European Hospitality Awards - November 12, 2015
Our winners announced for the 2015 European Hospitality Awards have been announced!
On the 12th November we celebrated the 6th edition of the European Hospitality Awards at the Royal Garden Hotel. We highlighted and rewarded quality, expertise, innovation and class during the show. The night brought together some of the most iconic hotels and hoteliers from Europe. Our head judge, Derek Wood, took the stage and announced the winners from our outstanding shortlist and were awarded with this year's top prizes.
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.
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