Alhambra Spa was rated as the best Luxury Boutique Spa in Croatia

first_imgNakon što je nedavno postao članom američke mreže vodećih turističkih subjekata Virtuoso, lošinjski 5* Boutique Hotel Alhambra dobitnik je novog priznanja. Naime, Alhambra Spa ocijenjen je kao najbolji Luxury Boutique Spa u Hrvatskoj. Nagradu mu je dodijelila priznata globalna organizacija World Luxury Hotel Awards, koja odaje priznanje luksuznim hotelima svjetske klase, a zahvaljujući izvrsnoj usluzi koja se očituje u odnosu prema gostima.World Luxury Hotel Awards ima za cilj poticanje i podizanje standarda usluga unutar luksuzne hotelske industrije diljem svijeta. Nagrade se inače dodjeljuju luksuznim hotelima u različitim kategorijama na razini pojedine države, kontinenta i svijeta. Uz to, lošinjska Alhambra dobitnik je TripAdvisorova certifikata izvrsnosti za 2017. te član renomirane grupacije Small Luxury Hotels of the World, koja broji svega 520 malih luksuznih hotela s vrhunskom ponudom koja udovoljava čak i onim najzahtjevnijim gostima.”Cilj posebno osmišljenih tretmana i rituala u luksuznom okruženju je omogućiti svakom gostu profinjeno i autentično SPA iskustvo, u potpunosti prilagođeno njegovim individualnim potrebama, a za što se koriste mirisi i arome Lošinja te kozmetika jednog od vodećih britanskih brendova Elemisa.” ističu iz hotela Alhambra koji je dio hotelskog brenda Lošinj Hotels&Villas Grupe Jadranka koji okuplja ukupno šest hotela i restorana te vile i apartman na najatraktivnijim lokacijama otoka Lošinja.last_img read more

Gleneagles given Breeders’ Cup Classic aim by Aidan O’Brien

first_imgAidan O’Brien has nominated dual Guineas hero Gleneagles for the Breeders’ Cup Classic in which he could take on American Triple Crown winner American Pharoah. Press Association The high-class three-year-old is still in line to make an appearance in the Irish Champion Stakes on Saturday week, providing the ground is suitable. He has missed intended outings in the Sussex Stakes and the Juddmonte International due to ground which was deemed to be too soft. center_img Should he not appear at Leopardstown, Gleneagles will have the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot on Champions Day as a back-up on October 17. A mouthwatering duel with American Pharoah, who only finished second in the Travers Stakes at Saratoga last Saturday, could then be on the cards if Bob Baffert’s colt stays in training. In a statement released to Press Association Sport, O’Brien said: ” Given suitable ground, Gleneagles will run in the Irish Champion Stakes on Saturday week and, failing that, he will be aimed at the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot in October. “His end-of-season target is the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Keeneland where he may face American Pharoah.” Gleneagles has proved himself the best of his generation over a mile, with Classic wins at Newmarket and the Curragh supplemented by his St James’s Palace Stakes victory at Royal Ascot. He was declared to take on the Derby winner Golden Horn over 10 furlongs at York in the Juddmonte International, but O’Brien felt the ground had too much give in it after walking the track. The Irish Champion Stakes is also over a mile and a quarter, but if the ground goes against him again it would mean Gleneagles could have to tackle a new trip, and an alien surface in dirt, at Keeneland. O’Brien’s inmate was given an 8-1 quote by Coral for the Classic on October 31, behind 7-2 joint-favourites American Pharoah, to whom Coolmore now have the breeding rights, and Beholder. last_img read more