Friday, March 20, 2015

Lotte Hotel Moscow Wins Prestigious Conde Nast Traveller Award For The 2nd Time

Lotte Hotel Moscow has won The Best City Hotel in Russia 2014 award by the luxury travel magazine Conde Nast Traveller, the most prestigious and exceptional accolade in the travel industry.
This is the third consecutive year that Lotte Hotel Moscow has been presented with the Conde Nast Traveller Readers’ Choice award. Last year, MEGU restaurant was bestowed as The Best Hotel Restaurant and the hotel was granted The Best Hotel Award in 2013.
Conde Nast Traveller, the top world travel magazine, has been giving out the award for more than 10 years, and it is the most influential one in the travel industry. Readers of the magazine vote for the world’s leading hotels, destinations, airlines and restaurants each year.
This award is just the latest impressive achievement to add to the collection of awards and accolades won by the hotel. To name just a few, this year the hotel has been ranked #5 among the Top Luxury hotels in Europe and #1 in the “Top Hotels,” “Best Service,”, and “Top Luxury Hotels” categories of the 2015 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice™ awards. Last year, the hotel was named the Best Hotel in Europe by the famous French Prix Villégiature Awards.
"We are extremely honored to receive the award for the third consecutive year. This outstanding achievement would not have been possible without the tremendous efforts of our employees. We have committed to providing service of the highest standards to our guests. This award is excellent proof that our intention has been well appreciated,” General Manager of the hotel Morten Andersen said during the ceremony.
Lotte Hotels & Resorts is Korea's largest luxury hotel group with domestic chain hotels in downtown Seoul (Sogongdong, Jamsil), Busan, Ulsan, Jeju; premium upscale hotels in Mapo, Gimpo Airport, Jeju, Daejeon and Guro; and a resort in Jeju. Internationally, it also operates hotels in Moscow, Ho Chi Minh City, Tashkent, Guam and Hanoi. Lotte Hotels & Resorts plans to manage more than 40 hotels across the globe by 2018, having set a goal to become one of the top-three brands in Asia. Lotte Hotels & Resorts grew alongside the development of Korea's tourism industry, continuing the heritage of Bando Hotel, Korea's very first commercial hotel established in 1936. Founded on 79 years of hospitality service, Lotte Hotels & Resorts has positioned itself as the mecca of Korea's hospitality industry.
Lotte Hotel Moscow wins prestigious Conde Nast Traveller Award for the 2nd time
Morten Andersen, GM Lotte Hotel, Moscow, Russia

The company, founded in 1973, opened its first hotel, Lotte Hotel Seoul, in 1979, and followed with the opening of Lotte Hotel World, Lotte Hotel Busan, Lotte Hotel Jeju, and Lotte Hotel Ulsan. Lotte Hotels & Resorts now operates luxury hotels in major cities across the nation, having transformed into a leading domestic hotel business. The company also made forays into new business, such as upscale hotels and resorts. Its first upscale hotel, Lotte City Hotel Mapo, opened in 2009 and was followed by Lotte City Hotel Gimpo Airport, Lotte City Hotel Jeju, Lotte City Hotel Daejeon and Lotte City Hotel Guro. Lotte Jeju Resort (Art Villas), a special resort which offers the peace of mind that can only be found on Jeju Island, opened its doors in 2012.
Lotte Hotel Moscow is the first overseas hotel of a domestic hotel brand. In 2013, Lotte Hotels& Resorts acquired Lotte Legend Hotel Saigon, making it the company's second overseas hotel. In the same year, it opened Lotte City Hotel Tashkent Palace, the first overseas upscale hotel. In 2014, the company opened Lotte Hotel Guam and Lotte Hotel Hanoi. Lotte Hotels & Resorts is without a doubt Korea's largest hotel group and is now taking the next step to become a leading global hotel representative of Korea. Lotte City Hotels in Ulsan, Janggyo and Myeongdong will open in 2015, and new 6-star luxury hotels are scheduled in Jamsil Lotte World Tower and Busan Lotte Town, plus Shenyang and Yentai, China and Myanmar by 2017. The company aims to become one of the top 3 hotel brands in Asia by 2018 and plans to operate 40 more hotels.
The luxurious Lotte Hotel Moscow, situated in the very center of Moscow on Novinsky Boulevard, opened its doors in September 2010. The hotel offers guests 300 spacious rooms and suites, the largest Royal Suite on the continent and two decadent restaurants – Les Menus, a French cuisine restaurant by Michelin three-star Chef Pierre Gagnaire, and MEGU, a modern Japanese restaurant, part of the famous New York MEGU brand.
Lotte Hotel Moscow also boasts six conference halls suitable for business banquets and events of various sizes, an innovative Club Floor, a three-level underground parking area and a state-of-the-art fitness center with a swimming pool. The world-famous Mandara Spa offers the perfect blend of ancient traditional Balinese spa rituals and the latest innovations of the Elemis and Bellefontaine cosmetic products. The hotel also offers a wide range of premier services to meet the wishes of the most demanding guests.

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