Marrakech and Dubai Make the Conde Nast Reader’s Choice 2019 List! Here’s a Closer Look at the Winners
The Conde Nast Reader’s Choice Awards were first held back in 1998 when more than 600,000 registered voters had the choice to declare their favorite hotels, destinations, and different travel fixers – from cruise lines to travel agencies from around the world – that was tried and tested beforehand. The 2019 list was recently released, and we’re all so proud to see Middle Eastern destinations chosen by people who would literally go across the earth to visit. Scroll down to see Reader’s Choice Awards Winners for 2019.
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai
Burj Al Arab – literally translated as ‘The Arabian Tower’ – was among the winners of the 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards as well. It was built over a period of five years and it took an international team of over 3,000 contractors, 250 designers and 3,500 workmen to finish building it, making it Dubai’s first record-breaking structure.
Jumeirah Mina A’Salam at Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai
Jumeirah Mina A’Salam was also one of the results of the 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. Standing proudly on a 2km long private beach, overlooking the Arabian Gulf. This mesmerizing hotel has so much to offer, it’s the definition of Arabian hospitality with its impeccable service and beautiful surroundings not to mention its sunset view, so sensational.
The Royal Mansour, Marrakech
The luxury hotel and exceptional palace, The Royal Mansour, was among the winners of the 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. The palace is owned by King Mohammed VI of Morocco and is designed solely to fit the king’s high standards.
Three years after it was built, the hotel was finally opened in 2010. It was said that it had a limitless budget, hand-crafted by over 1,500 artisans with a number of spectacular details. The luxurious sanctuary is arguably one of the world’s most discreet hotels; as staff always navigate through an underground tunnel so that service is unrivaled and unseen by guests. The Royal Mansour is your place to go to if you want to discover some of Marrakech’s hidden magic.