One week be held Fitur, Spanish hotels should be alert not to Miss bellows in web 2.0. The HolidayCheck travel portal has published its well-known ranking 99 best valued hotels of the world, and in this edition the Spanish presence has diminished sharply. Spain occupied a prominent place in the list of the HolidayCheck Award 2008 with 31 hotels, fell to 15 in 2009, while in 2010 only 6 hotels have been classified. The winners of this edition are distributed between the two archipelagos: three hotels in Gran Canary (Lopesan Costa Meloneras Resort Spa & Casino, Seaside Hotel Sandy Beach and Hotel Cordial Mogan Playa), one in Lanzarote (Hotel coasts) and two in Mallorca (Hipotels Hipocampo Playa and Blau Mediterraneo Hotel). More than 307,000 users have chosen your 99 favorite hotels between 81,000 hotels throughout the world and thereby produces the HolidayCheck Award 2010 ranking. Tourists accommodated in own establishments, decide the result of the ranking with their views. The absolute winner This edition has been Turkey with 33 award-winning hotels, Germany and Austria follow with 14 and 13 hotels respectively, and Egypt get the fourth position with 10 hotels.

Compared to these countries Spain has experienced a cold water shower to have shrunk their popularity, and however, get classified in another list of special awards where appreciates gastronomy, sports and leisure, to the Newcomer, the Editor s Choice and preferred by families. They are 5 categories – with 22 additional awards – aside from the 99 top rated hotels, where Spain stands with two awards thanks to hotel mallorquies. Special awards award-winning hotels are the Hotel are Amoixa Vell, by its gastronomic offer, and the Orient Beach, as one of the best hotels to stay in family. The awards will be handed out March 5 at Frankfurt, where will take place an international hotel meeting under the slogan tourism 2.0, the client determines its success. At this appointment the tourist industry professionals will have the opportunity of access to a seminar on the impact of web 2.0 in tourism and in which mode the feedback that customers share in the communities of travelers – both positive as negative – are transforming time choose destination and make reservations and. The deadline for registration for this event is open until January 20 and is free.