Spa at West Baden Named World Luxury Hotel Spa Award Winner
Only One of Five US Resort Spas to Make Exclusive List
FRENCH LICK, IN (June 22, 2011) – Right on the heels of recent recognition on Condé Nast Traveler’s list of Top 250 Spas, The Spa at West Baden is making news once again. This time, the spa is receiving international attention with the World Luxury Spa Awards (to be held in Croatia this September).
The World Luxury Spa Awards™ gives recognition and thanks to the spa industry. The Awards congratulate unsurpassed service excellence and put the spotlight on our spas that represent the finest standards & thus attracting the attention of global spa-goers and industry experts.
Open to luxury spas in the respective categories, the World Luxury Spa Awards™ are recognized and respected on the global front by the public and media at large and are universally acknowledged.
The World Luxury Spa Awards™ celebrate the spa industry with 8 spa categories. The Spa at West Baden is one of only five US Spas to be featured on the list of 2011 Spa Country Winners.
The independent judging process was based on spa guest votes and the feedback and votes from a selected global panel of spa industry professionals.
According to Marinique Truter, Executive Manager, World Luxury Spa Awards™: “The World Luxury Spa Awards™ is the highest accolade a spa can ever hope to receive. For participants the World Luxury Spa Awards™ challenge service excellence and highlight the importance of constant improvement. The World Luxury Spa Awards™ truly puts a winner/finalist spa ahead of its peers from a marketing perspective. Recipients of this prestigious accolade see challenges as opportunities and stay ahead with strategic changes allowing facilities and service to stay on par with global trends. We congratulate all our winners further to this outstanding achievement.”
To view a complete list of 2011 Winners & Finalists log onto http://www.luxuryhotelawards.com/spa-winners-2011.asp
The Spa at West Baden is a world-class escape with roots tying back to the turn-of-the-century. The local mineral springs first brought guests to the area and the hotel was billed as the “Temple of Health and Happiness” where guests would experience “abundant energy and the thrill of pulsating vitality. ”