AA reveals shortlists for four AA Hospitality Awards
The AA has revealed the shortlists for four of its AA Hospitality Awards categories, with just six weeks to go until the awards themselves take place.
The shortlists are for AA Food Service Award, AA Housekeeper of the Year Award, AA Eco Hotel of the Year and the new AA College Restaurant Award.
The shortlist for the AA Food Service Award
(This recognises establishments that deliver excellent standards of restaurant service and hospitality as well as having technical service skills, food and beverage knowledge of the highest standard and a clear commitment to staff training and development.)
The Balmoral Number One - Edinburgh
The Ritz - London
Winteringham Fields - Winteringham
The finalists for the AA Housekeeper of the Year Award
Emma Lucking, Kettering Park hotel and spa, Kettering
Nan McDowell, Crewe Hall, Crewe
Heather Rothery, Rufflets Country House, St Andrews
The four finalists for AA Eco Hotel of the Year 2016
Aviator - Farnborough
Battlesteads hotel, Hexham
St Ermins hotel, London
Oakley Court, Windsor
The AA College Restaurant of the Year Award finalists
The Atrium, University College, Birmingham
The Brasserie, Milton Keynes College
Foxholes restaurant, Runshaw College, Leyland
The AA Hospitality Awards take place on 26 September at the Grosvenor House hotel, Park Lane, London and will see 23 winners receive their awards as well as the announcement of the new three, four and five AA Rosettes and AA Red Star establishments.
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