Hilden were not disappointed with this years entries
The Style Awards are a celebration of all kinds of establishment. This year Hilden, part of the Vision group of companies, built upon the awards, tripling the categories on offer to give the hospitality industry even more chance to win. They reached out to rustic cottages nestled in the countryside, slick and modern city centre hotels and top of the range restaurants serving the most sumptuous food to put forward their entries and were not disappointed.
Style Award judges
Judges for the awards included: Trivago the largest hotel search and information website worldwide; Dollybakes, food blogger and recipe creator; Boutique hotelier who provide news, trends and analysis for the UK boutique hotelier industry; Vision a global textiles specialist providing for the accommodation market and DeskCentre interior designers and furniture specialists. They loved how each and every establishment made use of key trends to accentuate their own style. This year’s entries have been by far the most stylish and competitive for each of the categories involved, which has made the judge’s roles even harder.
Who are this years Style Awards winners
This year’s winners are:
- Stylish dining experience – The Fable
- Independent hotel – Northcote
- B&B/Self Catering – 23 Mayfield
This year’s prizes include: £250 to spend at www.hilden.co.uk; £250 to spend at DeskCentre; an iPad mini; plaque or trophy; online winners badge; certificate; double page spread in the Style Guide publication and free promotion on Hilden’s website, through eshots and on Hilden’s social media channels.
Download the Style Guide 2014/2015 here.
Laurie Thomas, Managing Director of Vision stated: “The Hilden Style Awards are a celebration of all kinds of establishment in the hospitality industry. We’re excited to be able to announce the winners of each category. This year really has seen such a high calibre of entries; it’s been a really tough decision for all our judges. We’d like to thank each and every establishment for entering.”