Tourism

Condé Nast reveals 2017 Reader’s Choice winners

The top rated traveller experiences have been revealed, ranking in the best hotels, airlines destinations and cruises across the globe.

Over 300,000 people participated in Condé Nast Traveler’s 30th annual Reader’s Choice Awards, breaking a record number of submissions with millions of ratings and tens of thousands of comments. Participants voted on 610 cities, 468 cruise ships, 7, 320 hotels and 158 airlines.

2007 Reader’s Choice Award’s categories and winners:

Top rated Cities in the World

  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Vienna, Austria
  • Kyoto, Japan.

Top rated Hotels in the World

  • La Reserve Paris – Hotel and Spa, France
  • The Lodhi, New Delhi, India
  • The Gainsborough Bath Spa, Somerset, UK

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Top rated hotels in Australia 

  • COMO The Treasury, Perth, WA
  • QT Sydney, Sydney, NSW
  • The Langham, Melbourne, VIC

Top rated airlines in the World

  1. Air New Zealand
  2. Qatar Airways
  3. Singapore Airlines

Top rated Airport in the world

  1. Singapore Changi (SIN)
  2. Seoul-Incheon (ICN)
  3. Dubai International (DXB)

Top rated Large Cruise Ships

  1. Disney Cruise Line
  2. Cunard Line
  3. Princess Cruises

Top rated medium Ships

  1. Crystal Cruises
  2. Regent Seven Seas Cruises
  3. Viking Ocean Cruises

Top rated river ships

  1. Viking River Cruises
  2. Grand Circle Cruise Line
  3. Uniworld Boutique River Cruises

Check out the full award list here. 

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