Grand Hyatt Melbourne awarded Outstanding Achievement in Training
Grand Hyatt Melbourne is thrilled to have been awarded Outstanding Achievement in Training at the 2018 Australian Hotels Association National Awards for Excellence announced last night, Monday 17th September, at the highly celebrated industry awards on the Gold Coast.
The AHA Awards for Excellence showcases the achievements of world class hotels in metropolitan and regional Australia and recognises the variety and quality, along with the service excellence demonstrated by deserving staff members.
Grand Hyatt Melbourne was also a finalist in four other award categories including Best Deluxe Accommodation, Front of House Employee of the Year – Accommodation Division, Hotel Industry Rising Star of the Year, and Overall Hotel of the Year – Accommodation Division.
“We are incredibly proud to have won the national award for Outstanding Achievement in Training.” said Ilan Weill, General Manager. “Our colleagues are the driving force behind our achievements and I am very proud of them. This recognition demonstrates our commitment to our employees’ career growth and recognises our focus on training and development”.
As an iconic Melbourne property and a world-class hospitality provider, Grand Hyatt Melbourne continues to achieve high praise, placing itself among Australia’s group of elite hotels.
About Grand Hyatt Melbourne
Perfectly poised on the Paris end of Collins Street, Grand Hyatt Melbourne is the city’s centre of luxury. Located in the heart of the CBD, its landmark gold building is surrounded by Melbourne’s world-famous shopping, dining and theatre scene. The hotel offers an unrivalled experience including: 550 guest rooms, spectacular upper and lower lobbies, an exclusive Grand Club Lounge, its award-winning restaurant Collins Kitchen, its own laneway cocktail bar Ru-Co Bar, City Club – the largest hotel gym in the southern hemisphere as well as “the residence” – an innovative premium event venue. Grand Hyatt Melbourne continues to be recognised as one of the city’s most superior five-star hotels, an iconic Melbourne property and a world-class hospitality provider.
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