Nominations open: Hotelier Middle East Awards 2014

Awards seeking best industry players for tenth year running

The nominations are now open for the Hotelier Awards 2014.
The nominations are now open for the Hotelier Awards 2014.

Nominations for the Hotelier Middle East Awards 2014 are now open online at

Now in its tenth year, the Hotelier Middle East Awards seeks to recognise hotel professionals with a record of outstanding performance and an unmatched talent for hospitality.

The Awards comprise 19 categories covering a range of front and back of house roles and are open to hoteliers working in all types of hotels across the Middle East — from budget to luxury.

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The winners of the 2014 awards will be announced at a glamorous ceremony at JW Marriott Marquis Dubai on October 29.

Following last year’s circus themed event, the tenth award ceremony promises to be better than ever, with this year’s theme to be announced shortly.

Award categories will include Hotel Team of the Year, Hotelier’s Unsung Hero, and back for a second year, Young Hotelier of the Year, which was introduced at the 2013 Awards.

The nomination deadline is Saturday August 31, 2014. Entries will then be shortlisted by the ITP hospitality group before a shortlist of five individuals per category is presented to an independent panel of judges.

Nominations must be made using the form provided online and they should be submitted by a hotel colleague or manager.

To read more about the Hotelier Middle East Awards 2012 and see the list of categories, click here.

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