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Sri Lanka Tourism celebrates big win by Santani at WTM

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The SLTPB team with Santani Resorts and Spa’s international award 

Santani Spa and Resorts won the Gold award for Best in the World for wellness at a celebrity event held at London’s Brand new venue Magazine on 5 November. The Sri Lanka Tourism Promotions Bureau celebrated this massive accolade for Sri Lanka at its stand.

The 2019 International Travel & Tourism Awards winners, celebrating excellence in the industry, was announced in London. 

Individuals, small businesses and large organisations from15 categories were rewarded with Gold, Silver and Highly Commended awards, witnessed by a capacity audience of some 500 senior industry professionals.

According to SLTPB Managing Director Charmarie Maelge: “Tt is an incredible global recognition for Sri Lanka; the Gold award won by Santani says that they are the best in the world for wellness and spa surpassing all the other large number of contenders worldwide. This outstanding recognition achieved by Santani certainly will help Sri Lanka as a destination to strongly amplify our presence as a wellness destination.”

Cinnamon Hotels won the Most Commended award for its digital marketing efforts, an accomplishment of great prestige. 


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