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Paraiso de La Bonita Wins The Leading Hotels of the World,
“Commitment to Quality” Award for Mexico
|Riviera Maya, Mexico (February 8, 2008) – Paraiso de La
Bonita, a 90-suite boutique hotel in the Riviera Maya, was recently awarded
a “Commitment to Quality” Award by The Leading Hotels of the World, Ltd.
Announced at the prestigious luxury hospitality organization’s 2007 International
Convention in Monte Carlo, Mexico, the AAA Five Diamond award winner was
the only resort in Mexico, and one of the only two in the Mexico, Caribbean
& South American category, to receive this esteemed award.
“Paraiso de la Bonita is pleased to win this award from such a prestigious organization,” said Lucy Ruiz, Paraiso de la Bonita General Manager. “It is a huge honor not only to be a part of The Leading Hotels of the World but also to be given recognition for our ‘Commitment to Quality.’’’
Of the nearly 450 of the world’s finest hotels, resorts and spas represented by Leading Hotels of the World, only 10 were chosen to receive the “Commitment to Quality” award for obtaining the highest possible scores during anonymous inspections.
About Paraiso de la Bonita
Created by owner, Carlos Gosselin, in homage to his wife, Elisa Gosselin,
Paraiso de la Bonita (Paradise of the Beautiful) lies beachfront amidst
14 acres leading into the Caribbean Sea. The AAA Five Diamond property,
which is well known for its dramatic architecture and striking use of color,
features ninety ocean view suites, approximately 1,130 square feet in size,
with large, private outdoor terraces (some with plunge pools); living rooms;
and marble bathrooms with sunken bathtubs for two . Each of the suites
is individually decorated with unusual fabrics, sculpture and antique treasures
sourced by Carlos and Elisa during their travels to the Mediterranean,
India, Africa, Bali, China and the Caribbean. Suites are named after
geographic locations such as: Antigua, Jaipur, KwaZulu and Marbella and
feature Bvlgari amenities and an in-suite tequila service.
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