Hyatt earns top honors in 2010 Executive Travel Magazine’s Leading Edge Awards readers' survey
Wednesday 23, June 2010
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts has been recognized for excellence in the travel business after receiving top honors in five categories from the 2010 Executive Travel Magazine’s Leading Edge Awards readers’ survey.
Hyatt received three gold honors and two silver honors in the following categories:
“It is a great achievement for Hyatt to be recognized by the readers of Executive Travel Magazine since we strive to be the preferred hotel brand of business travelers,” said Sara Kearney, senior vice president of brands, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts. “We believe that our Hyatt Gold Passport frequent-guest program, our meeting and convention capabilities, and our new ‘meet and be green’ sustainability plan help create the authentic hospitality that defines Hyatt as a leader in hospitality service.”
In its eighth year, the Leading Edge Awards readers’ survey recognizes companies that deliver excellence in the business travel industry. Winning hotels were selected based on their dedication to customer service and the quality of their accommodations for the business traveler.
“It’s quite fitting that Hyatt Hotels & Resorts was ranked by our readers as the best hotel chain, amongst many other honors, as the company has consistently provided value to customers, despite the challenges the industry faces today,” said Janet Libert, editor-in-chief, Executive Travel Magazine. “With our Executive Travel readers averaging over 100 nights in a hotel annually, they’ve recognized Hyatt Hotels & Resorts as a customer-centric company that delivers high-quality and enjoyable business travel experiences.”
Winners of all 42 travel categories will be featured in the July/August issue of Executive Travel and online at www.ExecutiveTravelMagazine.com.
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