Last chance to book your table for the Hotelier Awards 2018

The awards will be held on Wednesday, October 24 at Le Méridien Dubai Hotel + Conference Centre, Dubai

Hotelier Middle East Awards 2017.
Hotelier Middle East Awards 2017.

With less than two weeks to go, The Hotelier Middle East Awards 2018 is fast approaching, with the last few seats remaining at the event, which is going to be held on Wednesday, October 24 at Le Méridien Dubai Hotel + Conference Centre, Dubai.

The event recognises the efforts of individuals and teams across the hospitality industry in the region, to push the growth of the sector. The shortlisted nominees were picked by a panel of 11 judges from the regional hospitality industry.

On the night, the winners and highly commended nominees across 18 categories will be announced, ranging from Concierge/Guest Services Person of the Year, to Executive Chef of the Year, and from GM of the Year to Hotel Team of the Year.

Table bookings are still being accepted for the event, although space is now extremely limited. To secure your place at The Hotelier Middle East Awards 2018, please contact Lacie Curtis via lacie.custis@itp.com, or book directly through the event’s microsite.

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