Fraser win big at 2021 Luxury hotel awards

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By Chijioke Kingsley

Abuja (Sundiata Post) – One of the leading hotels in Nigeria, Fraser Suits Abuja, was recently announced as the best Luxury Hotel at the 2021 World Luxury Hotel Awards.

Fraser has been consistent with accolades and thumbs up since it was built in 2017, no wonder it has been winning awards consecutively for four years, guests at the awards ceremony said.

The award by the World Luxury Hotel Awards is in recognition of Fraser Suites sustained commitment to excellence in hoteliering and outstanding achievement in the international luxury hospitality industry, Mr. Haroun Audu, Director, Corporate Communications Fraser Suits said in a statement sent to our correspondent.

However Janet Osakwe, Fraser Suites Head of Sales received the award on behalf of the management, lauded the accomplishment by Fraser as consistent with the exceptional tradition of the hotel as Nigeria’s and Africa’s foremost provider of world class luxury hospitality services.

According to Osakwe: “The incomparable status of Fraser Suites has consistently earned it other prestigious global awards and client endorsement on an annual basis, since it commenced operations about four years ago”, she said.

On his part Audu said: “Fraser Suites is Nigeria’s luxury serviced apartments: an iconic edifice, located in the heart of the Federal Capital of Nigeria and features 126 Gold-Standard serviced residences that combine qq, qqqqq and technology with outstanding facilities and exclusive services.

“The facility a premium range of apartments from studio suites to 4-bedroom penthouses with each unit exquisitely appointed with a well-equipped modern kitchen, contemporary interiors, and luxurious finishes, with spectacular views across the lush landscape”, he said

Our correspondent reports that hospitality has become one of the hottest and the most sought after aspect of human life , not just in Nigeria but all over the world as became evident when the award was held with over a thousand guests in attendance.