Murrayshall Hotel wins an award

The winners of the Boutique Hotelier Awards 2022 were announced at a glittering live ceremony in London on Tuesday 4 October 2022.

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The winners of the Boutique Hotelier Awards 2022 were announced at a glittering live ceremony in London on Tuesday 4 October 2022. 

The awards took place at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel following months of anticipation, with 15 awards handed out in total.

Eloas at Murrayshall Country Hotel in Perth was announced as the winner of the Best Boutique Hotel Restaurant at the Boutique Hotelier Awards 2022 last night.

More than 300 hoteliers and hotel suppliers gathered to see the winners being unveiled and were treated to a Champagne reception and a three-course dinner. 

The evening saw hotels from a cross-section of the UK win big, ranging from country manor houses to buzzy city hotels. Properties in Scotland, the Cotswolds, the Lake District and Manchester all scooped awards during the celebration. 

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Hoteliers were first invited to submit nominations for the awards in June, with three shortlists – decided by Boutique Hotelier’s in-house editorial experts – announced in August.

Eamonn Crowe, Editor at Boutique Hotelier, commented: “There was a time when hotel restaurants were not considered a destination in their own right, but venues such as Eolas show that the era of ‘stuffy’ hotel restaurants has thankfully been consigned to history. Offering a striking setting and an accomplished menu, the team at Eolas are worthy winners of our first ever Best Boutique Hotel Restaurant award.”  

The public was then invited to vote for their favourite hotels, teams and individuals from the shortlists. More than 10,000 votes were cast before the deadline of midnight on 27 September 2022. 

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There were 15 award categories in total, ranging from Best Interior Hotel Renovation to General Manager of the Year. 

The Lifetime Achievement Award was the only category not subject to a public vote and was instead decided entirely by Boutique Hotelier’s in-house editorial experts. 

Boutique Hotelier Editor Eamonn Crowe comments: “The Boutique Hotelier Awards are always a celebration of resilience and innovation, but this sentiment has taken on a deeper meaning in the last 12 months. Although the devastating Covid pandemic is thankfully in the rear view mirror, UK hoteliers continue to face unprecedented challenges. We wanted tonight to be a celebration of those teams and individuals that have responded to these challenges with vigour and pragmatism, continuing to inspire both their hotel guests and fellow staff.”

Full breakdown of the winners can be viewed here.

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