The Red Carnation Hotel Collection has revealed that 12 of its properties have been inducted into TripAdvisor’s inaugural Hall of Fame, a higher proportion than any other UK hotel group.
TripAdvisor’s Certificates of Excellence Awards recognises businesses that have earned a Certificate of Excellence for five consecutive years.
With the release this week of the Certificates of Excellence, Red Carnation sees 12 of its 17-strong collection reach the Hall of Fame, which consists of only two percent of businesses on TripAdvisor.
The Red Carnation Hotels that have been received the Hall of Fame accolade consist of The Milestone Hotel; Summer Lodge Country House Hotel, Restaurant and Spa; Ashford Castle; Hotel d’Angleterre; The Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa; The Oyster Box Hotel and Spa; Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve & Wellness Retreat; The Montague on the Gardens; The Rubens at the Palace; The Duke of Richmond; The Chesterfield Palm Beach and The Acorn Inn.
Commenting on the achievement, Jonathan Raggett, MD of Red Carnation Hotels said:
“Red Carnation Hotels [is] thrilled to have so many of our properties welcomed into TripAdvisor’s inaugural Hall of Fame… We are firm believers in the transparency of online guest reviews, which challenges us every day to deliver exceptional service and incredible guest experiences. These awards are a great source of pride for the entire team at Red Carnation Hotels and we would like to thank all of our guests who have taken the time to complete a review on TripAdvisor.”