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29.11.2021 – 08:21

The 101 best hotels in Germany

Berlin (ots)

The ranking for “The 101 Best Hotels in Germany” for 2021/2022 has been finalized. The Institute for Service and Leadership Excellence as sponsor, together with its high-ranking partners, has further developed the overall ranking from last year and the six categories (the best grand hotels, the best hideaways, the best culinary hotels, the best spa health resorts, the best hotels in historical walls and the best city hotels). In addition, new prizes were awarded for the “Newcomer of the Year”, the “Newcomer of the Year” and for the most digital hotel.

When creating the ranking list, both objective quality standards and individual customer satisfaction were taken into account. With the help of various methods such as the analysis and evaluation of categorized hotel reviews as well as test visits specially initiated for this ranking, the list of “The 101 best hotels in Germany” was created.

The first place of the general rankings share that this year Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Hamburg as well as the hotel Schloss Elmau (both place 1). Followed by the other top 10 rankings of the hotels Breidenbacher Hof Düsseldorf (Place 3), Severins Resort & Spa Sylt (4th place), Mandarin Oriental Munich (5th place), Althoff Seehotel crossing Rottach-Egern (Rank 6), Sonnenalp Ofterschwang (7th place), Bachmair Weissach Spa & Resort (8th place), Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa in Baden-Baden (9th place) and the Hotel Traube Tonbach in Baiersbronn (Place 10).

On the evening of the award ceremony on November 28th, 2021, the winners as well as the board of trustees and partners of “The 101 Best Hotels in Germany” came together. The winners were beaming with joy when they received their awards. In addition to honoring the hotels, the laudation by Achim Berg, manager and president of the Bitkom industry association, on the subject of digitization as part of the “The 101 Best – Digital Prize of the German Hotel Industry” was another highlight of this special and important evening for the German hotel industry Hotel industry.

In addition to the general ranking, the “The 101 best hotels in Germany” Hotels also received special awards in various categories. In the category “Best Grand Hotel” was also able to convince the Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Hamburg (1st place). Schloss Elmau (1st place) also won the category “Beste Hideaways” with a first place. In the other categories “Best hotels in historical walls”, “Best Culinary Hotels” and “Best Spa Health Resorts” the hotels Hotel Europäische Hof Heidelberg (1st place, best hotel in historical walls), the Althoff Seehotel Überfahrt Rottach-Egern (1st place; best culinary hotel) and the Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa Baden-Baden (1st place; best Spa health resort) at the top. In the area “Best City Hotels” the Mandarin Oriental Munich (1st place) was honored with first place.

“The German hotel industry has always been style-defining. The best hoteliers compete with the ‘101 Best’ – that’s good for the guest! Everything that is measured is also improved,” said Carsten K. Rath, initiator of the ranking. As part of the last publication, nine top-class prominent personalities¹ from the hotel and tourism sectors could also be won in order to be able to integrate the hotel industry even better into the economy and society. This year the Board of Trustees awarded the “The 101 Best – Sustainability Award of the German Hotel Industry”, which is currently considered a role model for the hotel industry and is intended to encourage people to also take a responsible approach against global warming. The award went to the architecture and design office noa * network of architecture, based in Berlin and Bolzano (Italy), which has set a benchmark in the German hospitality industry with its innovative concept.

This year there were also other prizes in the categories “Newcomer of the Year” (Hotel Engel Obertal), “Newcomer of the year” (Bachmair Weissach Spa & Resort) and the “The 101 Best – Digital Prize of the German Hotel Industry” (Grand Elysée Hamburg) awarded. The latter distinguishes the hotels above all in terms of their digital presence and online marketing. In addition, the best culinary addresses in Germany were published in cooperation with the Hornstein ranking.

With a total of over 11,000 hotels in Germany, 7,900 of which are classified with stars, the ranking is intended to help travelers and simplify the selection process. As a fully-fledged part of the top hotel industry, the winners were announced on 28. November 2021 in the exclusive Öschberghof wellness and golf resort honored and honored in Donaueschingen in the Black Forest. The Öschberghof as an event location was also able to look forward to a great third placement in the category “Best Spa Health Resorts” this year, is a top performer in matters of digitization and was awarded the “101 Best – Sustainability Award of the German Hotel Industry” You can find more information on the ranking and the award-winning hotels here: https://www.die-101-besten.com/

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¹ Managing Director and CEO of the Indian Hotels Company Puneet Chhatwal, industry expert and founder of Treugast Prof. Dr. Stephan Gerhard, CEO of UFA GmbH Prof. Nico Hofmann, chairman of the board of the German National Tourist Board Petra Hedorfer, partner of the luxury hotel European Court in Heidelberg Dr. Caroline von Kretschmann, CEO of TUI Cruises Wybcke Meier, lawyer Dr. Kerstin Smid, founder and director of the Michael Stich Foundation named after him and professor at the IU International University Prof. Dr. Annegret Wittman-Wurzer and Chairman of the Board of Trustees Carsten K. Rath and Deputy Rolf Westermann.

About the “101 best hotels in Germany”: There are more than 11,000 hotels in Germany, 8,000 of which are classified with stars. But who are the absolute top addresses? The answer to this is provided by the “The 101 Best Hotels in Germany” list of the best, presented for the first time in 2020, which is the only hotel ranking in this country to combine objective quality standards with individually perceived customer satisfaction. The ranking arranges and categorizes the German hotel landscape according to the highest demands and standards. The Institute for Service and Leadership Excellence as the sponsor, together with its partners, the Handelsblatt, the Allgemeine Hotel- und Gastronomie Zeitung ahgz, the IU International University, the Passion for Excellence AG and the luxury magazine Madame, has compiled a hotel ranking that the hotel businesses examined and evaluated according to measurable, relevant and meaningful criteria. Among other things, an extensive statistical evaluation of individual reviews on online platforms such as Booking.com or Tripadvisor as well as test visits to the nominated hotel businesses initiated especially for this ranking were fundamental for the creation of the ranking. As part of the award for “The 101 Best Hotels in Germany” in November 2021, the best culinary addresses in Germany were also published in cooperation with the Hornstein Ranking. All ratings of the best restaurants in Germany, Austria, South Tyrol and Switzerland are objectively combined in the Hornstein ranking. The subjective ratings of the guides are objectively summarized in the ranking using a key.

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