“We are proud of these awards,” said Simon Naudi, CEO of Corinthia Hotels, operator of the award-winning hotels. “They represent well deserved recognition of the efforts made by our many colleagues in each of our hotels in living the spirit of Corinthia, an endeavor to fulfill our service promise and operate as craftsmen and craftswomen in the field of hospitality, with our leisure, corporate or conference guests.”
At the awards event in Sardinia, the five-star Corinthia Hotel Lisbon was awarded both ‘Europe’s Leading Green Hotel’ and ‘Portugal’s Leading Conference Hotel’, in recognition of the hotel’s outstanding long-term energy efficiency project and its world-class business facilities and service. Corinthia Hotel Prague was named the ‘Czech Republic’s Leading Business Hotel,’ while Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa, Malta’s leading Grande Dame hotel, took home ‘Malta’s Leading Spa Resort’. The Royal Residences at Corinthia Hotel Budapest won‘Hungary’s Leading Hotel Residences 2015’.
Corinthia Hotels properties were further nominated in 13 other European and country-specific categories, including ‘Europe’s Leading Business Hotel 2015’ (Corinthia Hotel St Petersburg) and ‘Europe’s Leading Hotel 2015’ (Corinthia Hotel London).
The Corinthia portfolio includes the flagship Corinthia Hotel in London, as well as award-winning Corinthia Hotels in Budapest, Malta, St Petersburg, Prague, Lisbon, Khartoum and Tripoli. Corinthia Hotels is owned by International Hotel Investments (IHI), a publicly-traded company in Malta. CHI Hotels & Resorts Limited is a wholly-owned member of the IHI Group which manages Corinthia Hotels.
Recently we checked out for you several Corinthia properties in various countries:
Corinthia Lisbon featuring luxury suites with panoramic views over the city and the 17-treatment room Holmes Place Spa; Corinthia St. George’s Bay Hotel in Malta with its own private Lido and four outdoor swimming pools; the group’s second Malta property,
Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa, located beside the official residence of the nation’s President, Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca;
and London’s Corinthia Hotel on the doorstep of Trafalgar Square offering a superb spa spanning four floors and an elegant traditional English-style afternoon tea experience.
The World Travel Awards serve to acknowledge, reward and celebrate the enormous achievements to be found in all sectors of the global travel industry and is acknowledged across the globe as one of the ultimate travel accolade.