THE BRANDO HONORED ON CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER’S 2015 HOT LIST RECOGNIZING THE WORLD’S BEST NEW HOTELS

THE BRANDO HONORED ON CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER’S 2015 HOT LIST RECOGNIZING THE WORLD’S BEST NEW HOTELS

TETIAROA, FRENCH POLYNESIA – April 21, 2015 – The Brando, an exquisite, luxury resort on French Polynesia’s breathtakingly beautiful private atoll of Tetiaroa, composed of a dozen idyllic islets surrounding a sparkling lagoon 30 miles north of Tahiti, has been honored on Condé Nast Traveler’s 2015 Hot List—the definitive guide to the best new hotels and resorts in the world.

The Brando was among 60 properties recognized on the 2015 Hot List. Selected by Condé Nast Traveler editors and contributors who visited hundreds of recently opened properties around the world, this esteemed annual list of hotels and resorts is available at http://www.cntraveler.com and is featured in the May issue of Condé Nast Traveler, on newsstands April 28, 2015.

“Thank you to the editors and contributors of Condé Nast Traveler for selecting The Brando for this prestigious list,” remarked Silvio Bion, General Manager, The Brando. “Every day we look forward to providing our guests at The Brando an extraordinary experience that they will cherish for a lifetime.”

In addition to Condé Nast Traveler’s 2015 Hot List accolades, The Brando was recently honored on Travel + Leisure’s IT List 2015 and also received two 2015 Gold List Awards for “Best Overseas Resort” and “Best Eco Tourism Property” from Luxury Travel magazine.

For additional information on The Brando, please visit http://www.thebrando.com.

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About The Brando
The Brando is an exquisite luxury resort on French Polynesia’s breathtakingly beautiful private atoll of Tetiaroa—an atoll composed of a dozen small islands surrounding a sparkling lagoon 30 miles north of Tahiti. The Brando was inspired by Marlon Brando’s original vision to create a venture of sustainable development that resonates with visitors and fosters opportunities to get to know both the place and people of French Polynesia.  With access by Air Tetiaroa, the resort is a pioneering model of sustainable technology with sea water air-conditioning and renewable energies and offers carefree luxury in the midst of pristine nature. The all-inclusive resort features 35 deluxe villas each with its own private beach area and plunge pool, restaurants showcasing Polynesian and French cuisine, a luxurious Polynesian spa, a lagoon-view bar, beach bar, pool, organic garden, library, pearl shop, boutique, water sports, and an Ecostation. The Brando is a Virtuoso Preferred Resort and founding member of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, a collection of boutique hotels in extraordinary places around the world with a demonstrated commitment to sustainability, authenticity and excellence.

About Pacific Beachcomber
With more than 25 years experience in the French Polynesian tourism market, 678 hotel rooms and 210 cabins, Pacific Beachcomber, S.C. is the country’s largest luxury hotel and cruise operator.  In addition to The Brando, Pacific Beachcomber operates seven award-winning resorts: InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa, InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort, InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa, InterContinental Moorea Resort & Spa, the Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora, the Maitai Rangiroa, and the Maitai Lapita Huahine (www.tahitiresorts.intercontinental.com and http://www.hotelmaitai.com). Pacific Beachcomber also operates the luxury small-ship cruise line, Paul Gauguin Cruises, which includes the 332-guest m/s Paul Gauguin, and the 88-guest m/v Tere Moana.

Press Kit and Images: http://media.thebrando.com/
Vanessa Bloy
Director of Public Relations, North America
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