Boutique hotels have just one week left to enter the Hilden Style Awards 2015.
The awards, open to any size hospitality establishment in the UK, celebrate the individual style and interior design of independent hotels across the country.
From boutique country houses, to B&Bs to restaurants, the awards are calling for those who believe they have first-class style and finesse to submit their entry before the end of August.
The Hilden Style Awards are now in their third year and previous winners include, Northcote and 23 Mayfield in Edinburgh who were commended for their sleek and striking interiors.
The online competition is entirely free and easy to enter; simply visit hilden.co.uk/style-awards and upload an image to your chosen category.
Once all the nominations have been collected, the five judges – this year including Kerry Adams, regional chair of the UK Housekeepers Association (UKHA) for Yorkshire and North-East and Thom Hetherington, organiser of Northern Restaurant and Bar Exhibition – will decide on the final winners.
The winners will then be announced at the end of September.
Rod Nutter, commercial director at Hilden and one of this year’s Style Awards’ judges says: “We have already had some stunning entries to this year’s awards and it’s really inspiring to see the uses of style and the focus on the guest experience. There are lots of establishments trying to figure out ways to offer something unique to the guest and this is what we want to capture.
“We created the awards because we really want to support boutique and independent establishments who strive to give guests an unforgettable experience and we think they deserve some recognition.”
Winners will receive some impressive prizes including; £500 to spend at Hilden.co.uk, an iPad air, a winner’s trophy, Liddell bathrobes, an online winner’s badge and lots of free promotional activity including a double page spread in Hilden’s annual Style Guide publication.
To find out more about the Hilden Style Awards and to submit your entry, visit the Style Awards website now.