Corinthia London wins Best Hotel in Europe and Best City Hotel Awards.


From left to right: Kirsty Gallacher, British television presenter, Sky News anchor Sarah-Jane Mee, Thomas Kochs Managing Director Corinthia London and Gethin Jones, British broadcaster and television presenter 

Monday 31st October 2022, was a red-letter day for Corinthia London. Some 300 guests representing the travel industry élite convened in the elegant Pan Pacific Hotel, London, to follow the THE 14TH ULTRAS AWARD CEREMONY celebrating the very best in luxury travel. The favourite hotels, destination, airline and cruise line of the Global Hotel Alliance (GHA) DISCOVERY programme with 22 million global travellers were revealed on the night. 

Corinthia London won the Best Hotel in Europe and Best City Hotel Awards. Runners up were Çirağan Palace Kempinski Istanbul and The Murray, Hong Kong. For a full list of the ULTRAs 2022 winners and runners up, visit:

The award was received by Thomas Kochs, Managing Director of Corinthia London, who was thrilled with the result. ‘Corinthia London is honoured to receive this accolade, particularly since it is the result of consumer guest feedback. We are proud of our commitment to luxury hospitality in every department of the hotel, from bars to bedrooms, restaurants and in our spa. Our team is customer-focused every day of the year and winning an ULTRAs award is a wonderful affirmation of our commitment.’ 

The awards, which are the result of a comprehensive examination of certified passenger feedback and professional audits, were presented by a several UK TV presenters and personalities including Kirsty Gallacher, Gethin Jones, Dr Ranj Singh and Sky News anchor Sarah-Jane Mee,

This yearly event for the luxury travel elite is organised by Nick Perry, Chairman of the multi-brand Ultratravel. Global Hotel Alliance (GHA), the world’s largest alliance of independent hotel brands and operator of award-winning loyalty programme GHA DISCOVERY operate a joint venture with Ultratravel – the Ultratravel Collection.

Corinthia Hotels CEO Simon Naudi was elated with this award. ‘We are delighted and humbled to receive such a prestigious award especially on the back of what has been an exceptionally challenging time for the travel industry. We continue to focus on the highest levels of service as we expand our portfolio of hotels across the globe.’

Well done Corinthia London!

Another feather in Corinthia’s cap.