Hector Cave House is a Travel & Hospitality Awards Winner for 2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 15/06/2022
Travel & Hospitality Awards
15/06/2022: The Travel & Hospitality Awards is proud to announce that Hector Cave House has been awarded in its 2022 European Travel Awards programme.
While this year has been the toughest the travel industry has ever faced, we endeavour to recognise those who deserve praise and to promote the hard work of tenacious travel businesses. Recipients of Travel & Hospitality awards in 2022 were scrupulously selected based on the aggregation of reviews from multiple third-party sources. Selected by a panel of experts who analyse submission material, review customer feedback and compare the facilities of each entrant. Our winners are those who can demonstrate their uniqueness, quality of services and facilities and exceptional levels of customer care across a number of categories.
In this extraordinary year of the awards over 22,000 nominations were received for this years programme, and the standard of entries was incredibly high. The judging panel had great difficulty in narrowing down the entries but the winners reflect the very best in travel and hospitality standards. The team at Travel & Hospitality Awards, said: “We were overwhelmed by the quality of entries this year. We hope this guide will be a useful tool for discerning travellers planning their next luxury getaway. Congratulations once again to all our winners.”
The full list of winners will be included in the annual awards publication that will be available for digital download in July. To receive this publication, you are encouraged to join the mailing list to be notified upon its release.
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About the Company: THE TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY AWARDS is an annual celebration of excellence across all sectors of travel. The independent awards programme is an annual celebration of excellence for the best hotels, spas, restaurants and tour operators.
About Hector Cave House: Hector Cave House, carved into the unique caldera cliff for more than 250 years, was originally used as a wine cellar.
In 2013 it became a family owned complex of three different properties that opened its doors to share its unique character to travelers from around the world.
Stanley Lucas | Public Relations
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