Sheraton picks up hospitality gongs
SHERATON Grand Mirage Resort Port Douglas won two awards at the 2017 QHA Awards hosted in Brisbane.
Following the $43 million refurbishment in 2016, Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort Port Douglas received two QHA awards for the Best Redeveloped Accommodation Hotel/Resort and the Best Meetings & Events Venue.
The Resort was also a finalist in Best Deluxe Accommodation and Outstanding Community Service & Achievement 100+ Employees categories.
Winners of the QHA Awards for Excellence were announced at a gala dinner and presentation evening at the Brisbane Conference and Exhibition Centre.
Venues from Mt Isa to Coolangatta, and all locations in between, featured among the finalists of this year’s award for Excellence, spanning 39 Excellence categories.
The QHA Awards acknowledged the important role hotels play within Queensland, providing employment opportunities, supporting community focus and contributing to the State’s thriving tourism economy.
Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort Port Douglas General Manager Steve Molnar said, “All thanks go to all team members for their continuous commitment and efforts; it is a testament to great work and the associates that go beyond each day and throughout the past year.”
The Sheraton has 295 newly transformed luxury rooms and suites and 100 villas.
Steve Molnar, general manager of the Sheraton Grand Mirage