At the 26th World Travel Awards, The Peninsula Paris was designated the World’s Leading Luxury Hotel, while other French winners included the champagne house G.H. Mumm, which took the prize for the best wine tourism visit.
For its part, Disneyland Paris was honoured not for the quality of its theme park, but for its resort.
At the international tourism rendezvous, Middle Eastern tourism companies were recognised by large numbers of awards, among them Oman Air, which won the “World’s Leading Airline – First Class” award.
Oman Airports took the award for the World’s Leading Airports Operator; and the World’s Leading Airline 2019 title, as well as the Customer Experience award, went to Etihad Airways.
Emirates was honoured for its cabin crew. Offering a tourist experience that combines desert expeditions with SCUBA diving and the exploration of local traditions.
Oman also won the title for the World’s Leading Nature Destination.
As for the World’s Leading Theme Park, this year’s title went to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi in the UAE.
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