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The Beardmore named number one Eco Hotel in Scotland

The Beardmore Hotel is celebrating this week after being named number one Eco Hotel in Scotland, and a runner up in the UK at the 2013 AA Hospitality Awards.  

After submitting an extensive report on their policies and procedures, The Beardmore was nominated for Eco Hotel of the Year and invited to attend the ceremony at Hilton Park Lane in London hosted by television presenter and journalist, Krishnan Guru-Murthy.  On the evening, to a room of over 800 invited guests, The Beardmore was revealed as having made the shortlist, ranking as the top Eco Hotel in Scotland.

The AA Eco Hotel of the Year Award is in its fourth year, and recognises Hotels which demonstrate a clear commitment to sustainability and dedication to reducing our impact on the environment.

Gary Rice, General Manager of the Beardmore Hotel and Conference Centre, said: “This is a fantastic achievement for the Beardmore. The AA Hospitality Awards are among the most prestigious of their kind: it is an honour even to be nominated, let rank top in Scotland.

“These awards are nationally recognised, and we are proud that our hard work and dedication towards making the Beardmore a sustainable and environmentally friendly hotel for our guests and staff has been recognised at such an event.”

The AA Hospitality Awards are held annually drawing on the experience of the AA Inspectorate and a cross section of industry experts in their judging process. Winners across the 13 categories are selected in recognition of significant improvement over the preceding 12-18 months and demonstrating their dedication to raising industry standards.

 
 
 
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