Great Hotels of the World announces winner of first MICE draw
Great Hotels of the World (http://www.ghotw.com), the London-based hotel sales and marketing alliance, has announced that Grace Lee from Carat Global Management, has won its inaugural MICE prize draw.
Grace Lee will be enjoying a luxury three-night break at the glamorous Grand Hotel Reykjavik in Iceland, with
flights included, as well as a delicious meal courtesy of the hotel’s Grand Restaurant. We look forward to hearing all about this fascinating city.
The next Great Hotels of the World MICE desk prize is a fun weekend for two in Athens – cradle
of civilisation and vibrant city of culture, nightlife and sightseeing. The lucky winner will enjoy delicious local cuisine, a wonderful year-round climate and the chance to feast their eyes upon one of the marvels of the ancient world – the Acropolis.
To be in with a chance, entrants simply have to place an enquiry at the Great Hotels of the World
Groups Desk. This will automatically enter them into the draw. There is no limit on how many times one person can enter, so each time a client submits an RFP they will also be increasing their chance to win. All RFPs submitted to Great Hotels of the World
have a guaranteed 24-hour response time and will receive the Best Available Rate.
Enquiries submitted by October 31 will automatically be entered, and the next prize will be announced
on November 4 2014.
To find out more and enter the draw, head to www.ghotw.com/venuefinder/,call +44 (02) 20 7380 3732 or email email@example.com
For media enquiries, press visits and photo please contact:
Alejandra Moreno de Tejada
e-Marketing & PR Manager
Great Hotels of the World
+44 (0) 20 7380 8590
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Great Hotels of the World (http://www.ghotw.com) provides global hotel reservation, sales and marketing services for an exclusive portfolio of primarily independent hotels and resorts worldwide. Great Hotels of the World provides a range of products, services and innovative technology solutions for over 250 hotels worldwide through trade shows, e-marketing, business travel sales, meeting and incentive sales, public relations, Meeting Forums and a private label GDS chain code (GW).
By acknowledging that each hotel’s core business is different, Great Hotels of the World helps hotels and consumers to “find their niche” by categorising member hotels into niche travel markets. Great Hotels’ dedicated programmes are aimed at the leisure, meetings and incentive and corporate markets, whilst the individual leisure collections reach precise areas of the market in which the hotel specialises in including gourmet, spa, golf, honeymoon and many more.
Membership of Great Hotels of the World is split into three tiers: the Luxury Collection, the Premium Collection and the Classic Collection and is by invitation only. Hotels must meet strict criteria before being accepted into the brand.
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