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Millbrook Resort wins international luxury hotel & spa award

31 October 2016

Millbrook Resort wins international luxury hotel and spa awards

Millbrook Resort is proud to have won the Luxury Spa Hotel award at the World Luxury Hotel Awards 2016, and been named New Zealand’s Best Resort Spa at the World Luxury Spa Awards 2016.

Millbrook Resort Director of Operations, Brian Howie, said the resort has gone from strength to strength, and the team is delighted to be recognised by these awards adding to numerous other awards and accolades received over the past few years.

“Our surrounding natural landscape, commitment to open space in and around the resort, and range of luxurious accommodation options, are what sets Millbrook apart. But we’re also focused on delivering first-class customer service, as an essential part of meeting the expectations of guests seeking a bit of luxury,” said Mr Howie.

The Spa at Millbrook was opened in 2001, and has undergone ongoing expansion and development to meet local and guest demand. It is one of a select number of spas in New Zealand accredited to use the Elemis Spa & Skincare range.

Spa Manager, Michelle Bachelor, said winning the title of New Zealand’s Best Resort Spa at the World Luxury Spa Awards, alongside consistent success at other local and international spa awards, reflects her team’s dedication to excellence.

Millbrook is a 5-star golf and lifestyle resort, in the Queenstown area. It offers luxury accommodation, a day spa, four restaurants, a 27-hole championship golf course (host to the ISPS Handa NZ Open), a health and fitness centre, conference facilities and real estate. It caters for on-site weddings, corporate retreats and conferences, as well as independent hotel guests and day visitors to the resort.

“These award wins demonstrate our success in achieving our vision for Millbrook to be not only the first choice of lifestyle resort, but a destination in itself,” said Mr. Howie.


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