Dublin's Hard Rock Hotel Nominated For 'Best New Hotel In Europe' Award
Dublin's Hard Rock Hotel has been nominated for the "Best New Hotel in Europe" award in the 2020 World Travel Awards.
As reported by rte.ie, Dublin's Hard Rock Hotel, which is located in Temple Bar, is the only Irish nominee in the category, which also includes the Mandarin Oriental of Lake Como, Italy, the Nobu Hotel of Barcelona, Spain, the Savoy Palace in Portugal and the Amara Hotel in Cyprus.
Hard Rock Hotel General Manager Statement
Rte.ie quotes the general manager of Dublin's Hard Rock Hotel, Sinead Derham, as saying, "At the beginning of 2020, we were so excited to open our doors as Ireland's first Hard Rock Hotel and begin to welcome guests from all over our country and all over the world. Less than a month later, we had to close again due to COVID-19, so it hasn't been the best start to launching a new hotel.
"However, when our doors have been open, the feedback from guests has been just fantastic - from the incredible music themed interiors and high spec finish throughout to the extensive art and memorabilia collection, and our Peruvian inspired bar and restaurant, Zampas.
"This award nomination is not only a testament to what is a wonderful and unique hotel product, but it also recognises the resilient team we have working here who bring the hotel to life every day with their energy, personalities and the highest level of customer care."
Winner Announcement Date
The winner of the title of "Best New Hotel in Europe" will be announced by World Travel Awards 2020 judges on November 2.
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