Celtic Manor voted best hotel in UK

Guess what is the best hotel in the UK 4 years in a row? Find out by reading this article by wiltshirebusinessonline

The Celtic Manor Resort has been named the UK’s Best Hotel for the fourth year running at the prestigious Meetings & Incentive Travel Awards.

The five-star resort in South Wales retained the Gold Award by beating off strong competition from Chewton Glen in the New Forest (Silver) and London’s St Ermin’s Hotel (Bronze).

Cementing Celtic Manor’s position as the leading destination for events in the UK, the latest accolade comes at the start of a momentous year when the South Wales resort will host the 2014 NATO Summit and finalise plans to build a new international convention centre.

Voted for by more than 4,500 readers of Meetings & Incentive Travel magazine, the award was presented at a glittering gala dinner compered by TV presenter Kate Silverton at London’s Battersea Evolution last night (Tuesday 26th February).

Celtic Manor Resort Chief Operating Officer Ian Edwards said: “This is an important year for Celtic Manor and we are delighted that we can once again lay claim to being the best hotel in the UK when we welcome 60 world leaders for the NATO Summit in September.

“What is most pleasing is that this award is voted for by the industry experts who are, in effect, our clients. It is very reassuring to know that we are so highly rated for exceeding our clients’ expectations and reinforces our belief in building a new international convention centre to host much bigger and even better events here in Wales.”

With 400 bedrooms in two hotels, an additional country inn, a large and versatile convention centre, three championship golf courses, six restaurants, two luxurious spas and health clubs, The Celtic Manor Resort already occupies a unique position in the marketplace.

For more information or to book your next event at Celtic Manor, call the Events Team on 01633 410252 or visit celtic-manor.com

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