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Prince D’Angkor Hotel, Nagaworld and Sokha win ITE’s TAA Awards

Prince D’Angkor Hotel, Nagaworld and Sokha win ITE’s TAA Awards


The Prince D’Angkor Hotel & Spa in Siem Reap has won the title “Luxury Hotel of the Year” at a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City on September 13 at the International Travel Expo.

Hotel Executive Director Seang Hong Ly said he was delighted to receive the award and the recognition shown for the hotel’s commitment to hospitality especially in the face of such strong competition from other excellent and luxurious resorts in Siem Reap.

“We face a lot of competition amongst the local hotels as well as the international chains in terms of excellence in service, but we have our vision:

“To be the leading Hotel in Cambodia through the commitment of our truly Cambodian hospitality,” Ly said.

“We are very glad to receive this award which we think is an indication of our team’s level of commitment to service.”

This year marked the 7th year the International Travel Expo was held in Vietnam. Other Cambodian winners at the event included Nagaworld Hotel for Business Hotel of the Year, the Sokha Angkor Resort as Resort Hotel of the Year, Borei Angkor Resort & Spa as Spa Operator of the Year, Malis Restaurant as Restaurant of the Year, Cambodia Angkor Air as Airline of the Year, and Merry Travel Asia and Great Angkor Tour Company Ltd as Inbound and Outbound Travel Operators of the Year.


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