By James Wilkinson
Melbourne’s Crown Promenade Hotel has taken out the deluxe accommodation category for the third consecutive year at the 2008 Victorian Tourism Awards and has consequently been inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Crown Promenade Hotel, Melbourne
“We are absolutely thrilled to be inducted into the Hall of Fame and we appreciate the recognition from the industry and our peers,” said Crown Promenade Hotel general manager, Greg Moore.
“We are especially grateful to our clients and guests who repeatedly return to our hotel and to our team who maintain a high level of enthusiasm and passion for hospitality.”
Crown Promenade has become only the eighth hotel to enter the Victorian Tourism Awards Hall of Fame since 1995 and joins sister property Crown Towers on the prestigious list.
The popular MICE hotel is now eligible to win the national award for deluxe accommodation to be announced at the Australian Tourism Awards in Melbourne next year.
“It is an honour to be recognised for our ongoing commitment and dedication to promote tourism at both local and international levels,” said Crown Hotels executive general manager, Peter Crinis.
“Crown Promenade Hotel is in a dynamic location and boasts an extensive range of facilities and services that create unique experiences for our guests.”