Co. Limerick's Adare Manor has been named "Ireland's Leading Hotel" in the 2020 World Travel Awards.
Adare Manor CEO Colm Hannon stated, "We are truly honoured to have been voted 'Ireland's Leading Hotel' by the industry professionals and the all-important public vote at the prestigious 2020 World Travel Awards. This category is hugely competitive due to the many exceptional world-class hotels and resorts we have here in Ireland. It is with great pride that we accept this recognition on behalf of our dedicated team who strive to make quality and elegance the hallmark of every stay at the historic Adare Manor resort. The support we receive locally, nationally and internationally from our guests is hugely encouraging, and for that we are very grateful, particularly during these challenging times."
Other Award Winners In Ireland
Meanwhile, The Clarence of Dublin was named "Ireland's Leading Boutique Hotel", The Shelbourne of Dublin was named "Ireland's Leading Business Hotel", Conrad Dublin was named "Ireland's Leading Luxury Hotel", Conrad Dublin's presidential suite was named "Ireland's Leading Hotel Suite", Ireland Luxury Travel was named "Ireland's Leading Tour Operator", Discover Ireland Tours was named "Ireland's Leading Destination Management Company", Abbey Travel was named "Ireland's Leading Travel Agency", Cassidy Travel was named "Ireland's Leading Online Travel Agency", Clarity Business Travel was named "Ireland's Leading Travel Management Company", and Hertz was named "Ireland's Leading Car Rental Company".
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Additionally, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum was named "Europe's Leading Tourist Attraction", The Convention Centre Dublin was named "Europe's Leading Meetings & Conference Centre" and Jameson Distillery Bow St. was named "Europe's Leading Distillery Tour".
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