homs Credit: GETTY

Like the Syrian Ministry of Tourism, the Northern Ireland tourist board had a similarly tough job enticing visitors at the height of The Troubles. In an interview with the BBC in 1974, the then tourist chief Robert Hall conceded that Northern Ireland was not a very attractive place for obvious reasons, however, he claimed it was safer than New York.

I read last week that there are nine murders a day and 1,000 muggings a day in New York, he said. Well I reckon we re better than that.

Prior to civil war breaking out in 2011, Syria had a burgeoning tourism industry; its glut of World Heritage Sites attracted tourists from around the world, though many of those Unesco-listed sites have, alas, been destroyed during the conflict.

In pictures: Syrians enjoy night out one mile from frontline2

References

  1. ^ are dropping napalm on citizens (www.discountholidays.info)
  2. ^ In pictures: Syrians enjoy night out one mile from frontline (cf-particle-html.eip.discountholidays.info)

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