Sunday, August 16, 2009
Q STATION wins Mice Hotel Award at the HM Magazine Hotel & Accommodation Excellence Awards 2009
On Friday 14th August, Sydney's premier retreat Q Station was awarded the annual Mice Hotel Award (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) at the HM Magazine Hotel & Accommodation Excellence Awards 2009, for hotel and accommodation excellence.
Q Station was also highly commended in the Unique Accommodation and Accommodation under 4.5 star category.
"The work and dedication of the Q Station team is demonstrated in winning this award today," says Brendan Millet, GM of Q Station who accepted the Award. "Q Station is a unique site on Sydney Harbour and everyone has worked very hard to deliver high quality service and professionalism and it is so obviously recognized by our customers and our industry."
Hosted and presented by leading industry magazine HM - Hotel & Accommodation Management, the awards are the highest recognition for the accommodation industry, applauding excellence over a range of categories, from people and departments to properties and chains.
In its breathtaking position at North Head in the natural setting of Sydney Harbour National Park, the former Quarantine Station has been beautifully restored as a unique and culturally significant hotel and conference facility with sweeping views that have been enhanced with modern conveniences. Q Station has delivered over 360 conference and meetings since opening in April 2008, with a high proportion of repeat bookings.
Set in tranquil and inspiring venues on a significant national heritage site, Q Station's conference rooms contrast the restoration of the original historic buildings balancing demands of conservation and comfort with modern conveniences.
Call Q Station for further information on 02 9466 1500 or visit the website www.qstation.com.au.
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