V Resorts bagged the PATWA International Award

V Resorts, a chain of boutique resorts in offbeat destinations of India, recently received the Pacific Area Travel Writers Association (PATWA) International Award at ITB Berlin 2015, the world's largest tourism trade fair. At a gala awards ceremony following the World Tourism & Aviation Leaders Summit on Culture: Vehicle for Tourism and PATWA International Seminar in Germany, V Resorts was selected as the ‘Emerging Chain of Resorts in

Commenting on this honor, Aditi Balbir, Founder & Managing Director- V Resorts, said, “V Resorts brings superior quality and standardization to the less explored but breathtaking destinations of India. We have also broken new ground in immersion travel by exploring and developing many unique experiences for the leisure traveller in India. This honour shall further motivate us and we will continue to strive for higher service standards that create bespoke holiday experiences for our guests.”

Backed by institutional investors and a team of experienced professionals; V Resorts is a growing chain of boutique properties where homely interiors, impeccable service, local cuisine, caring staff and contemporary technology blend to create an experience that is both warm and intimate.

The company offers advanced management services to owners of properties between 5-25 rooms located in beautiful unexplored destinations where nature, peace and solitude reign supreme. V Resorts already has 6 properties across 3 states bordering Delhi and recently raised approximately $2 million in pre-series A funding from seedfund for further expansion.

This year's PATWA International seminar was attended by many acclaimed personalities from the global travel and tourism industry. The list of esteemed speakers included Dr. Taleb Rifai, Secretary General, UNWTO; Dr. Mahesh Sharma, Minister of State for Tourism, Culture & Civil Aviation, Government of India; Eglantina Gjermeni, Minister of Urban Development & Tourism, Albania; Amel Karboul, Minister of Tourism, Republic of Tunisia; Mohamed Nazri, Minister of Tourism and Culture, Malaysia; Mohamed Hisham Abbas Zaazou, Minister of Tourism, Egypt; Martin Buck, Vice President, ITB Berlin and Ray Bloom, Chairman, IMEX Group were in the panel of speakers at the event. The event also featured a celebration of International Women’s Day during the award ceremony.

About V Resorts: 
V Resorts is a growing chain of boutique resorts with a pan India presence. Their unique property management services are targeted for owners of properties between 5-25 rooms located in beautiful unexplored destinations where nature, peace and solitude reign supreme. Under the 'V Resorts' brand, the company seeks to manage such properties, providing customers with unique locations and services which together contribute to a truly offbeat Indian experience.

With 6 properties across 3 states bordering Delhi, V Resorts provides urban customers with various choices of interesting holiday destinations. Founded by travel enthusiast, Ms. Aditi Balbir and backed by institutional investors with a team of experienced professionals, the company follows a strict code of conduct and is governed by integrity, professionalism & teamwork.

For more details log onto www.vresorts.in

About PATWA:

PATWA is the leading travel writer's organization representing members from all over the world. The aim of PATWA is to promote professional development of Travel Writing and Travel Communication, which will make invaluable contribution in the promotion of tourism.

PATWA will support the fundamental objectives and efforts for tourism and at the same time it will maintain adherence to the fundamental principles of the UNESCO, United Nations and of the World Tourism Organization. PATWA is an affiliate member of UNWTO.

The PATWA International Award is given to recognize individuals or organizations involved in the promotion of tourism from different sector of tourism such as aviation, hotel, travel agents, tour operators and govt. agencies. It is held every year at the ITB Berlin, the biggest travel fair in the world, which is attended by more than 7,000 journalists from all over the world and Tourism exhibitors from 180 countries.

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