Macdonald Hotels & Resorts has again been awarded Gold Crown status for eight of its resorts by RCI for the second year in a row.
The Gold Crown rating is RCI’s highest accolade for resort quality and is largely based on the feedback and comments from thousands members who.
The RCI Gold Crown awards were presented to its four Spanish resorts; La Ermita, Dona Lola, Leila Playa, Villacana, Spain; The Macdonald Elmers Court Hotel & Resort in the New Forest, UK; Macdonald Plas Talgarth Holiday Resort in the Snowdonia National Park in Wales; the Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel & Spa in the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, and the Macdonald Spey Valley Golf & Country Club in Aviemore, both in Scotland, rounding out Macdonald’s RCI Gold Crown winners. Macdonald Lochanhully Woodland Club in Scotland’s Cairngorm National Park also secured RCI Silver Crown status for the second year.
Simon Jackson, CEO of Macdonald Resorts, said: “It is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our teams that they have secured the much-coveted RCI Gold Crown award for a second time.
“We are visited by thousands of guests throughout all our resorts and we aim to delight each of them. To have had such positive feedback from RCI guests and our local RCI services manager recognises the efforts that staff in all our resorts go to, both in the UK and Spain, to give guests the warmest welcome, great food and the attention with which the Macdonald brand has become synonymous.”