Melco recognized in Forbes Travel Guide 2018

Melco Resorts & Entertainment Ltd has been recognized in the “Forbes Travel Guide 2018 World’s Most Luxurious Hotels” and “Forbes Travel Guide 2018 World’s Most Luxurious Spas”, with three hotels and two spas under the Melco brand garnering the prestigious recognition.

The publication has named Macau as a top global destination which features the biggest number of highlighted properties, with Melco leading the Macau-based list of hotels with Altira Macau and Nüwa Macau. Melco’s other hotels and spas to attain this accolade include Nüwa Manila, Nüwa Macau Spa and Zensa Spa at Studio City.

Notably, Nüwa Macau and Nüwa Spa Macau were honored across both the hotel and spa categories, one of only eight global double winners where same-property hotel and spa were honored by the world-renowned travel guide.

The “Forbes Travel Guide 2018 World’s Most Luxurious Hotels” winners included 58 hotels in 17 countries, representing the top 6 percent of all Star Rated hotels globally, while the “Forbes Travel Guide 2018 World’s Most Luxurious Spas” winners include 30 spas in six countries, representing the highest-performing 11 percent of all Star Rated spas globally.

“We are pleased to be recognized by this award and this is a remarkable achievement for Melco’s properties in Macau and the Philippines,’ said Mr. Lawrence Ho, chairman and chief executive officer of Melco Resorts & Entertainment. “We are grateful that our commitment to excellence has been recognized, and our priority is always to deliver the very best to our guests. We strive to and will continue to offer our guests the finest and most luxurious experiences possible through our properties. Most importantly, I would like to express my appreciation to all our employees, whose efforts and dedication is what made this successful achievement possible.”

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