World Travel Awards

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World Travel Awards
LocationHeadquartered in London, England
CountryUnited Kingdom
First awardedEstablished 1993 (26 years ago) (1993)

The World Travel Awards were founded in 1993 and run by World Media And Events Limited. Annually, an international jury of hospitality experts and peers, mainly from the World Travel and Tourism Council, decided on awards presented to hotels and other hospitality companies.[1]

Awards are given both on a world level and international region level in a wide range of categories.[2] Categories include hotel, airline, travel agency, and car-hire company.

The World's Leading Culinary Destination, created in 2012, has been awarded to Peru every year.[3] There are hundreds of other prizes including World's Leading Low-Cost Airline App or Mexico's Leading Luxury Beach Resort.[4]

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  1. ^ Sloan, Philip; Legrand, Willy; Chen, Joseph C.; Chen, Joseph S. (2012). Sustainability in the Hospitality Industry: Principles of Sustainable Operations. Routledge. p. 289.
  2. ^ Staff (10 February 2015). "Cayman Islands Earns World Travel Award, Anticipates 2015 Win". Inquisitr. Retrieved 24 June 2015.
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