December 2, 2021

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Fraiser Suites bags Africa Luxury Hotel award, pledges consistency

Fraiser Suites bags Africa Luxury Hotel award, pledges consistency

Fraiser Suites bags Africa Luxury Hotel award, pledges consistency

“This incomparable status of Fraser Suites, Abuja has consistently earned it other prestigious global awards and client endorsements on an annual basis.

By Ifeanyi Nwoko

One of Nigeria’s leading service apartment and hotel, Fraiser Suites, has pledged to remain consistent with its tradition of providing world class luxury hospitality services.

This is coming as the hotel emerged winner of the 2021 World Luxury Hotel Award for the African continent, a statement issued in Abuja on Thursday, said.

The statement signed by Haroun Harry Audu, the Director, Corporate Communications of the hospitality outfit, said that the award was one of the numerous others it had received since it began operations.

Audu said that the award was in recognition of Fraser Suites sustained commitment to excellence in the hospitality industry.

Fraiser Suites Abuja
Fraiser Suites Abuja

Quoting Fraiser Suites Head of Sales, Janet Osakwe who received the award on behalf of the management, said “the feat was consistent with its tradition as the foremost provider of world class luxury hospitality services.

“This incomparable status of Fraser Suites, Abuja has consistently earned it other prestigious global awards and client endorsements on an annual basis.

“The certificate conveying the award, jointly signed by Jana Stoman, the Executive Manager and Brandon Lourens, Founder and CEO of World Luxury Hotel Awards, was formally presented to Fraser Suites Abuja this October.

“The historic event took place at the prestigious Beachbomber Trou Aux Biches Golf Resort and Spa, Mauritius, with more than 1,000 guests in attendance.

“World Luxury Hotel Awards organisers certified the participation of Fraser Suites Abuja in the 2021 awards and congratulated the hotelier on this accomplishment,” Osakwe said. (NAN)