More awards for qualia
HAMILTON Island’s qualia resort has once again been named best resort at the 2013 Hotel Management (HM) Awards, taking the title for the sixth consecutive year.
The luxury resort located on the northern-most tip of Hamilton Island, boasting unrivalled accommodation, facilities, activities and cuisine, has been awarded the best resort accolade every year since opening in October 2007.
The qualia resort’s Long Pavilion was also named Best Hotel Restaurant for 2013, out of a competitive list of the country’s top establishments, including Dan Hunter’s The Royal Mail Hotel in Victoria.
General manager for qualia Matthew Taverner, said having won the Best Resort crown each year since qualia opened, “demonstrates that our unique blend of Australian luxury and unparalleled intuitive service truly sets the benchmark for luxury resorts not just in Australia, but around the world”.
“With the best in the world and best resort in Oceania titles also under our belt thanks to the 2012 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards; six years on, qualia is enjoying its highest occupancy levels yet, a fitting accomplishment and testament to the Oatley family’s vision and dedication,” he said. The qualia resort is a member of Relais & Châteaux and welcomes guests aged 16 years and over. For more information visit www.qualia.com.au.
AWARDED: The Long Pavilion at Hamilton Island's qualia resort (pictured) was named Best Hotel Restaurant in the 2013 Hotel Management Awards. The resort also won the title of best resort for the sixth consecutive year.