Coral Beach Resort Sharjah Wins Award for Best Kept Garden in the Emirate

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The Coral Beach Resort Sharjah added yet another feather to its cap by winning the top award from Sharjah Municipality for Best Kept and Manicured Garden on March 17, 2015. The hotel’s team was honoured with the prestigious trophy and certificate at a function hosted in Sharjah.

Mr. Jean Pierre Simon, Regional General Manager, Northern Emirates, Coral Hotels & Resorts, said that the sprawling green gardens are indeed the pride of Coral Beach Resort Shajarh and are a key feature in enhancing the guests’ overall experience during their stay. Getting rewarded for the efforts to keep these so perfectly manicured and maintained certainly brings more joy to the entire team”.

Mr Simon added that the judges were very impressed with the quality of presentation by the hotel’s horticulture team who has been doing a tremendous job. “We feel proud as a team for winning this prestigious award. Apart from beautiful lawns, the variety of plants in the gardens is remarkable and has been captivating the hearts of nature lovers”.

The Coral Beach Resort Sharjah recently underwent a complete refurbishment of rooms and facilities that has given it a brand new appeal. The deluxe resort features 156 spacious rooms, many with panoramic sea-view. A major attraction is the wide repertoire of dining options with menus to cater to every taste. The resort is located on one of the emirate’s principal sand beaches and features a range of leisure activities for all ages, including the Rimal Club, state-of-the-art fitness centre, children’s pool, indoor playroom and complimentary Kid’s Club as well as tennis (By Clark Francis Tennis Academy), badminton, volleyball and two outdoor swimming pools.

For more information about the hotel, visit http://www.hmhhotelgroup.com/coralbeachresortsharjah

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