Seats for the Hotelier Middle East Awards 2018 are now officially sold out!

With just around a week to go for the regional hospitality industry's most anticipated annual event, seats are completely sold out

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Seats at the Hoterlier Middle East Awards (Hotelier Awards) 2018 are now officially sold out with over 400 guests in attendance.

The gala event will be taking place at the Le Meridien Dubai Hotel and Conference Centre in Dubai on Wednesday October 24, with doors opening at 7pm.

Earlier this month, Hotelier Middle East announced the full shortlist for the awards programme, selected by a panel of judges including hospitality professionals and academics.

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For those who are not attending the event, the Hotelier Awards will be live streamed on the Hotelier Middle East Facebook page, so tune in to watch the programme and celebrate the winners.

For further inquiries, please contact teri.dunstan@itp.com or lacie.curtis@itp.com.

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