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Company Announcement - Tsogo Sun received the coveted ‘Best Hotel Group’ title at the annual Business Traveller Awards, for the second year running! Once again, the business travel community recognised Tsogo Sun as their preferred travel partner. Future Group, the publishers of Business Traveller Africa magazine, in association with headline sponsor Gautrain, research partner TNS, and corporate partners Bidvest Bank, Carlson Rezidor, ExecuJet, Hotel Verde and Travelport, hosted the awards event in September in Johannesburg.
Held annually, these awards are an exclusive tribute recognising winners that have taken extra steps to distinguish themselves through adherence to the highest standards of quality and service. The winners were selected from votes cast by travel buyers, a large number of travel agents, actual business travellers, professional conference organisers, executive assistants, PAs, and suppliers in the business travel space. For the winners, this award symbolises excellence, while for travellers they provide assurance of top class quality and exceptional experiences.
Tsogo Sun is South Africa’s leading hotels, gaming and entertainment company, providing a variety of hospitality and exciting entertainment and leisure experiences. The group proudly encompasses over 90 hotels and 14 casino and entertainment destinations in South Africa, Africa and the Seychelles. Tsogo Sun hotels’ key differentiator in South Africa is their wide distribution of quality budget through to luxury hotel brands. In addition to quality product, consistent exceptional guest experience remains the focus at all Tsogo Sun hotels to differentiate in an often-commoditised industry.
Priya Naidoo, General Manager – Group Communications, attributed Tsogo Sun’s success to its world-class standards and guest relations. “This award is an impressive accolade for Tsogo Sun as we continue to pursue excellence in every facet of our signature service. We are proud and privileged to have received this recognition presented by our guests and travel trade industry players,” she said.