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(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – Fond Doux Plantation & Resort is among the recipient of the 2018 Experts’ Choice Award from TripExpert and Guest Review Award by Booking.com.
Based on 1M+ reviews from 85 different publications, the award is bestowed on only the very best hotels. Less than 2% of hotels worldwide receive the award. TripExpert takes a new approach to ratings by using only professional reviews in travel guides, magazines, newspapers and other respected sources.
Eroline Lamontagne the resorts Executive Director, says that she is “always honored to receive awards like these, as it proves that we are doing great things here at Fond Doux and that our efforts do not go unnoticed”.
With praise from reviewers such as Frommer’s, Oyster and Lonely Planet, Fond Doux Plantation & Resort is one of the highest ranking hotels in St. Lucia on TripExpert.
The resort received TripExpert’s Best of St. Lucia award. Reviewers agree that it is an outstanding choice for accommodation in St. Lucia.
Booking.com awarded the resort with a Guest Review Award for achieving an 8.9 rating out of 10. Each year, Booking.com celebrates properties with a review score average of 8.0 and above. The score is based on all reviews that were published on the website during the 24 months preceding November 1st.
“All of these accolades represent the continuous hard work and dedication of the Fond Doux team” says Lyton Lamontagne.
The resort is 100% Saint Lucian owned, managed, staffed and continues to offer authentic Saint Lucian experiences to its guests. In celebration of Saint Lucia’s 39th Independence anniversary, Fond Doux Plantation established a hall of fame with noted Saint Lucian icons i.e. Sir John Compton, Honorable Allen Chastanet, Dame Pearlette Louisy, Sir Derek Walcott, Sir Arthur Lewis, Gregor Williams, Lord Glenconor Colin Tenant, Stephenson King, Dr. Kenny Anthony, Chef Nina Compton, Lavern Spencer, Darren Sammy, Sesenne Descartes and Coco Charles.
2018 will certainly be an exciting year for the Lamontagne’s, as they will be adding on five more cottages and more developments will unfold in the coming months.
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