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Jet Park Hotel Wins Supreme Award

Jet Park Hotel Wins Supreme Award at Hospitality Association NZ Awards 2014!

The Hospitality Association of New Zealand 2014 winners were announced at the Lion black tie Awards for Excellence dinner, held at the Energy Events Centre in Rotorua on Thursday 18th September.

Jet Park Airport Hotel and Conference Centre, based near Auckland Airport won the SUPREME AWARD 2014. They also won the Best Environmental, Sustainable and Ethical Practice Award and Excellence in Training and Staff Development Award.

The hotel was also a finalist in the award for Best Accommodation Hotel, Excellence in Marketing, and Excellence in Customer Service.

Jeeva Jeeva-Nanthan, General Manager for the hotel has commented, "We continue to get more accolades and the words “deserving” and “world class” seem to be repeated. Our success is the strength of our collective intelligence and the planning we do to get to our goals. The plan includes our staff to a very, very high degree and we are very thankful for the efforts all our team members contribute."


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