The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel are celebrating a landmark achievement, receiving their AA 4-star accreditation for the 20th year in a row.
The NHS owned hotel and conference venue located on the banks of the River Clyde continued their 2 decades of exceptional service for guests, impressing the AA inspectors with its stylish and modern fixtures.
Located just 20 minutes from Glasgow City Centre, the Hotel offers guests a relaxing base to explore the surrounding areas, including the picturesque Scottish countryside and Loch Lomond.
Staff at the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel left a lasting impression on the Inspector, with comments made about their exceptional level of service and hospitality from start to finish.
The Hotel’s spacious and comfortable public areas were also at the forefront of the accreditation, with the hotel restaurant ‘BBar and Grill’ awarded the AA Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence.
Commercial and Logistics Director of the Conference Hotel, Denis Flanagan said: “When you consider the AA assesses more than 4,000 Hotels in the UK, we are thrilled with retaining our 4-star Hotel and AA rosette status.
“The praise and positive comments throughout the report in particular the high standards of genuine hospitality, cleanliness and culinary creativeness displayed during their stay is a true testament to our conviction of offering memorable customer experiences to all.
“To have consistently achieved this incredibly high standard for 20 years in a row (and counting) is only possible thanks to our amazing team at the Golden Jubilee, and I cannot thank them all enough for all their amazing work and dedication to our Hotel.”
The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel are celebrating this New Year after successfully becoming an Aim Secure accredited (AIM) member of the prestigious Meetings Industry Association (MIA).
This world renowned accreditation is awarded to meeting and events venues who have a proven track record for delivering first-class service, excellent facilities and a total commitment to upholding legal compliance.
The multi-award winning 4-Star Hotel in Clydebank is a leading Conference Centre in Scotland, and the only Scottish member of the UK’s Venues of Excellence and the International Association of Conference Centres.
By demonstrating their exceptional service levels, adherence to health and safety and commitment to responsible business practices, the Conference Hotel will now feature as one of the MIA’s respected members.
Commercial and Logistics Director of the Conference Hotel, Denis Flanagan, said: “We are delighted to have received this accreditation and to have joined such an important association.
“The AIM accreditation with the Meetings Industry Association is the UK’s nationally recognised standard for service providers in the meetings, conferences and events industry.
“At the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel, we are committed to offering an innovative state-of-the-art meeting and events environment while being underpinned with a 4 star Hotel service. With this accreditation, meeting bookers can immediately feel confident that our dedicated and experienced professionals will provide an exceptional experience for all of their clients and attendees.”
To become AIM Secure accredited, organisations must achieve at least 60% of the criteria including quality of meeting and events facilities, commitment to delivering a healthy and hygienic space and obligation to protecting the environment.
To book your conference or event at the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel, visit https://www.goldenjubileehotel.com/conferences/ or call 0141 951 6006
To find out more about the Meetings Industry Association, visit https://www.mia-uk.org/
The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel is delighted to announce that they are taking part in the warm places initiative to support the local community.
The 4 star hotel, based in West Dunbartonshire, has signed up for the initiative to allow anyone in need of warmth and community to go to a dedicated warm space to share with others.
Denis Flanagan, Commercial and Logistics Director for the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel commented: “As an NHS owned facility and a local employer, we felt it was the right thing to do to offer further support in any way we can.
“With the recent bitter cold temperatures, along with the well documented rise in energy bills, by giving people access to a warm place and a sense of community when they need it most, we can hopefully help those in need in our local area this holiday season.”
NHS Golden Jubilee staff have a track record of supporting West Dunbartonshire initiatives and charities. This year this has included staff from across the organisation have come together and generously donated over £430 to the West Dunbartonshire Community Foodshare.
Many staff have also been gathering donations and contributing gifts to the Glasgow Spirit of Christmas Campaign. This includes toys, books, toiletries, clothing and more, all of which will be gifted to children across the local community this Christmas.
Several gift donations have also been made to the Clyde 1 Mission Christmas for Cash for Kids, an initiative that helps children living in poverty celebrate Christmas with food, heating and small gifts.
Gordon James, Chief Executive of NHS Golden Jubilee, added: “At NHS Golden Jubilee, compassion is one of our values and we have a responsibility to look after not only our patients, staff and visitors, but also our local community.
“If taking part in the Warm Places initiative helps the health and wellbeing of just one person, then we have made a difference.”
For more information, or to find a Warm Space near you, please visit: warmspaces.org