22/06/2015 12:26 AST

Abu Dhabi National Hotels (ADNH) was recently presented with two prestigious awards for its contribution to the success of the UAE emirate.

The property was listed among Forbes Middle East’s Top Companies in the Arab World, as well as named National Winner in the Meed Quality Awards for Projects, for the success of Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi and Villas on Saadiyat Island.

Hareb Al Muhairy, board member and managing director of ADNH, said: “We are honoured by this extensive recognition. Our endeavours have always aligned with the overarching national goals, with our efforts being directed towards supporting the Abu Dhabi National Vision 2030. The awards and accolades from top industry specialists are definitely the ultimate recognition of our success.”

ADNH has been acknowledged as a top performer within the hospitality category by Forbes Middle East amongst the Top Companies in the Arab World,

Forbes Middle East’s Top Companies in the Arab World 2015 features publicly listed companies that have been ranked based on disclosed financial statements for 2014 and information collated from stock markets around the region.

The award was presented to Raffi Torikian, senior manager – Hotel Operations and Mihaela Tayar, manager marketing communications at ADNH.

In addition, Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas has been recognized as the National Winner in the MEED Quality Awards for Projects 2015, in the award category The Drake & Scull Leisure & Tourism Project of the Year.

The MEED Quality Awards for Projects, now in its fifth edition, recognises quality construction projects in the countries of the GCC.

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