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Where are the world’s cleanest hotels?

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Survey pinpoints best luxury properties and brands
Four Seasons is the world’s favourite luxury hotel group, according to hotel guest intelligence consultants ReviewPro, which scanned more than 2.7 million luxury hotel reviews.
The survey also analysed performance in specific categories – service, value, cleanliness, rooms and location – and found that Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons near Oxford and The Langham Chicago were the cleanest hotels in the world according to reviewers, both scoring 99.6% in that category.
ReviewPro’s Top Luxury Hotel & Brand Report assessed customer feedback across 175 OTAs and review sites in 45 languages, to see which hotels get the best overall rating, evaluating opinions on 2,690 properties.
The reviews represent 159 luxury brands worldwide and ReviewPro’s rankings are based on its Global Review Index (GRI), an online reputation score calculated from guest reviews.
Four Seasons gained a GRI score of 93.2%, making it the best performing ‘large luxury brand’ (with 20 hotels or more), while Library Hotel Collection, with a GRI of 96.1%, was the best performing ‘small luxury brand’.
Others in the top 10 large brands are Mandarin Oriental, Belmond, Park Hyatt, St Regis, Anantara, Conrad and Banyan Tree. Those in the top 10 small brands include Oetker Collection, Innotality, Spicers Retreats, GHM, Constance, Oberoi, Montage, Capella and The Peninsula.
Belmond Palacio Nazarenas in Cuzco and Spicers Peak Lodge in Maryvale, Queensland, are the best performing individual properties, both with a GRI of 98.1%.
Others are Las Ventanas al Paraiso, A Rosewood Resort; The Oberoi Vanyavilas Ranthambhore; The Privilege Floor @Lotus Blanc; Aria Hotel Budapest; Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons; Cocoa Island by COMO; Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru; and Kempinski Hotel Cathedral Square in Vilnius.
TTG Digital

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