Loews Annapolis Hotel has been named a winner of Successful Meetings’ prestigious Pinnacle Award for

Loews Annapolis Hotel has been named a winner of Successful Meetings’ prestigious Pinnacle Award for 2001. This is the 3rd time this property has been awarded this honor.
Readers of Successful Meetings Magazine, the most qualified and active planners in the industry, have recognized your outstanding ability to service their meeting and incentive program and have rewarded you with the highest mark of excellence among meeting properties.
In its 17th year, the Pinnacle Awards have earned a reputation as the most credible and prestigious symbol of excellence among meeting planners and hoteliers alike. Industry experts liken Pinnacle to other prestigious travel awards like the Mobil 5-Star and the AAA 5-Diamond.

In the January issue, our readers—over 75,000 corporate and association buyers—had the opportunity to cast their votes and select those outstanding hotels and resorts that measured up to their high standards of excellence. Planners were asked to make their selection based upon the following criteria:

Overall service/Meeting Rooms and Equipment/Recreational/Facilities/Quality of Food and Beverage/Exhibit/Space/Accessibility/Social Consciousness

Unlike any other hotel award in the meetings and incentive travel industry the Pinnacle Awards allow planners to recognize winning properties in seven U.S. regions, and two international groupings: Canada/Mexico and Offshore/International.

Properties won in each of the following categories- Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest, West and Florida. Winners were selected in Hawaii along with winners in the Canada/Mexico and Offshore/ International categories. Including ties, we have 243 winners this year.


All winners will be officially listed in our annual August Pinnacle Awards Directory.

Successful Meetings Magazine commands a respected position as the oldest, most authoritative source of meeting and incentive editorial in the marketplace. Its readers are corporate, administrative, sales, and marketing executives and association leaders.