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HotelBrain Named ‘Europe’s Leading Hotel Management Company’ for Third Time

HotelBrain CEO Konstantinos Zikos at the World Travel Awards 2017.

HotelBrain was honored with the title of Europe’s Leading Hotel Management Company for a third year in a row at the prestigious World Travel Awards 2017, in a ceremony recently held at the Marble Hall of the Russian Museum of Ethnography in St Petersburg.

HotelBrain LogotupoHailed as the “Oscars of the travel industry”, the World Travel Awards is recognized across the globe as the ultimate travel accolade and celebrates the brands that are pushing the boundaries of industry excellence.

HotelBrain also received the award of Greece’s Leading Hotel Management Company for the third consecutive year.

Hotel Brain to host World Travel Awards 2018 in Greece

Furthermore, the company announced it will host the award ceremony of next year’s World Travel Awards in Greece.

“Being awarded as the best hotel management company for the third consecutive year by the World Travel Awards – the ‘Tourism Oscars’ – is a very important recognition and reward for us,” HotelBrain president and founder Panos Paleologos said.

“Besides our awards, we will host the 2018 World Travel Awards ceremony in Greece,” Paleologos added.

The Greek hotel management company, which currently operates 190 hotels in 10 countries, competed with other leading European hospitality companies, including Xotels, Interstate Europe Hotels & Resorts and Michels & Taylor.

HotelBrain director of sales and revenue Roula Kormpou and HotelBrain CEO Konstantinos Zikos received the WTA 2017 Awards.

Recognized internationally as the best in travel domain, the World Travel Awards ceremony is always attended by senior executives from major travel companies, operators and destinations. It is also internationally respected as providing established, top level networking opportunities, regionally and globally.

During the past year HotelBrain established a new base in London and expanded in three more countries, namely Morocco, Cyprus and Italy.


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