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QHotels achieves AIM for all

QHotels have underlined its belief in the MIA’s AIM accreditation scheme announcing that all hotels in its portfolio have achieved Entry Level for Accredited in Meetings (AIM) status with the Meetings Industry Association (MIA); underlining the quality and consistency of the groups’ conference and meeting facilities.

David Taylor, Sales Director of QHotels comments on this significant milestone achievement for the group: “To be the first hotel group in the UK to be fully accredited reflects real commitment by QHotels towards providing consistent excellence and high quality service delivery to the conference and meetings buyer.

“AIM is a standard that buyers believe in and buy into, and which venues should aspire to. We believe our meetings and events product is unrivalled in the market and achieving AIM Entry Level for all our properties in the group underlines this” concludes Taylor.

Among the newly refurbished QHotels properties achieving AIM Accreditation Entry Level include; Ashford International in Ashford, The Westerwood Nr Glasgow, Telford Golf and Country Club in Shropshire, Crewe Hall in Cheshire and Forest Pines in North Lincolnshire.

“QHotels have done a great job in getting all of its properties accredited and I expect it won’t be long before many start to go through the silver and then gold accreditation,” commented Jane Evans, Chief Executive at the MIA. “Having such a high profile brand, and many influential properties supporting the accreditation is important to support AIM’s credibility and exposure.”

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