The Old Bank's César Award has been given in recognition of the success of the hotel, which was converted from an old banking hall eleven years ago and has become a luxury hotel in the centre of Oxford.
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(PRWEB) October 15, 2010
On Monday 18th October at Daunt's Bookshop, London, Jeremy Mogford will receive the César Award for 'City Hotel of the Year' on behalf of the Old Bank Hotel, Oxford, as named in the Good Hotel Guide 2011.
The César Awards given annually by the Good Hotel Guide to the ten best hotels of the year have long been considered 'the Oscars of the hotel industry'.
This Award has been given in recognition of the success of the Old Bank Hotel which was converted from an old banking hall eleven years ago and has become a luxury boutique hotel in the centre of Oxford, housing an amazing collection of 20th century British art.
Speaking about the award Jeremy Mogford, owner of The Old Bank Hotel said:
"We are all completely thrilled with this extremely prestigious recognition by the Good Hotel Guide which is the pre-eminent, independent guide to hotels in Great Britain. You can have a truly amazing location, a wonderful building in one of the most beautiful cities in the world but you can never be described as the best unless you have the very best people working every minute of every day to make the Old Bank Hotel and Quod Brasserie truly special. So this César Award is for every person involved in making the Old Bank the best!"
The Old Bank Hotel is currently named 'Most Excellent City Hotel 2010' by Condé Nast Johansens and in June this year was recognised by Expedia as one of the top10 hotels in the UK. The Old Bank Hotel achieved this ranking as a result of a combination of guests' reviews, Expedia's insider experts and when compared to similar hotels.
Jeremy Mogford owns the Old Bank Hotel, Quod Brasserie, the Old Parsonage Hotel and Gee's restaurant in Oxford all of which have been converted from amazing redundant listed buildings into successful businesses.