Sunday, February 17, 2019

Luxperience announces exhibitor and tourism destination award finalists

Luxperience is thrilled to announce the exhibitor and destination finalists for this year. The prestigious awards acknowledge excellence in the development and promotion of the finest products that the luxury travel industry has to offer and are judged by an esteemed panel of travel industry experts.

Exhibitor category finalists…

  1. Inspiring Award:

Residences by Anantara, Thailand; Alkina Lodge, Australia; Over the Top Golf, New Zealand

  1. Meaningful Award:

Aqua Expeditions, Peru, Vietnam and Cambodia; Anantara Kihavah Villas, Maldives; PER AQUUM Hotels & Resorts, Maldives

  1. Connections Award:

Intas Destinations, Philippines; PER AQUUM Hotels & Resorts, Maldives; Orange County Resort, India

Outstanding destination category finalists:

Beverly Hills Visitors and Conventions Bureau, USA; Tourism New Zealand, New Zealand

Winners will be announced in front of over 500 guests at the glittering Luxperience Gala Awards Dinner at the recently renovated Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Darling Harbour with views over Darling Harbour.

Taking place from 18-21 September 2016, Luxperience is an invitation-only business forum that is the only one of its kind based in the Australasia and Pacific region connecting the world’s most exclusive travel providers dealing in luxury and experiential travel. It will be celebrating its fifth year at its Gala Awards Dinner.

The Inspiring Award will recognise one buyer and one supplier that best demonstrates excellence in the planning and development of innovative products and services, acknowledging entrepreneurial vision, market leadership and uniqueness.

The Meaningful Award will pay tribute to a buyer and a supplier that contributes to a greater understanding of history, heritage and culture, incorporating elements such as sense of community, experiential tourism or social responsibility within their program or product.

The Connections Award will recognise a successful e-marketing campaign, both from the buyer and supplier sides, which effectively connect with key target markets within the luxury or high end experiential travel space.

In addition to these awards, Luxperience will recognise an Outstanding Tourism Destination which has influenced the development of luxury and experiential tourism within their country or region.

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