Dunalastair Hotel Suites awarded 5-star grading

UK: Dunalastair Hotel Suites has been awarded 5-star grading

Dunalastair Hotel Suites has been awarded 5-star grading by VisitScotland.

The 32-suite hotel recently underwent a multi-million pound makeover, combining the building’s historic features with modern interiors. It was awarded a five-star grading from VisitScotland for demonstrating high standards of excellence and customer service.

Nassar Khalil, owner and CEO of Dunalastair Hotel Suites said: “We are delighted to be officially bestowed with the highest accreditation a hotel can acclaim in the United Kingdom. A five-star grading from VisitScotland only reaffirms Dunalastair Hotel Suites’ position in a prestigious league of exclusive Scottish hotels. Such an accomplishment would not have been possible without our inspirational General Manager, Richard Deak and dynamic Sales Manager, Beth Ardron, and is demonstrative of my hotel team’s exceptional dedication and drive, leaving no stone unturned in their mission to provide the very best in hospitality and guest experience, day in day out, to ensure each guest enjoys the ultimate five-star experience with Dunalastair Hotel Suites.”

Jim Clarkson, VisitScotland regional partnerships director said: “I would like to congratulate everyone at Dunalastair Hotel Suites on this thoroughly deserved award.  The hotel is a fantastic addition to Highland Perthshire’s sterling offering and will undoubtedly attract visitors to Kinloch Rannoch – it really is a little bit of luxury away from home and five-star status shows visitors that they can expect a high quality experience.

He added: “Quality Assurance is about more than just the stars on the door – it’s about the entire visitor experience and driving improvement in that experience throughout Perthshire. Visitors want quality and value for money experiences. Star gradings help visitors make informed decisions and select businesses that meet, and exceed, these expectations.”

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