Rotana crowned ‘Best Hotel Brand in the Middle East’ at Business Traveller Middle East Awards 2018

Adding yet another accolade to its growing trophy cabinet, Rotana, one of the leading hotel management companies in the region with hotels across the Middle East, Africa and Turkey, was named the ‘Best Hotel Brand in the Middle East’ at the prestigious Business Traveller Middle East Awards 2018.

Omer Kaddouri, President & CEO and Guy Hutchinson, COO from Rotana accepted the award on behalf of the company at a glittering awards ceremony held in Dubai, UAE, on the opening day of the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2018, which is taking place until 25 April 2018 at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

“We are pleased to be named the ‘Best Hotel Brand in the Middle East’ for a second consecutive year and accept this honour on behalf of our entire team with a deep sense of gratitude and humility. Receiving this coveted recognition further strengthens our commitment to delivering genuine hospitality experiences that ensure our guests enjoy a home-from-home experience each time they step inside a Rotana property. Our dedication to creating unforgettable memories for our guests, our utmost attention to detail and intuitive service have been the key pillars of our success, and we look forward to continuously defining and building on our operations through our core values that have made Rotana the leading brand it is today,” said Guy Hutchinson, COO of Rotana.

Now in its seventh year, the ‘Business Traveller Middle East Awards’ are hosted by ‘Business Traveller’ to celebrate the region’s best companies in business travel and hospitality sectors. The awards are voted for by the magazine’s readers, with all votes, both paper and online, independently counted and cross-referenced by the awards entity’s independent official votes processing partner, Jacobsons Direct, a leading UAE-based provider of data-driven marketing solutions.

Rotana currently operates 60 properties across 13 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Turkey, and is gearing up to open nine new properties before the end of 2018, adding a further 2,315 keys to the company’s existing inventory of 16,161 rooms.

Rotana’s plans for expansion include the opening of 18 hotels in the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Oman and Iraq in the next two years