Europe’s travel brands ready for awards night

World Travel Awards to be held in Antalya, Turkey

Leading travel brands and organisations in Europe are preparing for the World Travel Awards Gala Ceremony, to be hosted at Cornelia Diamond Golf Resort & Spa in Antalya, Turkey, on August 31.

Around 500 organisations from across Europe, spanning a large number of categories, have been nominated for the competition.

Some 57 countries will compete for the awards across 76 categories, including Europe’s Leading Airline, Europe’s Leading Car Hire, Europe’s Leading Hotel, Europe’s Leading Hotel Brand and Europe’s Leading Resort. The nominees have been published at

“During times of economic uncertainty world-class brands come into their own, continuing to grow market share whilst competitors flounder,” Graham E Cooke, World Travel Awards’ president and founder, said.


[pictured: Cornelia Diamond Golf Resort & Spa]


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