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- World Spa Awards arrives in Danang, Vietnam, for inaugural Gala Ceremony
Fri 11 September 2015
World Spa Awards has arrived in Danang, Vietnam, for the Gala Ceremony 2015.
The inaugural World Spa Awards ceremony will take place at the InterContinental® Danang Sun Peninsula Resort on Monday, September 14th, with industry leaders from around the world expected to be in attendance.
Beginning with a cocktail reception, the gala dinner and the much anticipated unveiling of the World Spa Awards, the event will be followed by an after party at the M Nightclub & Lounge.
The World Spa Awards is a new and dynamic awards programme for 2015, whose aim is to drive up standards within the spa industry by rewarding the organisations that are leaders in their field.
World Spa Awards Managing Director Gina Reynolds said: “After months of preparation it is wonderful to be here at the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort. I could not think of a better place to begin the World Spa Awards journey than here in Vietnam.
“The finishing touches to our Gala Ceremony are underway and I look forward to what promises to be a night of spa industry celebrations.”
In order to make the weekend as memorable as possible, a host of complimentary weekend activities and events have been organised for participating guests. These include Tai Chi and Yoga lessons, a city tour of Danang, and dedicated workshops by Harnn Heritage Spa, as well as Pedi:Mani:Cure Studio, by founder Mr Bastien Gonzalez himself.
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A full list of nominees can be seen here, while there is more information here.
Notes to EditorsAbout World Spa Awards
World Spa Awards was developed in reaction to overwhelming demand from the spa industry for a programme that was fair and transparent; a programme with a mission to serve as the definitive benchmark of excellence, and to help to foster a new era of growth in spa tourism.
The voting methodology is simple; votes are cast by professionals working within the spa industry - senior executives, travel buyers, tour operators, agents and media - and by the public.
The voting works on a first-past-the-post system to ensure impartiality and independence.