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Oetker Collection receives prestigious accolades at The World Luxury Spa Awards 2014

Oetker Collection and its masterpiece hotels received six coveted awards at The World Luxury Spa Awards 2014, four of its hotel Spas receiving individual recognition for their excellence of service.
Of particular note, the Oetker Collection’s Parisian property Le Bristol Paris – the ultimate reference for French Art-de-Vivre – won two awards for its renowned Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie, awarded both “Best Luxury Day Spa in Europe” and “Best Spa Manager in France” for Isabelle Gobbo, Spa Director.


One of the other Collection’s French properties, Château Saint-Martin & Spa in Vence – a secluded hideaway in the heart of the Provence overlooking the Mediterranean Sea – received the “Best Luxury Destination Spa in Europe” award for its prestigious Spa Saint-Martin by La Prairie.  

The Brenners Spa of the iconic property Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa – a unique urban oasis in Baden-Baden – was named “Best Destination Spa in Germany”.  

Palais Namaskar – a modern-day palace in Marrakech, Morocco – and its peaceful Spa Namaskar received the “Best Luxury Wellness Spa in Africa” and “Best Luxury Destination Spa in Morocco” sought-after awards.  

“We are delighted that four of our masterpieces hotels have been honoured again at The World Luxury Spa Awards” said Frank Marrenbach, CEO of Oetker Collection. “We are pleased to see that the hard work of our Spa teams has been recognised. We are constantly looking for innovation to provide an excellent level of service to our guests and strive to go beyond their expectations.”  

The World Luxury Spa Awards recognize the leaders and innovators in the Spa industry. These Awards were established as a celebration of ultimate achievement in service excellence, delivered by guests and industry consultants.

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