The Hotels’s classification
Hotel classifications take place every week. Each hotel is unique and answers to itself. A hotel might accumulate numerous trophies and yet, if you are not fond of its style, you may not necessarily be guaranteed to enjoy your stay. Choosing to stay in a hotel is always a question of choice according to needs, tastes, and culture. What is important is choosing thoughtfully and even sometimes seeking a second opinion.
An award therefore serves to great commercial advantage, especially when a hotel receives several. Some hotels rely on them as major assets for the marketing image of their hotel. Some clients, in turn, are proud to take to hotels that have received multiple awards; others, on the other hand, might intentionally avoid them.
You may find hotels that can afford the time to fill out award applications and even finance them, since several awards offer rewards in return. Others may focus on alternative methods of communication. Yet this doesn’t mean that their service is necessarily of lower quality. Some even attempt to remain discreet and tucked away for the convenience of their client.
The classification (found below) released by Institutional Investor was designed by clients with experience in staying in the finest hotels on the planet. You will be sure to find some excellent options.
Laurent Delporte, an editor and conference speaker, is a strategic expert in the sector of hotels. A visionary, he brings his unique look on hotels in service to the decision-makers in the industry, whether to enhance the development of new projects or strategic visions.
Laurent has visited and audited over 350 hotels across the world and also participates in mystery visits to provide quality control for the world’s finest hotels.