Hilton Brussels City Triumphs at World Travel Awards in Europe 2015
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Hilton Brussels City Triumphs at World Travel Awards in Europe 2015

Hilton Brussels City won “Belgium’s Leading Business Hotel 2015” at the prestigious World Travel Awards 2015, which is recognised by many in the industry as the ultimate hallmark of quality. At the Europe Gala Ceremony, which took place in Forte Village Resort, Sardinia, on Saturday 5 September, Hilton Brussels City, situated on Place Charles Rogier, soon to become “new hub” of Brussels, was one of 21 Hilton Worldwide properties to receive an award, as voted for by travel agents worldwide. Hilton Worldwide’s flagship brand, Hilton Hotels & Resorts was also awarded Europe’s Leading Hotel Brand for the second consecutive year, reflecting its presence in 76 countries and territories across the region.

Mr Vieri Biticchi, general manager, Hilton Brussels City, said, “It is an honour for Hilton Brussels City to be recognized at the World Travel Awards 2015 as ‘Belgium’s Leading Business Hotel 2015’. This accolade is not only a reflection of the hotel’s exceptional facilities, but more importantly of our team’s dedication to providing guests with Hilton’s world-renowned hospitality.”

The prestigious World Travel Awards have been recognising organisations delivering outstanding customer experience in travel and tourism for more than 20 years. They have become a key global institution of the industry, stimulating competition and innovation among operators, as well as providing a helpful testimonial for quality to travellers worldwide.

The Brussels Times

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