Haute Grandeur Ho­tels

The orig­i­nal, trans­par­ent and un­bi­ased Haute Grandeur Awards just wrapped up in Thai­land and, as one of its found­ing spon­sors, we wanted to shed some light on a few of our favourite win­ners.

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With 105 del­e­gates at­tend­ing the black-tie event at the Sof­i­tel Bangkok Sukhumvit in Thai­land last Oc­to­ber, the 2017 in­stal­ment of the Haute Grandeur Awards demon­strated in­creas­ing am­bi­tion for the plat­form, not just be­cause 522 prizes were pre­sented but be­cause the or­gan­is­ers thought fit to ex­pand the scope this time around with a sec­ond cat­e­gory for spas, and even a third for restau­rants – due to kick off in 2018. “A Haute Grandeur Award is a guar­an­teed golden stamp of ex­cel­lence, and pow­er­ful in its abil­ity to am­plify mar­ket­ing, guest per­cep­tion and rev­enue,” said the Founder and Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor of Haute Grandeur, Marinique de Wet, whose com­pany pi­o­neered this uniquely un­prej­u­diced sys­tem, which re­lies ex­clu­sively on the feed­back of pay­ing cus­tomers, rather than a quan­tity of votes by the gen­eral pub­lic or judges. The high­light of the evening was the an­nounce­ment of the over­all win­ner – the Rose­wood Beijing, which de Wet de­scribed as “de­serv­ing of this cov­eted award in ev­ery way, as it is an ex­quis­ite estab­lish­ment, renowned for its pas­sion and com­mit­ment to im­pec­ca­ble ser­vice, and this was demon­strated by the high cus­tomer rat­ing score it re­ceived this year.” Of course, there were many other wor­thy win­ners too, and for those in­ter­ested in dis­cov­er­ing who they were then there’s a full list­ing avail­able at www.haute­grandeur.com.

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