Six Senses Con Dao wins int'l award for hotel design

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The five-star Six Senses Con Dao resort has been named among the 2010 International Commercial Winners by the International Commercial Property Awards, held in association with Bloomberg Television.

A project by Indochina Land in Vietnam, the resort which opened on the Con Dao Islands this month, won the Best International Small Hotel Construction and Design award.

Six Senses Con Dao is a complex of 50 villas along a mile long beach. The heart of the resort is designed to resemble a traditional Vietnamese village.

Sonu Shivdasani, chairman and CEO of Six Senses said, "The Six Senses team has been proud to

work with Indochina Land in the development of Six Senses Con Dao and that our collaboration has already achieved such an accolade, is a wonderful measure of a happy partnership."

Rick Mayo-Smith, CEO of Indochina Land, added, "Indochina Land shares Six Senses philosophy of ecological design and development, using only sustainable and natural materials. To have been recognized as a world leader in the area of design is a great triumph."

The International Property Awards celebrate the highest levels of achievement in real estate. This year's awards were presented at a grand banquet in London last week.

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