Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central earns noteworthy global distinction for second year in a rowForbes Travel Guide has unveiled its annual Star Rating List, naming Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central as a Four-Star Hotel for the second year in a row, at 2015 Star Ratings. Originally created in 1958 in the United States, the Forbes Travel Guide is recognised worldwide as America’s original hospitality star rating system and its inspectors travel the world to experience and rate the very best hotels, restaurants and spas for their readers.
Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central has the unique distinction of being the only Holiday Inn in the world to receive an official Star Rating by Forbes in 2015.
“When the hotel receives an award such as this for the second time, it is testimony to the hard work and dedication that our team members put in each and every day they come to work,” said Bede Barry, General Manager, Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central. “It also helps to further strengthen their morale and make them want to strive to be true hospitality professionals. Since the hotel first opened in 2012, our goal has always been to offer a product that was affordable, comfortable and that offered truly friendly service.”
From its modern décor and abundant dining choices, there are many attributes that make Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central stand out. The hotel features a bright, contemporary design in its 1,224 guestrooms and suites, and is part of the fully integrated resort complex of Sands® Cotai Central, which provides a broad array of business, leisure, and entertainment options to suit every type of guest, along with a diversity of choices in world-class accommodation, dining, retail, entertainment and meeting facilities.
“Our Star Ratings recognise the finest hotels, restaurants and spas in the world. These ratings serve as the most authoritative guideposts for guests seeking exceptional travel experiences. Our primary mission is to contribute to excellence in hospitality, serving the global tourism industry as well as the guest,” said Gerard J. Inzerillo, Chief Exectuive Officer of Forbes Travel Guide.