C&IT unveils 2011 Hot List

C&IT unveiled the 2011 Hot List, which celebrates the best UK and overseas venues, destinations and suppliers in the events industry, at Kempinski's The Stafford London hotel yesterday.

C&IT unveils 2011 Hot List
C&IT unveils 2011 Hot List

London topped the Best Conference Destination category, while New York was voted Best Incentive Destination by C&IT’s readers in the poll.

 Other winners included Celtic Manor, voted Best UK Conference Hotel and British Airways, which was named Best Transport Provider.

 The full set of results is below, and will also be published in the October issue of C&IT.

See photos of the C&IT Hot List 2011 event.

 

Hot List 2011 – winners


Best Conference Destination
Gold - London
Silver - Barcelona
Bronze -  Berlin

Best Incentive Destination
Gold - New York
Silver - London
Bronze – Cape Town

Best UK Conference Hotel
Gold – Celtic Manor, Wales
Silver – The Savoy, London
Bronze – The Grove, Herts

Best Overseas Conference Hotel
Gold – Hotels Arts Barcelona
Silver – W Barcelona
Bronze – Fairmont Plaza, New York

 Best UK Incentive Hotel
Gold - Chewton Glen, Hampshire
Silver – Gleneagles, Scotland
Bronze - Coworth Park, Berkshire

Best Overseas Incentive Hotel

Gold – Bellagio, Las Vegas
Silver – W Barcelona
Bronze – Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai

Best Conference Centre

Gold – ICC London Excel
Silver – ICC Birmingham
Bronze -  ACC Liverpool

Best Unusual Events Venue

Gold – Altitude London
Silver – Tower of London
Bronze – Wellington Arch, London

Best DMC

Gold – Cititravel
Silver – Spectra
Bronze – Destination Asia

Best Venue For Sustainability
Gold – ICC London Excel
Silver – Chewton Glen, Hampshire
Bronze - Coworth Park, Berkshire

Best Transport Provider
Gold – British Airways
Silver – Virgin Atlantic
Bronze - Emirates

Favourite Hotel Chain
Gold - Hilton
Silver – Marriott International
Bronze - Four Seasons

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