Chaaya Reef Ellaidhoo wins ‘Traveller Choice Award’

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Chaaya Reef Ellaidhoo, a John Keells Hotels in the Maldives wins the coveted TripAdvisor® 2010 Travellers Choice award and is in the fifth position of the top ten resorts in Asia in the Romance Category.

TripAdvisor®, the world's most trusted source of travel advice, announced the winners of its 2010 Travellers' Choice® awards. With 719 properties around the world winning awards this year, the eighth annual competition is the largest ever, including new categories such as trendiest hotels, best relaxation/spas and world's top hotels by region.

Unlike any other hotel honors in the world, TripAdvisor® Travellers' Choice® winners are based on the millions of real and unbiased reviews and opinions from travellers on TripAdvisor.com™.

"Inspired by millions of trusted traveller reviews and opinions on TripAdvisor.com, the Travellers' Choice awards once again highlight the finest hotels in the world," said Christine Petersen, Chief Marketing Officer for TripAdvisor®. 'Travellers worldwide are recognizing more than 700 hotels for their outstanding service, value and quality.'



Travellers reviewed Chaaya Reef Ellaidhoo as 'Paradise Found', 'Could this be heaven', 'Fantastic, would go back in a flash' and 'Paradise in a small package'

Chaaya Reef Ellaidhoo situated in the North Ari Atoll of the Maldives is considered to be one of the best locations for Scuba divers and snorkelers in the world with its easily accessible house reef teeming with a myriad of marine life in every hue of the rainbow. The resort with its 112 bungalows which includes 24 over water bungalows is a perfect romantic getaway and a paradise for divers.

The four John Keells Hotels in the Maldives are Chaaya Reef Ellaidhoo, Chaaya Island Dhonveli, Chaaya Lagoon Hakura Huraa and Cinnamon Island Alidhoo.

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