BNBME – Holiday Homes by Hoteliers nominated for Leaders in Hospitality Award
The company is nominated for the Leading Serviced Apartment of the Year, as well as Hospitality Entrepreneur category
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 14th April 2019: BNBME - Holiday Homes by Hoteliers has been nominated as the Leading Serviced Apartment of the Year by the Leaders in Hospitality Award, which will be held at 23rd April at Sofitel the Palm. In addition, Mr. Vinayak Mahtani – CEO of BNBME has also been nominated for the Hospitality Entrepreneur category.
“We are thrilled to be nominated in two categories, given the fact that we are in our first year of operations. This is a testament of our efforts and is a reflection of our entire team’s dedication to delivering excellence across all our clients. Leaders in Hospitality Award is considered as the Oscars of the hospitality industry. It recognises innovative achievements and continual ground-breaking standards for excellence, which will be an and ultimate hallmark of quality should we win this award,” said Vinayak Mahtani of BNBME.
Leaders in Hospitality Awards celebrate the excellence and innovation from the hotel sector in the Middle East. While the award for the serviced apartment will be offered to contestants who have demonstrated innovation in customer service, amenities and products, hospitality entrepreneur award will be offered to individuals who have shown a commitment to identifying opportunities in the industry.
BNBME caters to varied guests who chose alternative vacation rental. With services such as airport pick and drop, butlers on the property, 24-hour concierge, certified nannies, personal chefs, and much more, the company ensures that guests have everything under one roof. In the first quarter of this year bnbme doubled its property portfolio and is looking to close 2019 with over 150 luxury properties in Dubai. Some of the key properties that the company manages include Penthouses in the Marina, Downtown and Villas on the Palm.
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