This year’s yearbook features just a hand-full of luxury resorts from around the world and this year the high-end resort at Eskaya Beach made the grade.
The resort is located on Panglao Island in Bohol and is the only luxury resort from the Philippines featured in the 444-page coffee table book. The book is published to mark the 90th Anniversary of the Phantom, one of Rolls Royce’s most revered cars of all time.
“Eskaya is a good fit for Roll-Royce. They are both the embodiment of luxury and opulence,” said Richard Lim Jr., Eskaya’s managing director.
Eskaya is in a good company. The book also listed 24 other luxury resorts and hot spots in the world such as Dhara Dhevi Chang Mai in Thailand, Four Seasons Resort Mauritius in Mauritius, Hotel Quinta do Lago in Portugal, The Mulia Resorts & Villas in Indonesia, and Park Hyatt in Maldives.
Mr Lim said Eskaya was selected to be part of the book because it was very active in the European market, luring a lot of holidaymakers from the continent into its white, powdery shores.
“We are very honoured to be associated with Rolls-Royce. Eskaya’s inclusion in the book will help attract more high-end guests – especially the Phantom car enthusiasts worldwide,” said Mr Lim.
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