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TripAdvisor ranks “most excellent” hotel chains in the world

TripAdvisor has released its list of “Most Excellent” hotel chains that receive the highest percentage of Certificates of Excellence globally.

Now in its eighth year, the Certificate of Excellence is given to accommodations, as well as other travel businesses, that deliver great service and consistently achieve high traveller reviews on TripAdvisor.

A number of hotel chains based in Asia Pacific were also recognised as the “Most Excellent” hotel chains globally.

The Indian Hotels Company (Taj and Vivanta) and Shangri-La Group came in #3 and #5 respectively under the medium chains category, whereas The Oberoi Group, Aman Group, Pan Pacific Hotels Group and Rosewood Hotels & Resorts made up the top 10 in the small chains category.

TripAdvisor determined which hotel chains had the highest percentage of Certificate of Excellence recipients across small, medium and large chain categories:

Global “Most Excellent” Large Hotel Chains (>500 properties)

1. Preferred Hotels & Resorts

2. Hyatt Hotels Corporation

3. Hilton Worldwide Holdings

4. Premier Inn

5. Marriott International

6. Best Western International

7. Radisson Hotel Group

8. La Quinta Holdings

9. InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG)

10. Travelodge Hotels Limited (UK)

Global “Most Excellent” Medium Hotel Chains (50-500 properties)

1. Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

2. Drury Hotels Company

3. The Indian Hotels Company (Taj and Vivanta)

1a. Taj Lake Palace Udaipur

4. The Leading Hotels of the World

5. Shangri-La Group

2c. Shangri-Las Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa

6. Paradores

7. Relais & Châteaux

8. Kempinski Hotels

9. H10 Hotels

10. Omni Hotels & Resorts

Global “Most Excellent” Small Hotel Chains (20-50 properties)

1. Belmond

2. The Oberoi Group

3b. The Oberoi Rajvilas

3. Loews Hotels & Co

4. Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

4c. The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

5. Jurys Inn

6. Jumeirah Group

7. Casa Andina Hoteles

8. Aman Group

5d. Amanoi

9. Pan Pacific Hotels Group

10.Rosewood Hotels & Resorts

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