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Hotel Bellevue in Lošinj was shortlisted for the Condé Nast Johansens Award for Excellence

first_imgThe Condé Nast Johansens Award for Excellence is a quality label recognized by luxury consumers and tourism professionals, and it is the Lošinj Hotel Bellevue that has been shortlisted for this flattering title.The annual awards for the winners of excellence for 2018 will be determined by the combined results of online voting, guest feedback and reports from local experts, and the selected company, in addition to the Bellevue Hotel, also included Lefay Resort & SPA Lago di Garda from Lombardy and SHA Wellness Clinic from Valencia.The winner in the Best Destination Spa category will be announced on November 6, 2017 at a dinner at The May Fair Hotel in London. “Entering the top three spas in the competition for the Condé Nast Johansens Award at the Bellevue Hotel is a recognition of the superior service it nurtures, for which it deserves the trust of guests from all over the world. In addition, it is a confirmation, both by the guests and by the profession, that we continue in the direction in which we are headed.. “, Pointed out Goran Filipović, member of the Management Board of the Jadranka Group.Hotel Bellevue 5 * is a multi-award winning hotel from the portfolio of the hotel brand Lošinj Hotels & Villas of the Jadranka Group. In recent years, it has been one of the favorite choices of many foreign guests who enjoy the luxurious and airy atmosphere of this first 5 * hotel in Lošinj. This is supported by the recognition given to him by TripAdvisor this year, which is due to the hotel guests who declared Bellevue the best Croatian hotel and the best luxury hotel in Croatia due to the premium level of service.You can cast your vote for the Bellevue Hotel in the Best Destination Spa selection by clicking on herelast_img read more

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COVID-19: West Java to enforce fines, community service for violators of face mask rule

first_imgThe West Java administration will require all residents to wear face masks starting Monday, with violators of the new policy to be fined as the province steps up efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19.Many residents had failed to comply with government’s advice to wear face masks in public, West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil said. He said that he had signed a gubernatorial decree outlining the new policy, which would come into effect on Monday.According to the decree, those found not wearing a face mask in public will be given a Rp 100,000 (US$6.95) to Rp 150,000 fine or forced to do community service. “According to our [internal] survey, only 50 percent of West Java residents wear masks. We are imposing a fine so that we can reopen schools and the economy,” Ridwan, who serves as the province’s COVID-19 task force head, said in a virtual discussion on Tuesday.He said the policy was based on recommendations from experts, as face masks were key to minimizing coronavirus transmission.”We’ve listened to the health experts and economists. They believe a lockdown could reduce transmission of the virus, but wearing masks could work too,” he said.”However, a lockdown destroys the economy but wearing masks doesn’t. Japan has decided not to impose a lockdown but it imposes a mandatory use of face masks. So let’s wear masks.”The former Bandung mayor expressed hope that by imposing the policy, West Java residents could help the country to avoid an economic recession. West Java is Indonesia’s most populated province with a total population of nearly 50 million people.“We could reopen the economy as long as we wear masks and carry out aggressive testing. If successful, the West Java economy could grow 2.3 percent in December. If we fail, we could face recession, a negative growth to 2 percent,” Ridwan said.West Java has the fifth-most number of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia with 6,218 cases and 206 fatalities as of Tuesday.Topics :last_img read more

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