Luxury Travel Guide Award for Mrs Miggins
The 2017 Luxury Travel Guide edition featuring The Lodge, Champéry by Mrs Miggins, which received the Award for Service Excellence is now available and Mrs Miggins staff (here in picture) were delighted to receive a copy of the new edition, the award and certificate. Next stop is the awards ceremony in London in November 2017.
Luxury Travel Guide Award for The Lodge Champéry by Mrs Miggins
The Lodge Champéry by Mrs Miggins (miggins.ch) can proudly announce that it has been awarded the Luxury Travel Guide Award for Service Excellence and will feature in 2017 edition of their guide. The Lodge Champéry by Mrs Miggins was launched in 2008 by Alpine Lifestyle Partners (alplifestyle.com) – with a concept to own, to enjoy and rent Alpine property, offering guests and owners high service levels. This is a major recognition of the success of the company and peers The Lodge Champéry by Mrs Miggins with successful hospitality venues around the World.
The key to the success of The Lodge by Mrs Miggins is in encouraging clients to enjoy every aspect of winter ski and summer leisure activities, as well as the food and atmosphere that the charming Swiss village of Champéry has to offer. Everything, in a no stress manner. Mrs Miggins recognises that its guests are looking towards spending more time on the core activity of their holiday, removing hassles and making the most of their time with friends and family.
With a passion for the hospitality industry at heart, Mrs Miggins staff specialise in creating a rich, relaxing and rewarding experience that is unrivalled. They provide a small but exquisite portfolio of luxury properties; enhanced by exclusive bespoke travel services to ensure thrilling times and lots of memories to last a lifetime! It is the warmth of the welcome, outstanding attention to detail, a real sense of care combined with the great location that The Lodge Champéry by Mrs Miggins has won the Service Excellence Award.
The concept of property investment combined with rental and ‘super concierge services’ has become a choice investment for many looking to invest in the Alps. Mrs Miggins is currently expanding into Grimentz (Val d’Anniviers in Canton du Valais) with Chalets Les Rahâs Grimentz by Mrs Miggins, luxury apartments at 1600m altitude in an equally picturesque Swiss mountain village.
To celebrate, The Lodge Champéry by Mrs Miggins will be offering a 10% reduction with promotional code LTGaward to email@example.com
Luxury Travel Guide.
The luxury travel guide (luxurytravel-guide.com) has over 500,000 registered subscribers and its printed publication is distributed to over 10,000 luxury hotels around the World as well as airport departure lounges across Europe. Winners of the previous year’s awards include The Ritz Paris, Mariott London County Hall and The W Verbier.
Luxury Travel Guide Award for Service Excellence – “This is the category that sees winners from the more boutique, niche end of the luxury hotel market. When we look for the best service, we look for hosts and hotel owners who go the extra mile for their guests on a day to day basis.
Champéry, Portes du Soleil
Champéry (champery.ch) resort ranges from 1050m to 2400m with stunning panoramic views onto the Dents du Midi and Dents Blanches mountain ranges. The cable-car whisks you directly into a winter & summer sports playground, offering extensive skiing (650km of groomed slopes), mountain biking, exceptional scenery and a variety for hiking.There is easy access to Geneva, Lac Léman, Montreux and the Swiss Riviera, the Vineyards of Valais and the World Heritage site of Lavaux. Champéry is the perfect mountain location for year-round activities or for enjoying the season of your choice. Snow and skiing with the family; ice skating, curling and swimming at the fantastic Champéry Palladium; summer golf, hiking and biking, sailing with friends; or the calm and colours of autumn, gourmet food and the grape harvest. There is always a good reason to be spending time at The Lodge, Champéry with Mrs Miggins.
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