Blue Elephant, at the Hilton Malta, has announced that it has been recognised as a 2021 Travelers’ Choice award winner for Restaurants by Tripadvisor. The award celebrates businesses that consistently deliver fantastic experiences to diners around the globe, having earned great traveller reviews over the last 12 months.
Reacting to the news, Hilton Malta’s General Manager, Richard Cuello states, “I am immensely proud of what our team at the Blue Elephant Restaurant has managed to achieve over the last few months.”
“This past year has been a very challenging year for the industry. However, the dedication, hard-work and professionalism shown by the team at Blue Elephant has been remarkable, so much so, that it has resulted in being recognised among the top 10 per cent of restaurants worldwide on TripAdvisor,” he continued, going on to congratulate the team.
On behalf of Tripadvisor, Chief Commercial Officer Kanika Soni congratulated all the winners of the 2021 Travelers’ Choice Awards, affirming that “the past year has been extremely challenging for tourism businesses.”
“What has impressed me is how businesses adapted to these challenges, implementing new cleanliness measures, adding social distancing guidelines, and utilising technology to prioritise guest safety,” she continued, noting that “the Travelers’ Choice Awards highlight the places that are consistently excellent – delivering quality experiences time and time again even while navigating changing customer expectations and new ways of working.”
“Based on a full year of reviews from customers, this award speaks to the great service and experience you provided guests in the midst of a pandemic,” Ms Soni concluded.
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