Novotel’s Newest Footprint in Mongolia

AccorHotels first global brand, Novotel, is announcing their debut in the beautiful city of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia that is perfect for guests who want to visit someplace new with familiar comforts.
Read More

The 72-Hour Giant Lunar Sale with Nilamani Hotels

Nilamani Hotels is inspired this week by one of Balinese beliefs about the sacredness of a full moon with their 72-Hour Giant Lunar Sale.
Read More

Classic American Cooking in Asia with John Kunkel

Dedicated to classic American cooking and warm hospitality, The Bird Southern Table & Bar has given Asia a taste of how the art of sharing a meal is the same wherever guests are from.
Read More

The Magic within The Dharmawangsa House

The Dharmawangsa Jakarta is pleased to introduce The Dharmawangsa House for future happily ever after’s.
Read More

AccorHotels New Hot Spot in Gangnam, South Korea

In the heart of the trendy Gangnam district in South Korea, AccorHotels is pleased to set up shop with Alcove Hotel Seoul that will have everyone planning their next trip.
Read More

‘Give a Tree, Make a Difference’ with AccorHotels and Greater China

AccorHotels is continuing their initiative to support Plant for the Planet with the commencement of their Give a Tree campaign in Greater China.
Read More

A Hollistic Wellness Journey with Four Seasons Hong Kong

Travellers today are increasingly mindful of their mental and physical health and with Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is leading the way with the launch of its Well Feeling initiative.
Read More

A Distinct Definition of Luxurious Comfort at AYANA JimBARan Lounge.

Nestled in the buzzing hub of Jakarta amidst the buzzing commercial business district, AYANA sets a serene atmosphere at its JimBARan Lounge for the peeps in city to take step back and take the advantage of the comfortable expanse.
Read More

The Number One Spot at The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards Won By Eleven Madison Park


The World’s 50 Best Restaurants has always been proud to bring together the leaders in global gastronomy for this annual celebration. The awards represent the very best culinary experiences and talent. Securing no.1 spot in the 2017 list of The World’s 50 best Restaurants, Eleven Madison Park in New York has over-ranked the other 49 restaurants across the globe. This year’s winners were revealed at an awards ceremony at the historic Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne.

Eleven Madison Park in New York earns the dual title of The World’s Best Restaurant and The Best Restaurant in North America, outranking the other restaurants across the globe that have been nominated in the 15th The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards. After debuting on the list at No.50 in 2010, Eleven Madison Park has hovered within the top 10 since 2012, rising to No.3 last year. The restaurant’s co-owners, Will Guidara and Swiss-born chef Daniel Humm, enhance the fine-dining experience with a sense of fun, blurring the line between the kitchen and the dining room. Housed in an art deco building overlooking New York’s Madison Park, the restaurant’s multi-course seasonal tasting menu celebrates the city’s rich history and culinary traditions.

After claiming the No.1 position for a third consecutive year at Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants awards ceremony in February, Gaggan in Bangkok rises 16 places to No.7 to claim The Best Restaurant in Asia title. Elsewhere, Singapore’s Restaurant André climbs an impressive to secure the No.14 spot while Den in Tokyo, the 2016 recipient of the Miele One To Watch Award, arrives on the list at No.45. Asia is also represented by Tokyo’s Narisawa, Hong Kong’s Amber, Bangkok’s Nahm and Shanghai’s Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet.

Photo Courtesy of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants

Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy, retains its title as The Best Restaurant in Europe. France has doubled its number of restaurants on the list by Mirazur and Arpège, also followed by Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée. Another French pride, Septime’s, claims the Sustainable Restaurant Award sponsored by Silestone. As from Spain, El Celler de Can Roca leads the contingent and also the 2017 recipient of theThe Ferrari Trento Art of Hospitality Award. Meanwhile, Dan Barber’s progressive restaurant, Blue Hill at Stone Barns, earns Highest Climber Award sponsored by Lavanza. New York-based pastry entrepreneur Dominique Ansel is also honoured this year, claiming the 2017 title of The World’s Best Pastry Chef.

Host country Australia has Attica in Melbourne who won The Best Restaurant in Australasia. The Best Restaurant in South America is awarded to Central, Peru. Respected chef Heston Blumenthal has grabbed the prestigious Diners Club Lifetime Achievement Award, followed by Ana Roš of Hiša Franko, Slovenia, who is named The Word’s Best Female Chef 2017.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *