Alila Villas Soori awarded 'Best Resort Hotel in Asia Pacific'

Alila Villas Soori by SCDA Architects was awarded “Best Resort Hotel in Asia Pacific” and “Best Resort Hotel Indonesia” at the Asia Pacific Hotel Awards 2013-2014. In its 19th year, the awards program celebrates the high level of achievement by hotels and their operating sectors.

Voted by hoteliers throughout Asia, Alila Villas Soori stood out from its competitors across 23 different countries in the qualities of design, development, and marketing. The judging panel consists of approximately 70 professionals from the property and hospitality industry, jointly chaired by Lord Bates and Sir David Michels, retired Group CEO of Hilton Hotels.

The International Hotel Awards upholds the international five-star standard of hotel ratings, the only organization to provide five-star accolades at an international level. The award winners' logo is recognized as a symbol of excellence throughout the world.

Other recent accolades include the Ultimate Villa Award 2012 by Island Destination, EarthCheck Silver Certification in 2012 and the UK Tatler Spa Award 2013 as the Most Heavenly Hideaway.

Alila Villas Soori provides travelers the option to stay at a luxury all villa resort in West Bali. Located along the southwest coast of Bali, in the Tabanan Regency, the resort is 20 minutes from Tanah Lot Temple and over one hour from Ngurah Rai International Airport. The resort lies between black-sand beaches and rice terraces. It was designed by Singapore-based SCDA Architects. The property was designed, constructed and managed in accordance with EarthCheck international environmental standards.

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