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first_imgInterContinental Hotels & Resorts has emerged the most awarded hotel brand in Australasia in the 18th World Travel Awards, as voted by the international travel agent community and announced recently in Bangkok.An inaugural World Travel Award winner, InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa was recognised as Australasia’s Leading Spa Resort. Opened in 2006 and accessible only by boat, the resort is a tranquil sanctuary featuring 80 overwater villas and a Deep Ocean Spa offering treatments using mineral-rich water drawn from the sea at depths of more than 900 metres.Another first, InterContinental Moorea Resort & Spa achieved the title of French Polynesia’s Leading Resort. Fresh from a multi-million dollar renovation, the resort offers more than 140 deluxe rooms and bungalows, a range of restaurants and bars, and on-site activities including the Moorea Dolphin Centre, Bathys Diving Club and the renowned Helene’s Spa, all tucked between Moorea’s lush green mountains and the island’s blue-as-blue lagoon.Achieving success in the awards for a second consecutive year, InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto was once again named Australasia’s Leading Business Hotel. Built within two 19th Century buildings, InterContinental Melbourne is the only international high-end hotel in the city’s central financial district.“It’s a joy to see three of our Australasian hotels being selected by some of the most discerning judges of travel product in the world. Our InterContinental resorts and hotels in the region have consistently featured in the World Travel Awards over the years, which is very encouraging,” said IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) chief operating officer Australasia, Bruce McKenzie. InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa resort Source = InterContinental Hotels & Resortslast_img read more

Rep Poleski calls free fishing fun for families

first_img02Jun Rep. Poleski calls free fishing fun for families Categories: News State Rep. Earl Poleski invites local residents to participate in Free Fishing Weekend on June 13-14.“This event is a special opportunity for friends and families to enjoy one of Michigan’s most favorite pastimes,” said Rep. Poleski, R-Jackson. “It only happens twice a year so it’s important that we take advantage of it.”Free Fishing Weekend – hosted by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources – allows Michigan anglers and out-of-state visitors to fish without a license for one weekend only. Normal fishing and boating regulations still apply.To learn more about the event, visit the DNR’s website at www.Michigan.gov/DNR.###last_img read more