The winners from the 2021 Altos Awards [Credit: AltoVita]

AltoVita announces winners at the 2021 Altos Awards

London: Flexible furnished housing company AltoVita, which delivers cloud-based enterprise software with a human-centric approach, has announced the winners of The Altos: the 2nd annual Global Corporate Home Awards.

Hosted at The Wellington in London, UK, and in partnership with ShortTermRentalz and Serviced Apartment News, The Altos are dedicated to hospitality operators of corporate housing accommodations. The awards brought together professionals and teams across the industry to celebrate innovation and the sector’s resilience after a tough two years.

The awards were judged by a range of industry experts, including George Westwell, former CEO at Cheval Collection; Simon Lehmann, CEO and Co-Founder of AJL Atelier, and Chantal Noble Haldorsen, VC Lead at Certares Management, with the individual Hospitality Professional award voted for by the public.

The Altos winners are as followed:

● Best Home Design – STAY Camden

● Best Sustainability & CSR Initiatives – Lamington Group, room2 Chiswick

● Best Innovative Use of Technology – Charles Hope Apartments

● Best Family Friendly Home – Tempd

● Best Work-from-Anywhere Home – Blueground

● Diversity & Inclusion Award – Furnished Quarters

● Best Hospitality Operator Company – North America – dluxSuites

● Best Hospitality Operator Company – Europe – UnderTheDoormat

● Best Hospitality Operator Company – Middle East & Africa – Nox Rentals

● Best Hospitality Operator Company – APAC – The Urban Butler

● Best Hospitality Operator Company – LATAM – Oasis Collections

● Hospitality Professional of the Year – Anshul V Mehta

● Excellence in Safety & Security – Breezeway

Vivi Cahyadi Himmel, co-founder and CEO of AltoVita, said: “It was fantastic to bring together our industry for an evening of celebration at The Altos. It’s been a difficult couple of years for the hospitality and corporate home industry, so it was a joy to toast to the sector’s resilience and innovation.

“A huge thank you to our brilliant judges and everyone who came together to make this event a success. We look forward to seeing the growth and creativity of the industry over the next year, and welcoming everyone back at next year’s event,” she added.

It was the second edition of AltoVita’s Global Corporate Home Awards, after holding them virtually in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Founded in 2018 to make the relocation experience more seamless and stress-free, AltoVita aims to deliver cloud-based & duty of care compliant accommodation, including private and serviced apartments, villas and homes worldwide. Its fast-growing global footprint currently spans 165 countries and 956 cities.

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