[Sponsored Report] Ascott wins award of excellence by travel site
The Ascott Limited’s five serviced residences in northern Asia have recently received accolades from TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site. Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo has been conferred the TripAdvisor 2012 Travelers’ Choice Award while Ascott Beijing, Ascott Huai Hai Road Shanghai, Cintadines Central Xi’an and Somerset Palace Seoul have each received the TripAdvisor 2012 Certificate of Excellence.
The five properties of Ascott, have maintained overall high ratings as decided by travelers on TripAdvisor.com, which has become the essential tool for user reviews on the Internet for the hotel industry.
TripAdvisor sites make up the largest travel community in the world, with more than 50 million unique monthly visitors, and over 60 million reviews and opinions, according to comScore Media Metrix for TripAdvisor sites, Worldwide. These awards further reinforce Ascott’s status as the world’s leading international serviced residence operator.
“These world-renowned awards are perfect examples of Ascott’s emphasis on its brand values dubbed LIFE, which stand for local touch, individuality, feeling at home, and exceeding expectations.” Lee Chee-koon, deputy CEO of Ascott and managing director of Ascott North Asia said, “The last element, but probably most important component of this significant promise toward residents, is enhanced through these awards from TripAdvisor.” As repeated by Ascott’s statement “We exceed our residents’ expectations with unexpected details that enrich their experience with us.”
In North Asia, Ascott has more than 12,000 apartment units in 96 properties across over 20 cities in China, Japan and Korea.
For more information or reservation, please visit www.the-ascott.com.
By Lee Ji-hyun [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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