Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront has won Best New Hotel at the 7th Annual HM Awards Gala Dinner held on Friday 14 August 2009.
The HM Awards showcase outstanding achievements within the hospitality and tourism industry across Australia, New Zealand and some South Pacific countries and recognise people, departments, properties and chains across 40 categories in front of the industry's leading hoteliers, staff, key suppliers and dignitaries.
Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront, opened in March 2009, and is situated on the spectacular Darwin Waterfront. The 120 room hotel offers guests the chance to trade in traditional accommodation for a fresh, viberant alternative with a contemporary edge. In line with the 'Vibe' style, every aspect of Vibe Hotel Darwin has been designed to mirror a great lifestyle – the rooms are stylish, the menu in the Curve restaurant is tempting and the location provides easy access to the best that Darwin has to offer.
According to Rachel Argaman, CEO of Toga Hospitality, "We are very excited to take out the Best New Hotel Award for Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront. This Award is a testament to our team's continued commitment to delivering a consistently high level of service and fantastic facilities for our guests to enjoy."
Vibe Hotels can be found across Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin and the Gold Coast. Each hotel is an expression of the city village in which it is located and reflects the local surrounds from beach-chic to city-slick or urban-cool, allowing travellers to experience and absorb the essence of the destination.
For further details check out www.vibehotels.com.au
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
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