Tonrose is delighted to be sponsoring the new ‘HHH Awards’ – Hotel Housekeeping Honours. MEG Events Ltd, in association with Housekeeping Today UK and the UKHA, has launched the new ‘Triple H’ awards to celebrate the often-unsung heroes of the housekeeping industry.
Open to all sectors within housekeeping, back of house and hotel laundry, the HHH awards will recognise companies, individuals, services and products that stand out from the crowd, showcase exceptional industry professionalism and customer service, and demonstrate innovations and initiatives that make every guest experience special.
Alistair Sandall, one of the judges and Head of Professional Development at the Institute of Hospitality, said of the awards: “All too often, housekeeping is seen as the ‘Cinderella’ department, and its importance in operational success can be undervalued. The new HHH awards will greatly help to raise the profile of housekeeping”. Recognising both individuals and hotels, the awards will be held at Park Plaza Westminster on 28th March.
Tonrose will also be attending the UKHA Shared Knowledge Day the following day (29th March), where we will be exhibiting and talking to businesses about why we are the preferred linen supplier to the hospitality industry for thousands of hotels, restaurants, spas and laundries.
Supporting and recognising the professionalism and excellence of the hospitality industry is crucial to its success. We can’t wait to be there!
HHH Awards Categories:
- Laundry Manager/Linen Keeper of the Year
- Housekeeping Supervisor of the Year
- Cleaning Technician of the Year
- Room Attendant of the Year
- Porter of the Year
Housekeeping Team of the Year
- HHH Green Award – for demonstrating ecological and environmental initiatives and innovation
- Trainee/apprentice of the year – (3rd party nomination)
- Unsung Hero – (3rd party nomination)
- Lifetime contribution (3rd party nomination)
Six respected professionals from the world of hospitality will form the judging panel, who will cast their eye over the initial entries before making their final selection prior to the ceremony. All shortlisted candidates will be invited to the awards dinner where the winners will be announced and presented with their accolade and certificate. The judges are:
- Jack Fowler – the original Housekeeping Today publisher
- Julie Hales – Head Housekeeper, Best Western Premier Kegworth Hotel
- Jane Renton – General Manager, Althorn Enterprises
- Sean Wheeler – Director of People Development, Principal Hotels
- Alistair Sandall – Head of Professional Development, Institute of Hospitality.
- Delia Cannings – Director & Tutor at 3ees – Environmental Excellence and Education Ltd and UKHA Midlands deputy chair