Nüwa Manila at City of Dreams Manila received its fourth consecutive Five-Star rating in this year’s Forbes Travel Guide Star Awards
The posh hotel in Parañaque is one of the 15 properties recognized by the award-giving body. The hotel’s spa likewise received a Five-Star rating for the second year in a row.
“These 2021 award winners are a testament to the resiliency of the hospitality industry,” said Filip Boyen, chief executive officer of Forbes Travel Guide. “During an unprecedented time, these top properties adapted to numerous adversities all while maintaining high service levels and ensuring the health security of their guests and staff.”
The properties in the 2021 list were inspected prior to the pandemic and when regional restrictions allowed for the safe return of guests.
The Five-Star rating came on the heels of Nüwa’s recent recognition as one of the first hotels in the world to achieve the Sharecare Health Security VERIFIED with Forbes Travel Guide certification, a comprehensive facility verification for compliance with expert-validated best practices on health and safety protocols.
The recognition contributed to the collective total of 97 stars achieved by Melco Resorts and Entertainment’s portfolio of integrated resort properties in Macau and Manila, which is considered the integrated resort with the most Five-Star rating in Asia.
Other Philippine properties recognized by Forbes Travel Guide were Marco Polo Ortigas, Sky Tower at Solaire Resort and Casino, The Peninsula Manila, and Okada Manila, which all received Five-Star rating.
Nobu Hotel, Hyatt Regency Manila, Fairmont Makati, Raffles Makati, The Retreat Spa at Okada Manila, Shangri-La at the Fort, and Sofitel Philippine Plaza were given the Four-Star rating. Conrad Manila and Makati Shangri-La both received a Recommended status.
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