Hanbury Manor, which features a championship golf course involving the design work of Jack Nicklaus II, has received two UK Hotel Awards for Best Regional Golf Resort and Best National Golf Resort from the International Hotel Awards. The Marriott Hotel and Country Club property is located in Ware, Herfordshire, England, where golf the par-72 golf course is the centerpiece amenity. Hanbury Manor, which opened in 1991, represents the first international design work by Jack II, the President of Nicklaus Design.
The International Hotel Awards were announced at a gathering of the finest hoteliers from the United Kingdom.
“We are delighted to have won such a prestigious award,” said William Boulton-Smith, General Manager of Hanbury Manor. “The team at Hanbury Manor works incredibly hard to ensure that we deliver the best possible experience for each and every one of our guests thus creating a seamless guest experience. To be honoured with an award really is the icing on the cake.”
A highly experienced team of professionals who cover the whole range of hospitality disciplines judged entries prepared by the hotels and selected the winners. The Chairman of the Judging Panel is Sir David Michels, retired CEO of Hilton Hotels.
Learn more about Hanbury Manor, host of the 1997 Alamo English Open, 1998 National Rental Car English Open, and 1999 Compass Group English Open at www.marriotthanburymanor.co.uk.