Vida Beach Resort Marassi Al Bahrain named as National Winner at one of the region’s biggest infrastructure awards programmes


Dubai, UAE– Vida Beach Resort Marassi Al Bahrain has been selected as the National Winner for MENA in the Hotel Project of the Year category of this year’s 2022 MEED Projects Awards, in association with Mashreq.

A spokesperson from Emaar Hospitality Group said, “We are thrilled that Vida Beach Resort Marassi Al Bahrain has been recognized as Hotel Project of the Year at the MEED Project Awards. This follows an incredible launch that established the first Vida Resort outside of the UAE and Emaar’s first hotel in the Gulf Kingdom.”

This exciting project brings an entirely new hospitality concept to the Kingdom. This stunning beach resort draws inspiration from art, design, entrepreneurship, and fashion. It is a thriving lifestyle destination and metropolitan space that boasts beautifully appointed, contemporary rooms and vibrant dining outlets, all enjoyed in an unparalleled, beach front setting.

Following an extensive submission and judging process, each of the National Winners were selected on the basis of a number of factors such as technological innovation, engineering excellence, and commitment to sustainable practices.

“This year is the largest ever for the MEED Project Awards, with a record number of entries and categories underlining just how resilient the projects market community has been in the face of all the challenges over the last two years,” says Sonia Kerrigan, Group Commercial Director, MEED. “The high volume of world-class projects built on time and to budget are further evidence of the region’s dynamism and reputation as a leading centre of construction innovation and excellence.

“The National Winners are a testament to the infrastructure community’s resilience, commitment to excellence and innovation. We are proud and delighted to announce more than 100 projects have claimed national honours across 18 categories and representing countries from across the MENA region. Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, cost inflation and increased logistics costs, the high volume of quality projects that were completed over the last 12 months are a strong indication of the region’s continued progression. These companies have re-affirmed why they are considered the bedrock of the region’s economy. Congratulations to all our national winners.”


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