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Grand Papua Hotel wins 2021 Luxury Awards

Grand Papua Hotel, Port Moresby Wins – Luxury Business Hotel – Regional Winner, Australasia

The Grand Papua Hotel in Port Moresby is a proud winner of The Luxury Hotel Awards 2021.

The Luxury Hotel Awards recognizes and celebrates the hotel industry worldwide, with votes cast by travelers, guests, and industry players. It is the third year the Grand Papua Hotel has entered the Luxury Hotel Awards and we are proud to have been awarded the following:

  • Grand Papua Hotel – Luxury Business Hotel – Regional Win for Australasia

“It is another prestigious milestone for the Grand Papua Hotel again this year to be recognized as a world class Upscale Hotel providing a high-end product and services in Papua New Guinea.” says Robert Cohen – Hotel General Manager of the Grand Papua Hotel.

Grand Papua Hotel is situated in Port Moresby’s Central Business District, and offers 161 upscale guest rooms, suites, and residences. The Hotel was built in 2011 and continues to provide a high standard in its products and services for business travelers and corporate guests who want an upscale hotel experience with friendly service. And not at least the newly opened roof garden concept on 15th floor by Chef Krisna

The Hotel General Manager Robert Cohen explains: We continue to take pride in giving our guests reasons for coming back not only to Grand Papua Hotel but also to Papua New Guinea and Port Moresby – this award is dedicated to all our employees and guests

The Grand Papua Hotel boasts an upscale setting and guest experience with the Grand Brasserie, 15th Floor by Chef Krisna, Grand Bar, and Grand Café, Grand Spa, and the Executive Lounge located on the 15th Floor.

Group General Manger, Coral Sea Hotels Peter Laigaard Jensen express his gratitude to these difficult times: All staff and management in Grand Papua Hotel have during this extraordinary year went the extra mile to look after our guests and their safety and I am very pleased we are awarded as a best-in-class property”