Only three weeks left to nominate hotel stars

Time is running out to nominate colleagues from the industry for the Hotelier Middle East Awards 2008.

Time is running out to nominate industry colleagues for the Hotelier Middle East Awards 2008.

With the October 16 deadline looming, there are only a few weeks left to make sure your nominations count.

Already this year has seen increased interest from across the industry, with many getting their nominations in early to ensure the best chance of securing an award.

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Interest levels in the gala dinner are also strong in 2008, and with only limited seating numbers available awards organisers are advising hoteliers to book early to avoid disappointment.

Every year the gala dinner is a sell-out, and this year looks like being no exception,� said Hotelier Middle East senior editor Chris Jackson.

Make sure you get your nominations in early for the awards, and be sure to book a table as soon as possible to avoid missing out.�

All the details of how to nominate colleagues and book a table  is at

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