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Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo have won the prestigious Best Hotel Spa in Europe Award. The Prix Villégiature Awards are in their 13th year, and were presented in Paris by a jury of 23 journalists working in the tourism and hospitality sector.
Having been thoroughly renovated and reopened two years ago, Thermes Marins occupies more than 7,000 square metres and continues to deliver the promise of Francois Blanc, the founder of SBM, to deliver “the dream”.
Christine Zoliec, Managing Director of the spa and its 100 staff, said: “It is an honour to receive such an award, which confirms the efforts and expertise of our multidisciplinary team, mobilised every day to provide an exceptional service to our customers.”
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