Monday, February 19, 2018

InterContinental Hotels & Resorts ‘World Leading Hotel Brand 2016 for 10th time at World Travel Awards 2016

IHG walked away with five wins, including World’s Leading Hotel Brand 2016 for the tenth time, at the World Travel Awards (WTA) Grand Final Gala Ceremony 2016, held in the Maldives.

The InterContinental iPhone app emerged as the World’s Leading Hotel Brand App 2016.

InterContinental Hotels & Resorts had major regional wins this year with 36 awards at the World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia 2016 earlier this year.

Amadeo Zarzosa, vice president resorts, Asia, Middle East and Africa, IHG said: “We are extremely proud of our five major wins for InterContinental Hotels & Resorts in the worldwide category at such a prestigious event. The continued global success of our luxury brand and properties over the past 70 years reinforces our commitment to providing great hotels guests love, with the service, sophistication and style that gives traveller the chance to truly enjoy the InterContinental Life.

“InterContinental Hotels & Resorts constitutes a significant proportion of our development pipeline and we look forward to offering more award winning properties to our guests, as we continue extending our international capabilities towards pioneering new destinations for guests.”

The WTA was launched in 1993 to acknowledge excellence in the travel and tourism industry and is now in its 23rd year. Awards are presented across three tiers: country, regional and world awards, based on votes by the public and travel professionals worldwide.

 

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