European Hospitality Awards - November 3rd 2016
Alessi is a family business which was established in 1921 in Omegna, Northern Italy. It started as a workshop manufacturing brass and German silver sheets. Now, almost a century-old Alessi has evolved into being one of the foremost "Italian Design Factories", marrying the ideas of world-class design and technology to several product ranges. Alessi is a global company, yet has deep roots in the cultural traditions of its home. The name- Alessi- has become a byword for excellent design and machine-aided handicraft.
The shortlist will be announced at the end of August.
Entries are now open for EH Awards 2016!
The evening started with a drinks reception in the Palace Suite where ‘Best Hotel Bar’ sponsor Erdinger Weissbier welcomed everyone with their newest drink the Pikantus. The German beer brewer had their own mobile bar in the drinks reception and the Royal Garden Hotel served the wines and bubbles. All attendees looked fabulous, the atmosphere was great from the start. All shortlisted hotels were super excited for the night and sponsors, partners and judges mingled the night away.
The winners for the European Hospitality Awards 2015 have been announced, representing the most influential and iconic hotels that Europe has to offer. We would like to specially thank all the shortlisted nominees and congratulate the judges on making the tough decisions to award this year’s winners from each category.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation, a global hospitality company, sold Hyatt Regency Birmingham through its affiliate for approximately £38.6m to an affiliate of Bin Otaiba Investment Group.
The merger transaction of Marriott International and Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide has secured approval of the Chinese Ministry of Commerce.
Hyatt Hotels has announced that three hotels are transitioning to the Hyatt Centric brand from the Hyatt brand.
Marcus Hotels & Resorts, a unit of The Marcus, is set to open 29 new all-season villas at Grand Geneva Resort & Spa in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, US, for both leisure and business travellers.
Ashford Hospitality Trust has completed the sale of the 124-room Hampton Inn & Suites in Gainesville, Florida for approximately $27m in cash ($218,000 per key) to Key International.
Isle of Capri Casinos has signed an agreement to divest the Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Lake Charles to an affiliate of Laguna Development Corporation (LDC), a Pueblo of Laguna-owned business based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.