Summer Isles hotel named as Scottish Hotel of the Year

24 April 2006
Summer Isles hotel named as Scottish Hotel of the Year

Summer Isles hotel in Achiltibuie, Ross Shire, has been named Scottish Hotel of the Year.

It was one of 21 winners named at the Scottish Hotels of the Year Awards held at the Radisson SAS in Glasgow on Sunday night (23 April).

Norman Springford from Apex Hotels won Scottish Hotelier of the Year and Costley & Costley Hoteliers championed in the Scottish Hotel Group of the Year category.

The awards, organised by hotelreviewscotland.com, covered every section of the hotel business with awards for design, housekeeping, dining, innovation and management.

Over 25,000 votes were received during the online voting and the final decisions were made by a panel of 16 judges including Marco Truffelli, CEO of visitscotland.com, and David Young, former chief hotels inspector of the AA.

Hotel Chef of the Year was awarded to Kevin MacGillivray at Ballathie House Hotel, Perthshire, whilst the Michael Caines restaurant at Abode Glasgow was named Hotel Restaurant of the Year.

Philip Mahoney from the Radisson SAS Glasgow hotel was awarded Hotel Manager of the Year.

Other award winners include:

By Alix Young

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