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Marco Polo Davao named Groups Hotel of the Year

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Wednesday, 20 August 2008

Marco Polo Davao in the Philippines has been named Hotel of the Year by Marco Polo Hotels. The award was presented to Mr. Carlos Dominguez, Chairman of the hotels owning company, and Mr. Stanley Lau, the Marco Polo Davaos General Manager, at a Gala Dinner held at the Marco Polo Shenzhen last month on the occasion of groups Annual Marketing Conference.

Each year, Marco Polo Hotels singles out properties within its portfolio that demonstrate exceptional performance in key aspects of the hospitality business. Selection of the Hotel of the Year is then made based on a balanced benchmark of achievements across many categories, including Learning & Growth programs made available to employees, the efficiency of business processes in place, guest satisfaction results, financial perspective, and new initiatives championed by the hotel.

Marco Polo Davao truly exemplifies Marco Polo Hotels brand promise the creation of value in every encounter with our guests, owners, and associates, said Mr. Steve Kleinschmidt, President of Marco Polo Hotels. This is clear not only in the hotels bottom line results, but more importantly in the unprecedented guest satisfaction scores they achieved.

Marco Polo Davao offers 245 spacious and stylishly appointed hotel rooms and suites. Overlooking the Bay of Davao, Marco Polo Davao is the citys tallest building and a well-known city landmark, just a 20-minute drive from Davao International Airport and within easy access of numerous Davao attractions.

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