We called and you answered in your hundreds of thousands to vote for the best of the best for the inaugural Food and Travel Awards. So a big thank you to all those who helped make it happen.
From the initial call for nominations back in February to the announcement of the country winners, its been a journey of epic proportions. The constant need to strive for excellence is the key to success; especially in such a service-based industry.
The results are the culmination of over a year’s hard work by the team at Food and Travel and our expert panellists, ensuring the Food & Travel Awards genuinely reflect not only public opinion Awards (over 263,000 votes cast) but expert judgement too; a testament to the depth and quality of the region’s flourishing hospitality industry, confirming the GCC’s place on the culinary and tourism map.
See who took the accolades in Dubai below
|Best 5 Star Hotel
|Best City Hotel
JW Marriott Marquis
|Best Resort Hotel
Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf at Madinat Jumeirah
|Best Destination Hotel
Armani Hotel Dubai
|Best City Bolt Hole
The H Dubai
Tong Thai (JW Marriott Marquis)
Al Nafoorah (Jumeirah Zabeel Saray)
Reflets by Pierre Gagnaire (InterContinental Dubai Festival City)
Rhodes W1 (The Grosvenor House Dubai)
Jean-Georges Dubai (Four Seasons Resort)
Pierchic (Madinat Jumeirah)
Zheng He’s (Mina A’Salam, Madinat Jumeirah)
Rang Mahal (JW Marriott Marquis)
Junoon (Shangri-La Dubai)
Delphine (The H Hotel)
|All Day Casual
Fortnum & Mason
The Ivy Dubai (The Boulevard, Jumeirah Emirates Towers)
|Steakhouse & Grill
The Rib Room (Jumeirah Emirates Towers)
Vivaldi by Alfredo Russo (Sheraton Dubai Creek)
Social by Heinz Beck (Waldorf Astoria Dubai)
And don’t forget to look out for the overall ‘Best of the Best’ at Food & Travel GCC Awards Ceremony at the Ritz-Carlton Bahrain on February 29th.
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