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BTME: Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club lands top honour at 2022 Business Traveller Middle East awards

Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club won at the 2022 BTME Awards

By Matt Smith
Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club was honoured this week at the Business Traveller Middle East Awards 2022 during a gala ceremony at Conrad Dubai Hotel.

With the event taking place live for the first time since 2019, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was Dubai Creek Golf Club who were celebrating as they received the coveted ‘Best Golf Club in the Middle East’ award on May 9.

The BTME Awards — now in their 21st edition — are hosted by Motivate Media Group, and honour the leaders in business travel and tourism across the 41 contested categories.

Other winners on the night included Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Dubai International Airport, Rotana and InterContinental Hotels & Resorts.

The awards ceremony welcomed around 250 guests, comprising a high-profile crowd of industry heavyweights and key decision makers spanning the hotel, aviation, tourism and transportation sectors.

“The Business Traveller Middle East Awards recognise the best in travel and this year is no exception, with regional and global brands acknowledged for their commitment to product and service excellence,” said Ian Fairservice, Managing Partner and Group Editor-in-Chief of Motivate Media Group.

“What is even more impressive is their resilience during the pandemic, with all winners, as well as shortlisted candidates not only surviving the last few years, during a period of unparalleled disruption, but excelling, through hard work, innovation, expertise and robust strategies for long-term growth and development.”

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