Registration open for International Hospitality Awards 2017
The International Hospitality Awards 2017 has opened registration for the competition for the hotel industry in Europe. The gala ceremony of the awards will be held in Budapest in January 2018.
In 2017, the International Hospitality Awards expands its borders and invites participants from 21 European countries: Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Georgia, Slovakia, Moldova, Ukraine, Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Macedonia, Slovenia, Greece, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Participation for all hotels is free of charge.
Each hotel can submit its application for one or two nominations until October 30, 2017. The mission of the Awards is not only to recognize the best hotels, but also the development of a professional and competitive hospitality industry through promoting the achievements of local hotels and resorts. The Awards assist in the development of the quality of hotels’ services and stimulate the growth of competitiveness in the hospitality industry in local markets as well as abroad.
The nominees are proportionally assessed on the basis of the professional opinion of Jury Members (50%) and consumers’ ratings through international online booking systems Booking.com (25%) and TrustYou.com (25%). In this way, both the opinions of Jury Members and guestsʼ impressions will influence the results.
The main values of the Awards are independence and impeccable reputation. The Official Auditor of the International Hospitality Awards is international auditing company Deloitte.
Hotels can register at the website of the International Hospitality Awards here.
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