Huka Lodge is ranked as the Best Hotel in New Zealand in the latest Condé Nast Traveller Magazine Readers’ Travel Awards 2016, World’s Top 100 Awards, as announced in its October edition. This places Huka Lodge in the company of legendary hotels such as Le Bristol, Paris, Hotel-du-Cap Eden Roc, Antibes and Singita Grumeti in Tanzania.
This respected publication invites its readers to contribute annually to its World’s Top 100 Awards, creating the definitive list of islands, hotels, spas, ski resorts, cities and countries for discerning travellers seeking the ‘best of the best’.
In the same week, Huka Lodge was also voted 17th in the World’s Top 20 International Hideaways in the Readers’ Choice Awards by The Hideaway Report, the luxury travel newsletter by Andrew Harper, which since 1979, has advised its global membership on hotels delivering high levels of personal service. This is done through anonymous guest experiences, adding huge credibility to the votes.
This latest recognition comes just weeks after Huka Lodge’s most recent accolade, Third Best Hotel in the World in the recent Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards, consolidating its position as a leader, and by far the most consistently-awarded property in the Australasian region, since its establishment over 90 years ago.
In an era where the members of the global community are increasingly influential in the online and social media arenas, these readers often rely on the informed feedback of other sophisticated travellers to plan their journeys and experiences. Combined with the enviable reputations of The Hideaway Report and Condé Nast Traveller mastheads, these lists become an invaluable guide.
Huka Lodge, New Zealand and sister properties Dolphin Island, Fiji and Grande Provence Estate, South Africa comprise The Huka Retreats, all sharing a passionate commitment to providing extraordinary hospitality experiences for their guests.