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The Triple H awards – Hotel Housekeeping Honours – recognise individuals and teams that stand out from the crowd and showcase exceptional industry professionalism and outstanding customer service in housekeeping.
Nominate now! It’s simple to do
The earlier you nominate, the more time you have to put together a well thought through entry. The quality of nomination pack is key to the judging process. And as the word has spread about how successful the last two events were, we expect the number and calibre of entries to rise.
So if you believe that a colleague or contact is worthy of an award then don’t delay. Nominate today and give them the best chance possible of winning. Nominations are now open and it takes just moments to register a person or a team that you think deserves to be recognised for all that they do.
The awards are open to all sectors within housekeeping, back of house and hotel laundry, and both individuals and hotels can enter. The judges are looking for the real stars of our industry to be put forward. Those who truly stand out and raise the bar, with exceptional talent and levels of service and dedication that set the example for others to follow.
If you’d like to nominate a person or a team for a Triple H Awards 2021 category then simply visit www.megevents.co.uk/ hhh-awards and click on nominations to register your interest. Once we’ve received your submission, we’ll send out nomination packs via email. The final selection will take place prior to the presentation ceremony. All shortlisted candidates will be invited to the awards dinner where the winners will be announced and presented with their accolade and certificate.
The Triple H award categories for 2021 are:
• Laundry Manager/Linen Keeper of the Year
• Housekeeping Supervisor of the Year
• Cleaning Technician of the Year
• Room Attendant of the Year
• Porter of the Year
• Housekeeping Team of the Year
• The HHH Green Award – for demonstrating ecological and
environmental initiatives and innovation
• Trainee/apprentice of the year – third party nomination only*
• Unsung Hero – third party nomination only*
• Lifetime contribution – third party nomination only*
You can enter yourself (with the exception of those marked *) or nominate
Let’s not forget
At the height of the COVID-19 crisis, many of our housekeeping staff not only supported NHS workers and other essential services personnel staying at their hotels but became keyworkers themselves. We salute both those who used previous gained qualifications or specialist cleaning expertise to work within the NHS and the housekeeping teams who stayed at their post to ensure their special guests were safely cared for. If you know someone who deserves an award for their steadfast and inspirational role during lockdown make sure they are nominated.
Sponsorship opportunities are available
This award event is a great way to put your business, your product or your service in front of the housekeeping industry’s finest. We had some fantastic sponsors involved last year. There are some great sponsorship packages available and we’d love to hear from you if you want to be involved in this growing event that plans to be a major fixture for the years ahead. The event is organised by MEG Events – the same team behind the highly popular and hugely successful annual Laundry and Drycleaning Awards (The LADAs) – their sixth LADAs annual event is due to be held in November 2020 at Mercedes-Benz World in Surrey, we are keeping everything crossed that this will be able to proceed.
A word from our 2021 headline sponsor
WGC are proud to be the lead sponsor of the Triple H Awards again in 2021 as they recognise the very best in the housekeeping industry and ensure that teams from across the country realise the contribution they make, not only to their hotels and local communities but to the perception of British hospitality around the globe.
“The COVID-19 pandemic changed the world without warning, yet despite these unprecedented times, our very own hospitality heroes have emerged. Humanity and humility have become the defining elements of our industry, as we focused on supporting key workers, the homeless and those stranded a long way from home. The Triple H Awards provide us all with the opportunity to recognise and celebrate those that went above and beyond during this crisis.” — Martin Birch, CEO, WGC