Roll up, roll up for the Hotelier ME Awards 2013

JW Marriott Marquis Dubai to host a circus spectacular on October 30

The winners of the Hotelier Middle East Awards 2012.
The winners of the Hotelier Middle East Awards 2012.

The theme for the Hotelier Middle East Awards 2013 is A Circus Spectacular, with an evening of entertainment and surprises planned for the annual industry awards being held on October 30 at JW Marriott Marquis Dubai.
The Dubai ballroom will be transformed into a big top and Dubai TV presenter Tom Urquhart will turn ringmaster for the evening, as he returns to host the glamorous Awards for the ninth edition.
More than 800 hoteliers, including 95 shortlisted nominees and their colleagues, will attend the Awards ceremony to see the winners of these prestigious gongs take their titles.
They will be treated to a night at the circus, with the entire evening, from arrival to after party, themed around circus entertainment and memorabilia.
Acrobats, jugglers, trapeze artists, flame throwers and aerialists will entertain guests.
After the Awards themselves, guests will be invited to join the Hotelier team at a special after-party.
Nominations for the Hotelier Middle East Awards are open now at HotelierMiddleEast.com
For a full guide to nominating please visit HotelierMiddleEast.com or email louise.oakley@itp.com
The deadline for nominations is Thursday 22 August 2013.
To book your table for the Hotelier Middle East Awards 2013 Circus Spectacular, please email michelle.meyrick@itp.com
To sponsor one of the 19 Award categories, contact Diarmuid.Omalley@itp.com

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