Anantara Chiang Mai Resort Wins Thailand’s Top Spot in Conde Nast Readers’

Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, which blends contemporary design with traditional Thai hospitality and old-world charm, has been voted Thailand?s #1 resort along with the fourth best in the world in the 2020 Conde Nast Traveler US and UK Readers? Choice Awards.

More than 715,000 Conde Nast Traveler readers submitted an incredible number of responses rating their travel experiences across the globe as part of the travel industry?s most prestigious annual awards.

Designed by legendary architect Kerry Hill, Anantara Chiang Mai is conveniently located on the banks of the Mae Ping River, giving easy access for guests to explore the temple-filled old city, Lanna heritage, artisan villages and mountain hill tribes. The resort?s centerpiece, the stunning colonial house, was once the British consulate of Chiang Mai. The house is now The Service 1921 Restaurant and Bar, charming guests with a British secret intelligence concept, complete with secret dining rooms, a dungeon

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Recaps (Final Round): Wins The 2021 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship – Full Recap – CBS Sports

PUNTA CANA, Dominican Republic (AP) Tyler McCumber was the only player to reach 8-under par Thursday in the Caribbean breeze until he dropped a shot on his 17th hole and fell into a four-way for the lead in the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship.

Sepp Straka was the only one at 7-under 65 who kept a clean card. He was joined by Hudson Swafford, who made two tough par saves late in his round, and Scott Harrington, who made bogey on the second-easiest hole on the Corales course at Puntacana Resort and Club.

They were one shot clear of Xinjun Zhang and Joseph Bramlett, while former Southern California star Justin Suh got his season off to a happy start and was among those at 67.

Straka’s round was highlighted by a 5-wood to 5 feet for eagle on the par-5 fourth hole early in his round. He also was

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University of Kent wins Best University Accommodation for Groups at 2020 Group Travel Awards

The University of Kent has won a major travel award for the 13th consecutive year.

It was named ‘best university accommodation for groups’ at the recent awards voted on by readers of the magazine Group Travel Organiser.

The award scooped by the University of Kent
The award scooped by the University of Kent

The 2020 Group Travel Awards, held virtually this year due to the pandemic, recognised the university for its on-campus offering in Canterbury during spring and summer periods.

Sheena Butterworth, conference manager at the University of Kent , said: “It’s such a wonderful honour to win this award again.

“We are very proud to deliver a high standard of accommodation for groups here at the University of Kent, at a very affordable price in a superb location.

“It is the combination of our excellent product along with the outstanding customer service our team consistently delivers which drives the continued success in winning this national award year

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