ROTANA Hotels announced yet another significant milestone in its’ enviable history of service, gaining further recognition of their commitment to quality customer care during the World Travel Awards, the premier global awards event that promotes excellence in the travel and tourism industry.
Daniel Hajjar, vice-president sales and marketing for Rotana Hotels, expressed his great pride on receiving the awards on behalf of the Beach Rotana Hotel & Towers, for winning the Middle East Leading Conference Hotel, the Gefinor Rotana Hotel, winner of the Lebanon’s Leading Hotel category, and the Sharjah Rotana Hotel, winner of the Sharjah’s Leading Hotel category. Hajjar explained that the awards were the result of the combined efforts of the entire Rotana team.
Each year the World Travel Awards hit the travel industry community around the world, building to a crescendo with the annual Awards Presentation. The World Travel Awards were established in 1993 to acknowledge, reward and celebrate the enormous achievements to be found in all sectors of the global travel industry.
Daniel Hajjar commented: “With thousands of votes cast by travel professionals from 80,000 travel agencies in over 200 countries across the globe, The World Travel Awards has become one of the most important awards in the travel industry and we feel very honoured to be part of it”.
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