Hotel wins coveted award for the sixth consecutive year
Royal Plaza on Scotts (RP) continues to raise the bar in the travel and hospitality industry as it is once again voted as ¡°Best Independent Hotel¡± at the prestigious 23rd TTG Travel Awards 2012.
This accolade marks the sixth consecutive year that RP has been honoured by TTG for its exemplary service and dedication in delivering the best services and facilities. RP takes into consideration guest feedback and refreshes its products to include the best range of value-added benefits. The adept sales team also continually creates extraordinary experiences for customers through innovative ideas and servicing.
Winners of various award categories emerged after votes were cast by a panel of judges compromising of Asia-Pacific¡¯s most prominent travel suppliers and TTG readers across the region.
Mr Patrick Fiat, General Manager of RP, said ¡°It is a great honour to be selected as the best by professionals in the industry for the sixth time. We will continue to give our best and meet the evolving needs of our guests.¡±
When asked about the recipe to outshining ourselves year after year, Mr Fiat shared that it is the passion and genuine warmth of the staff that distinctly differentiates the class of service delivered to guests.
¡°We are pleased to share the success with all our employees, business partners and guests who have supported us through the years. It has been a rewarding year and we extend our heartfelt appreciation to everyone who has been a part of it,¡± added Mr Fiat.
Monday, October 08, 2012
Royal Plaza on Scotts, 'Best Independent Hotel' again in TTG Travel Awards
Source = Royal Plaza on Scotts
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