The fourth edition of the East India Travel Awards will be held on July 26, 2017, at Radisson Blu Guwahati. Like every year, these awards too will honour the stalwarts of the tourism industry in the region.
Renowned as India’s first regional awards which honour the achievers of the tourism industry, India Travel Awards has made a mark in the industry to recognise those who have gone above and beyond to make a difference in the travel fraternity.
Gunjan Sabikhi, Convener, India Travel Awards, elaborates that these are the first and only regional awards which recognise and reward the efforts of travel companies from every nook and corner of India. “These awards set a company apart from its competition and differentiate the quality of its achievements from others, thus placing the awardees at the forefront of the industry. It is very heartening to see that every year the number of nominations received for East India Travel Awards keep increasing manifolds, which is a proof of the fact that winning this award is very prestigious and it bestows immense credibility to the winning company or individual. We have seen that being nominated or shortlisted for any category has proven to be helpful for an individual or a company in their business as it places them at the forefront of their genre and industry and is accompanied by increased awareness about the brand,” says Sabikhi.
According to Vikas Ray, General Manager, Radisson Blu Guwahati, the event and meeting space at the property covers more than 4,180 square meters. It provides versatile options, from an outdoor banquet lawn to a classic boardroom, so that the hotel can accommodate a wide range of events with style and ease.
The 196-key hotel offers various facilities to aid all kinds of meetings and events. He says that set in a peaceful section of Assam, the elegant Hotel provides its guests with stellar amenities and a restful location in the bustling city of Guwahati in north-eastern India. Guests can also go for interesting outings to the freshwater lake, Deepor Beel, or to cultural sites like Sankardev Kalakshetra.