QHotels were recognised last night at the Meetings &
Incentive Travel (M&IT) Awards, one of the events industry's
most important calendar dates.
A legacy of the 2014 Ryder Cup, the Scottish Apprenticeship
in Hospitality is an industry-led partnership between Diageo - the
world's leading premium drinks business - and some of Scotland's
leading hotels: The Gleneagles hotel, Cameron House, The
Blythswood, The Bonham and Apex Hotels - as well as training
partners Skills Development Scotland, Training Matters, and
Hospitality Industry Trust Scotland.
QHotels are celebrating being shortlisted in the Meetings &
Incentive Travel (M&IT) Industry Awards. The events
industry's biggest awards ceremony hosts the only independently
verified and audited event industry awards programme, with
companies shortlisted based on customer votes.
Mottram Hall, one of QHotels' 27 luxury and unique hotels, has
seen a surge in sales and bookings since the venue was used as a
location in the new ITV Be reality series, The Real Housewives of
How do you truly test customer satisfaction in your hotels?
Award-winning hotel group QHotels has installed a Guest Mood
Monitor, placed on reception at two of the hotel group's hotels,
Norton Park, in Winchester and The Westerwood Hotel & Golf
Resort near Glasgow, to measure how guests are feeling when they
check in and out of the hotel.
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