Soneva launches “Live Like a Millionaire” competition for the Travel Trade Industry

Breaking Tourism News (BTN India)
Soneva Resorts and Residences, the world-leading luxury resort chain, has announced its first ever ‘Live like a Millionaire’ Competition for the global travel trade industry, with a prize offering worth USD 250,000.
To participate, agents are invited to confirm bookings for villas of three bedrooms and above at Soneva Fushi or Soneva Kiri for stays between October 01, 2015 and March 31, 2016. The person who generates the highest value of bookings between October 01 and December 31, 2015 will win a seven night stay in a luxurious villa for eight people with full board, plus business-class flights and resort transfers.
“This is certainly one of the largest prizes offered in the travel industry and we expect significant interest and strong competition,” said Sonu Shivdasani, CEO and Founder of Soneva. “This will be the holiday of a lifetime for the winning agent. We will pay for themselves and seven of their friends or family to fly from anywhere around the world on business class flights and spend seven nights in one of our enormous luxury villas in Thailand or the Maldives. They will live like millionaires with Soneva, as they enjoy private butlers, fine gourmet dining prepared by our award-winning chefs and unforgettable experiences,” he added.
Ranging in size from three to nine bedrooms (Soneva Fushi) and three to six bedrooms (Soneva Kiri), Soneva’s large villas benefit from abundant natural light, lush foliage and picturesque views. The villas are made of sustainable materials and comprise detached living areas joined by wooden walkways, infinity swimming pools, generous outdoor living areas and large outdoor bathrooms. Most also offer walk-through dressing areas, walk-in kitchens and wine cellars, steam and sauna rooms, and large terraced areas with sun-loungers.
Entries in the competition are on an individual basis (per person) and not per company. Winners will be announced in March 2016.


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