Setting a new benchmark in the hospitality market, Rotana has won the ‘Best Hotel Brand in the Middle East’ award for the third consecutive year, and the ‘Best Business Hotel in Jordan’ award for Amman Rotana at the prestigious Business Traveller Middle East Awards 2019.
Guy Hutchinson, Acting CEO, Rotana, accepted the honour on behalf of the company at a glittering awards ceremony held in Dubai.
Commenting on the award, Guy Hutchinson said: “We have reached a new milestone in our journey as Rotana was named the ‘Best Hotel Brand in the Middle East’ at the celebrated Business Traveller Middle East Awards for the third year in a row. These coveted accolades are a well-deserved recognition for our unremitting commitment to keeping with our promise of delivering ‘Treasured Time’ to our guests by pursuing excellence in our service offerings. This achievement will reignite our passion for genuine hospitality and will incentivise us to explore new avenues to continue creating truly remarkable and unforgettable guest experiences at our wide-ranging hotels in the region.”
With an extensive and diverse portfolio of 65 operating hotels, Rotana operates more than 17,300 keys across 12 countries in the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe, and Turkey. In line with its long-term strategy, the company has planned an ambitious pipeline to deepen and expand its presence in its home market of the UAE and leading markets globally. Between 2019 and 2020, Rotana will open ten new hotels to add more than 2,700 keys to its inventory.
No stranger to industry recognition, Rotana has been honoured with nearly 400 prestigious awards to date. Over the last 12 months, the company has won 25 awards, including 16 awards at World Travel Awards Middle East 2018.
Hosted by the region’s leading travel and hospitality magazine, Business Traveller, the ‘Business Traveller Middle East Awards’ is now in its eighth year. The awards aimed at celebrating the region’s best companies in business travel and hospitality sectors, are voted for by the magazine’s readers.