: Action Hotels, the leading owner, developer and asset manager of branded three and four-star hotels in the Middle East and Australia, is pleased to announce that ibis Styles Brisbane Elizabeth Street has won a “Best Economy Hotel” award at the 2016 HM Awards.
The Hotel Management Awards have recognised the accommodation industry’s finest properties across Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific for fourteen years. Over seven hundred guests were present to watch Action Hotels accept the prestigious award.
Action Hotels’ key focus is to introduce quality branded accommodation at exceptional value in convenient locations across the Middle East and Australia. HM Magazine described Ibis Styles Brisbane as a “prime example of how new-build hotels can thrive and tap into the modern day economy traveller”. The hotel is situated in the heart of the city and features uninterrupted views of Brisbane River and the South Bank cultural precinct, which is home to an authentic contemporary art and urban food scene. The hotel features the lively colours and upbeat furnishings associated with the ibis Styles chain and a communal style bar and restaurant, The Social, which seamlessly combines business with pleasure.
Each of the winning hotel’s 367 rooms blend comfort, connectivity and style at reasonable prices. A wide range of amenities including Smart TVs, media panels in the rooms, a 24 hour reception and Wi-Fi connectivity throughout are offered to ensure guests experience true comfort with complete ease.
Established in 2005, Action Hotels currently operates eleven hotels with over 2,000 rooms across 9 brands in the Middle East and Australia, with a pipeline of new properties in development in both regions.
Alain Debare, Chief Executive Officer of Action Hotels said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been named Best Economy Hotel of 2016 and recognised internationally as a leading presence in the hotel industry. This fantastic award pays testament to both the quality of the asset and its execution in the economy segment.”