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Pacific Resort Hotel Group finalists for Best Hotel Group

Pacific Resort Hotel Group finalists for Best Hotel Group…

Pacific Resort Hotel Group (PRHG) in the Cook Islands is a finalist for the Best Hotel/Resort Group at the 2012 New Zealand Travel Industry Awards along side top international hotel groups Club Med, Accor hotels, Starwood Hotels and Hilton Hotels & Resorts.

The New Zealand Travel Industry Awards 2012 will celebrate and honour the exceptional people and businesses in the New Zealand travel industry. The Awards will provide recognition for individuals and businesses that excel in customer service and develop innovative ways to stand out from the crowd.
Pacific Resort Hotel Group properties Pacific Resort Rarotonga and Pacific Resort Aitutaki are also up for their own awards in the Best International Hotel / Resort category. Other hotels competing in this category include Hilton Bora Bora Nui (Tahiti), Burj Al Arab (Dubai) and the Intercontinental Hotel & Resort (Fiji).

CEO Adrian Caruso's vision for the New Zealand Travel Industry Awards is they will act as a development opportunity for skills and professionalism, and play an integral role in encouraging and rewarding excellence, innovation and commitment in the industry. It is the winning combination of passionate employees that go the extra mile to exceed customer expectations, company philosophy, values and culture, creativity and innovation in business practices and marketing campaigns, and operating in a sustainable, socially responsible way.

Pacific Resort Hotel Group would like to express their appreciation to the New Zealand travel industry for voting them through to the finals and are very grateful to be recognised as a business that focuses on innovation and commitment to the industry.

People from all areas of the industry, from travel agencies and brokers, to tour and cruise operators, airlines, travel media, hotels and suppliers, will gather together at the New Zealand Travel Industry Awards Gala Dinner on Saturday 8th September 2012 at The Langham Hotel, Auckland, New Zealand.

Other awards picked up in recent years by Pacific Resort Hotel Group properties include the prestigious World Travel Awards. Pacific Resort Aitutaki was awarded “World’s Leading Boutique Island Resort” for four consecutive years and
Te Manava Luxury Villas & Spa was awarded “World’s Leading Island Villas” for two consecutive years.

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