Red Carnation occupies top five places in TripAdvisor rankings for London hotels

03 July 2013
Red Carnation occupies top five places in TripAdvisor rankings for London hotels

The Red Carnation Hotel Collection is celebrating its domination of TripAdvisor's hotel rankings for London, by becoming the first company to take all top five places.

Meanwhile, the group's four-star hotels, the Montague on the Gardens, Bloomsbury, and the Chesterfield Mayfair, occupy fourth and fifth place respectively.

Jonathan Raggett, managing director of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection described it as a "a fantastic achievement" to dominate the TripAdvisor rankings.

"Our three London five-star hotels have consistently registered within the top three and to have two of our four-stars join them this week is a huge testament to our commitment to standards excellence and exceptional personalised service across the whole collection."

Alistair MacGregor, UK territory manager of TripAdvisor said: "Not only are Red Carnation Hotels clearly offering great experiences to their guests, but they have also taken full advantage of TripAdvisor's services for businesses, encouraging guests to share feedback and showcasing TripAdvisor reviews on their own hotels' websites. This achievement is a testimony to the great work Red Carnation Hotels is doing as a collection, and shows that through dedication and consistent excellence of service, hospitality businesses can rise to the top on TripAdvisor."

Yesterday was a double celebration for Red Carnation as its Hotel 41 was named Group Hotel of the Year at the 2013 Catey Awards.

TagsAwards and Hotels
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