More than half of portfolio win prestigious award given by world’s largest travel review site
SINGAPORE – Oakwood® Asia Pacific Ltd., a member of Oakwood Worldwide, the global leader in furnished and serviced apartment solutions, announced that 12 properties have been honored with TripAdvisor’s 2017 Cerificate of Excellence Award.
This is the 7th year TripAdvisor has been giving out these prestigious Certificate of Excellence designation, which celebrates establishments that consistently achieve glowing reviews on TripAdvisor over the past year.
The 12 Oakwood Properties awarded TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2017 are:
- Oakwood Premier Cozmo Jarkarta
- Oakwood Premier Joy Nostalg Center Manila (5th year)
These 12 properties translate into 63% of the Oakwood-branded portfolio of properties listed on the site and eligible for recognition.
The Certificate of Excellence is based on the quality, quantity and recency of reviews submitted by travelers on TripAdvisor over a 12-month period.
“This recognition helps travelers identify and book properties that regularly deliver great service. TripAdvisor is proud to play this integral role in helping travelers feel more confident in their booking decisions,” says Vice President of Industry Marketing, Heather Leisman.
“We manage the finest serviced apartments for business and leisure travelers and are gratified that our customers feel the same way,” said Dean Schreiber, managing director of Oakwood Asia Pacific Ltd. “Having more than half of our properties win this TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award is a great honor. There is no greater seal of approval than being publicly recognised by one’s customers. Such appreciation inspires us and pushes us to continue our commitment to greater excellence.”
In addition, Oakwood Premier Incheon and Oakwood Premier Coex Center Seoul were winners in the Travelers’ Choice 2017 awards. As explained on the website, “This award is our highest recognition and is presented annually to the top 1% of businesses across select categories” in this case, hotels.