Friday, January 19, 2018

Hotel celebrates double win

Designer hotel brand QT Hotels & Resorts latest flagship property, QT Melbourne, played host to the prestigious Australian Gourmet Traveller 2017 Hotel Guide Awards recently amongst a crowd of hoteliers and industry leaders, and is honoured to have been awarded “Large Hotel of the Year”, with the Rooftop at QT being crowned “Best Bar” on the night.

QT’s quirky design-driven properties in Sydney, Canberra, Gold Coast, Port Douglas and Bondi also making the cut of Top 50 Hotels listed in the guide.Recognised for their commitment to quirky hospitality and innovative designs, QT Hotels & Resorts prides itself on delivering the ultimate in travel experiences, and is thrilled to have been recognised for their achievements and nominated for an array of awards including; Best Minibar; Best Bar (Rooftop at QT); Large Hotel of the Year; and New Hotel of the Year.

“At QT, we strive to ensure the highest levels of service and the most memorable experience through cutting-edge design, art, music and food, and to have this officially acknowledged means a great deal for the team,” said David Seargeant, Event Hospitality & Entertainment Group managing director.

“These accolades and the inclusions in the guide are certainly recognition of this.”

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