One month left to enter the Hotelier Middle East Awards 2018

The deadline to send through nominations is Sunday, September 2, 2018

Last year's winners.
Last year's winners.

The deadline to send through nominations for the Hotelier Middle East Awards 2018 is fast approaching; hoteliers in the Middle East & North Africa have until Sunday, September 2, 2018 to enter, and absolutely no extensions will be granted.

The ceremony — themed as ‘A Taste of India — will take place on October 24, 2018, at the Le Méridien Dubai Hotel + Conference Centre.

There are 18 categories this year, covering a wide range of hospitality job roles, and candidates from all departments are invited to submit their entries for the Young Hotelier of the Year Award if they are 30 years old or under, on the date of the ceremony (October 24). The category added this year is for Mid-Market Hotel Team of the Year.

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The Hotelier Middle East Awards 2018 are supported by platinum sponsor Emaar Hospitality Group, and category sponsors A. Ronai, Pulsar Foodstuff, San Pellegrino/Acqua Panna/Horeca Trade, OSN for Business, Jung, and Guest Supply.

To submit nominations, go to the official awards website.

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