Underlining its hospitality credentials on the international stage, Rotana, one in all the leading hotel management corporations within the region of hotels across the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe, and Turkey, has claimed the coveted title of ‘Best Business Hotel Chain in the Middle East’ for the second year running at the Business Traveller Awards 2019 in the United Kingdom.
The prestigious award was accepted on behalf of the corporate by Rotana’s Acting CEO Guy Hutchinson in London. Globally noted as an industry benchmark for excellence, the Business Traveller Awards are voted for by readers of the respected UK magazine and recognise the achievements and high standards set by the world’s leading hotels, airports and airlines.
Commenting on the importance of the award, Guy Hutchinson said: “We are delighted to just accept the prestigious ‘Best Business Hotel Chain within the Middle East’ award for the consecutive second year in a row. To receive this honour is especially gratifying because it relies based on the opinions of the general public, reflective our deep-seated commitment to making sure guest satisfaction across our diverse portfolio of brands. I would like to wish all of our guests, team members, and stakeholders for conducive to our enduring success. This award can function more inspiration as we have a tendency to still continue to explore fresh avenues to enhance our offerings and fulfil the Rotana promise of creating treasured time for our guests around the world.”
Rotana currently operates 68 properties in 25 cities across 14 countries in the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe, and Turkey. These offer a combined total of 18,018 rooms across several distinct brands, which cater to the needs of all types of travellers. The company’s pipeline will see a total of 12 new properties before the end of 2020 in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Jordan, and Iraq. Saudi Arabia continues to remain a key focus for Rotana’s expansion plans, with a further three hotels set to open in the Kingdom during the coming months