Hilton Pattaya recently announced that it has been named Asia’s winner at the 2013 World Travel Awards for Asia’s Leading Design Hotel. The award was presented at the 20th World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia gala ceremony at Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa in Dubai on October 1, 2013.
“This highly coveted design award is testament that Hilton Pattaya stands out as a distinctive, best in design and luxurious hotel that will excel in the keenly competitive hospitality industry in Thailand and Asia,” said Rudolf Tröstler, general manager, Hilton Pattaya. “Our team members’ commitment and dedication towards quality and memorable guest experiences are set as the highest priority and our aim is to set new benchmarks in hotel stays in the hospitality world.”
Hilton Pattaya Grand Ocean Suite.
Graham E. Cooke, president and founder, World Travel Awards said, “These are hotly contested regions for our World Travel Awards, and these winners continue to serve as an example of the most luxurious and innovative brands with unique hospitality products and services. Tonight’s recipients strive to set the highest possible bar to raise the standards of excellence in travel and tourism and it has been an honor to hold our ceremony here in Dubai, regarded as the gateway to and from the East.”
Hailed as “The Oscars of the Travel Industry,” World Travel Awards celebrates its 20th Anniversary this year and is acknowledged across the globe as the ultimate travel accolade, and aims to celebrate those brands that are pushing the boundaries of industry excellence. WTA’s global media partner network includes International Herald Tribune, TV5Monde, CNBC Arabiya, Newsweek, World Travel Channel, Outlook Traveller, Travel & Leisure China, Khaleej Times, Trade Arabia, TTN, Trav Talk India, Publituris, ABTA Magazine, ASTA Network, Breaking Travel News, eTurboNews, Travel Daily News International, Focus on Travel News, Passport Magazine and National Geographic Traveler. This global media partner network has a monthly readership of 1.7 million and a TV audience reach of 90 million.