Le Touessrok joins PGAs of Europe Prestige Collection(18 luglio 2007)
The luxurious Le Touessrok resort, Mauritius, has become the latest destination to join the PGAs of Europe Prestige Collection.
The resort has followed the lead of the 2010 Ryder Cup venue, Celtic Manor, Wales, and five-star Aphrodite Hills, in Cyprus.
The Prestige Collection is made up of a limited number of exclusive golf resorts throughout the world, each boasting the highest standards of service and the very best facilities available to discerning golfers.
The stunning Mediterranean-style resort located on the east coast of Mauritius is the pinnacle of tropical luxury. The resort boasts 68 de-luxe rooms, 125 junior suites, six ocean suites, a royal suite and three luxury villas, all offering the highest levels of service and exceptional privacy.
Guests at Le Touessrok have an unprecedented choice of facilities which include, three award-winning restaurants, two bars, two swimming pools, a luxury Givenchy spa and an 18-hole, Bernhard Langer-signature championship golf course, located on its own island.
The Le Touessrok comfortably fulfils all of the collection’s requirements and, in recognition of its unwavering commitment to achieve the highest standards of customer service, has been awarded the PGAs of Europe mark of quality.
David Marsh, general manager at Le Touessrok golf course, said: “Le Touessrok is excited to partner with the PGAs of Europe Prestige Collection. Both our organisations share, without doubt, the same commitment to delivering quality and outstanding service standards to our customers.”
PGAs of Europe Prestige Collection business development director Phil Richins said: “We’re delighted Le Touessrok has joined the PGAs of Europe Prestige Collection. "
“It’s a superb addition to our portfolio and exemplifies the strict levels of attainment we’re searching for in our members."
“Whether you are looking for a golfing holiday or a beautiful location for your honeymoon, Le Touessrok has it all.”
The PGAs of Europe Prestige Collection stamp of approval means visitors can expect the highest standard of excellence across the board.
To ensure it retains the maximum level of delivery the scheme will remain exclusive by allowing only a maximum of four resorts per country.