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Maldives, February 2019 – The Nautilus Maldives has been announced as the winner of prestigious Golden Panther Award 2019 under the Beach Resort category by the travel magazine PARADISE.
The travel magazine PARADISE presents the Golden Panther Award in 13 different categories every year, honouring unique and innovative tourism concepts around the globe. The award is determined based on quality criteria; who enlivens the travel world with ideas, concepts and projects and essential criteria such as creativity, social, innovation, environmental awareness and making offers for new target groups.
The award reaffirms the commitment of The Nautilus to delighting guests with an ultra-luxury yet warm hospitality, ensuring it stands unique among its peers.
The Nautilus was created to express the best that luxury can be – not just in the Maldives, but worldwide. With its philosophy “A World Of Your Own Making”, this is a celebration of the individual spirit, liberation and freedom unconditional. A place where guests are encouraged to be themselves and shape their own personal journey. And, most of all, to celebrate the people they’re with, in any way they choose. Because in the end, it’s these simple, elemental pleasures – that ability to simply be – that form the greatest luxury of all.
“This truly is an outstanding achievement for The Nautilus family to win this award which reflects our customers trust and loyalty to our brand where competition is fierce and standards are ever increasing. Being a new resort and celebrating our first anniversary in February, this achievement will be our milestone to future development in the travel and hospitality industry around the globe. This also certainly recognizes the hard work and efforts of all the employees to maintain and nurture ‘A World Of Your Own Making’ commitment promising our guests the perfect holiday of their lifetime. I am extremely proud to accept this recognition.’’ said Mohamed Ashraf, General Manager of The Nautilus.