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The Australian Hotels Association (WA) proudly announces the winners of the 2024 AHA Perth Airport Accommodation Awards for Excellence.

Held at Crown Towers Perth last night, nearly 600 guests cheered on the finalists and worthy winners of WA’s most prestigious accommodation awards.

AHA(WA) CEO Bradley Woods said WA’s accommodation industry had never been in a stronger position, with a vast assortment of high-quality accommodation offerings, coupled with a solid rebound in leisure and business tourism to WA.

“These awards celebrate the exceptional achievements of WA’s leading accommodation and hotel venues and the dedication of staff who set the standard for excellence in the industry.”

“These awards recognise hotels, as well as honouring the individual staff and teams who strive to create memorable stays for visitors and foster a sense of welcome.”

“WA’s accommodation industry plays a key role in the state’s economy and is fundamental in shaping visitor’s perception of the state.”

Last night’s award winners included The Ritz-Carlton, Perth, which won WA’s Best Metro Accommodation Hotel Award, and Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa in Broome, who won WA’s Best Regional Accommodation Hotel Award for the third consecutive year, securing their position in the Hall of Fame.

There were also six new awards introduced representing the growth and diversity of the accommodation industry, including the inaugural Emerging Female Leader Award, which was won by Murphy Loh from The Ritz-Carlton, Perth.

Managing Director of Duxton Hotel Perth, Riaz Mahmood, was awarded the Accommodation Industry Hall of Fame Award, recognising his dedication to the accommodation industry.

A full list of award winners can be found below.