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Nüwa Manila named one of world’s most luxurious hotel

Melco Resorts Leisure Corp.-operated Nüwa Manila has made it in this year’s Forbes Travel Guide’s first annual Verified List of 2018’s World’s Most Luxurious Hotels. 

Nüwa Manila named one of world’s most luxurious hotel
LUXURIOUS LOBBY. Forbes Travel Guide has named Nüwa Manila as one of the world's most luxurious hotels following a thorough testing and review. 
“Nüwa Manila is one of the newest and most sought-after luxury hotels in the Philippines,” Forbes said of the hotel which officially opened in 2015 as Crown Towers Manila and rebranded in 2017. 

The Parañaque-based luxury hotel joins the list of 58 most luxurious hotels in the world, including another property in the Philippines and Melco’s Altira Macau and Nüwa Macau. 

Nüwa Manila named one of world’s most luxurious hotel
The 4-Star Nüwa Spa provides a pampering experience in elegant therapy rooms.
“It is a great honor for Nüwa Manila to be recognized once again by the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide, which, just a few months ago, awarded the hotel with a 5-Star rating,” enthused Kevin Benning, chief operating officer of City of Dreams Manila.  

In February this year, Nüwa Manila was one of the three hotels in the Philippines that received a 5-Star rating from Forbes. 

“In keeping with the vision and leadership of Melco Resorts & Entertainment Chairman and CEO Mr. Lawrence Ho, this achievement reflects City of Dreams Manila’s unwavering commitment in delivering the highest level of luxury experience and personalized service as made possible by our hardworking and dedicated management and staff. We also thank our guests for their trust and continuous patronage,” said Benning. 

The Most Luxurious hotel winners, Forbes said, are “the top performers in the standards that focus on sumptuous comfort, as well as extravagant choices and conveniences afforded to guests.”

Nüwa Manila is one of the three luxury hotels in City of Dreams Manila. The hotel features 254 lavishly-appointed contemporary rooms and spacious suites and villas with dedicated butler service.

Facilities include the Nüwa Spa, which is awarded 4-Star and provides a pampering experience in elegant therapy rooms and spa suites within the relaxing 654-square-meter space; a free-form swimming pool; and a fitness center with state-of-the-art Precore fitness equipment.

 An elevated dining experience is also available at Nüwa, with The Tasting Room, offering a Michelin-star experience with contemporary French cuisine infused with Asian influences; Crystal Dragon, known for its premium Cantonese and regional Chinese fare in a modern Oriental setting; and Breezes, a poolside restaurant, and bar. 

The Sky Gaming Lounge, a well-appointed private space on the topmost floor, on the other hand, is exclusive for Li Ying Hin VIPs.   

Forbes Travel Guide is a global independent rating system for luxury hotels, restaurants, and spas. It is a well-respected premium ranking for the travel and hospitality industry. 

Nüwa Manila named one of world’s most luxurious hotel
Nüwa Presidential Villa's master bedroom features world class amenities. 
Forbes Travel Guide’s 2018 Verified Lists are compiled from data gathered by the company’s incognito inspectors, who stay at the properties and evaluate them on up to 900 standards.

“These illustrious properties have been thoroughly tested and verified to ensure that they deliver luxury at every turn. We are proud to congratulate everyone associated with the prestigious properties on our Verified Lists,” said Amanda Frasier, executive vice president for ratings of Forbes Travel Guide.

Nüwa Manila named one of world’s most luxurious hotel
Crystal Dragon, one of Nüwa Manila's dining options, serves premium Cantonese and regional Chinese fare in a modern Oriental setting. 
Visit www.cityofdreamsmanila.com or www.Nüwamanila.com for more information.

Topics: Melco Resorts Leisure Corp. , Nüwa Manila , Forbes Travel Guide , World’s Most Luxurious Hotels , Kevin Benning
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