10th annual Tourism Awards
What is your favourite large hotel in Bournemouth? The competition is sure to be fierce as the best in the region are set to battle it out for best ‘Large Hotel’ at the 10th annual Bournemouth Tourism Awards. For the second year running, specialist recruitment agency, Real Recruitment Solutions, is sponsoring the category.
In summer and winter, there are always plenty of jobs in our thriving leisure and hospitality sector. It is the fourth biggest industry in the UK and accounts for 13.6 per cent of jobs in Bournemouth. The Large Hotel Award category shines the spotlight on hotels and accommodation providers that not only offer accommodation, but an entire guest experience.
Jacqueline Entwistle, managing director at Real Recruitment Solutions (pictured), said: “We are delighted to be sponsoring the Large Hotel Award category for the second year running. It is important for us as a business to recognise the hard work and dedication of the local hoteliers and the contribution they make to the economy and in making Bournemouth a premier resort.”
So tell us what your favourite overnight stay is! The Large Hotel Award category is available to hotels and accommodation providers within the boundary of Bournemouth Borough Council, which offer more than 35 bedrooms. The Awards will be presented at a ceremony on Thursday February 25 2016. For more information see tourism-awards.co.uk/bournemouth/.
With its wealth of experience, Real Recruitment Solutions offers a permanent recruitment service within the hospitality, healthcare, commercial and construction sectors throughout the UK, taking the frustration out of the recruitment process and ensuring the right staff are hired and retained for the longevity and success of a business. The company prides itself on putting people first, offering a personalised and hassle-free service, and on building close professional relationships with both candidates and clients.
Need a job? See www.realrecruitmentsolutions.co.uk or call 01202 530770.
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