It is with great pleasure that we announce the winners and finalists of the 7th Historic Hotels of Europe Awards 2020. The Award Celebration took place yesterday night, Monday 24th of February 2020 during the Gala Dinner at Hotel Stefanie in Vienna. And the Winners are…Read More
Historic Hotels of Europe have announced the winners at the ceremony held on 20 November 2017 at Barberstown Castle in Ireland. We proudly present the winners…Read More
The annual Historic Hotels of Europe Awards is a chance to shine the spotlight on our most unique, important and fascinating properties across the continent. From castles to palaces, manors to monasteries, each of our luxurious stays give guests that ‘something special’ – and this is our chance to celebrate them.Read More
Sun-drenched Santorini is known as the supermodel of the cyclades. The island is world-famous for it’s magical sunsets, a celebrated daily rite of passage to those lucky enough to be there. What better place to host such an illustrious Historic Hotels Awards Ceremony?Read More
It’s that time of the year again – when we reward our prestigious network of European members with the most coveted hotel awards. Time to vote for your favourites…Read More
The Historic Hotels of Europe honoured some of the finest properties in Europe at the 2016 Historic Hotels of Europe Awards hosted in the stunning Chateau de l’Epinay, France on November 16th 2015.
Guests voted for their favourite hotels in ten wide-ranging categories, encompassing romance, legend, fine dining, spa facilities and more.
The Historic Hotels of Europe, the leading name in historical and culturally relevant luxury hotels, honoured some of the finest properties in Europe at the 2015 Historic Hotels of Europe Awards. Hosted in the stunning Hotel Elizabeth in Trenčín, Slovakia on October 27th 2014, the winning hotels were announced at the ceremony by the Chairman…Read More
One of the most important dates in the calender for the almost 500 members of the Historic Hotels of Europe Association is the annual awards. Now in its third year, the awards recognise the best performing members spread across 20 European countries grouped under 10 categories. The grouping has been necessary to allow the Association…Read More