Frasers Hospitality has been awarded seven prestigious accolades at the World Travel Awards Europe Gala Ceremony 2017.
In the highly competitive country categories, Frasers Hospitality was named ‘England’s Leading Serviced Apartment Brand’ for the fourth consecutive year and ‘Hungary’s Leading Serviced Apartment Brand’ for the fifth year running at the ceremony held in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Further affirming its position as a leading global hospitality group, Frasers Hospitality also received five property-specific accolades in the following categories:
- Hungary’s Leading Serviced Apartments for Fraser Residence Budapest.
- Scotland’s Leading Serviced Apartments for Fraser Suites Edinburgh.
- Switzerland’s Leading Serviced Apartments for Fraser Suites Geneva.
- England’s Leading Serviced Apartments for Fraser Suites Kensington, London.
- France’s Leading Serviced Apartments for Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs-Élysées, Paris.
Earlier in June, Frasers Hospitality clinched seven other awards at the 2017 World Travel Awards for Asia & Australasia ceremony, including the top honours of ‘Leading Serviced Apartment Brand’ in Australasia, China, Indonesia and South Korea.
Choe Peng Sum, chief executive of Frasers Hospitality, said: “We are honoured to receive these prestigious awards from World Travel Awards this year, which is a strong endorsement of our staff’s continued effort, passion and commitment to service excellence across all our properties.
“These achievements were made possible because of the talented and dedicated team that we have, and I would like to thank all our valued staff for delivering the Fraser Difference at every possible touchpoint.
“The recognition and vote of confidence from travellers and industry professionals encourages us to work even harder to exceed the expectations of our guests, strengthen our relationships with our partners and leave Frasers Hospitality well-positioned for the years ahead.”
Frasers Hospitality’s global portfolio, including those in the pipeline, stands at 148 properties and more than 80 cities and 23,600 keys worldwide.