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 European Hospitality Awards has announced it’s shortlist for the 2016 ceremony. Find out who has been selected…
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.
Marriott International, in partnership with the Amdec Group, has announced plans for the construction of three new hotel properties in Cape Town, South Africa.
Vasona Systems International (VSi), a developer of mobile apps for the hospitality industry, has become a partner for the AEVI Global Marketplace.
Marriott International, a US-based hotel company, has opened its hotel in Rwanda.
Duetto, a provider of hotel profit optimisation technology, will deploy GameChanger, its Revenue Strategy solution, for Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe, a Mexico-based hotel chain.
sbe, a US-based lifestyle hospitality company that develops, manages and operates hospitality venues, has received shareholders' approval for acquiring Morgans Hotel Group.
Novotel London Canary Wharf will procure electricity, heating and hot water using one of Veolia’s latest combined heat and power (CHP) units.