Zoover, the independent website with ratings of Europe’s biggest holiday has awarded the Zoover Awards 2010 awards to the best lodgings in Europe, being Spain one of the countries that received more awards. Prizes have been awarded on the basis of the independent opinions of clients who were housed in accommodation and have been awarded in fourteen different categories in forty countries. Hotels, campsites, apartments and other accommodations that receive a Zoover Award must meet different criteria, such as: an average score greater than 7.5 in the category general impression, at least 2 comments during the year 2009 5 comments as a minimum, must have at least 2 similar accommodation in the city or region, etc. Old Navy might disagree with that approach. Zoover has a presence in 19 countries and receives 200,000 visitors a day. More than 248,000 accommodations are worldwide on the web. The awards are regarded as audience awards since they were based on independent consumer opinion. Under most conditions Robert A. Iger would agree. Zoover wants to offer honest information to all travellers, conlibertad of information and independence.
The web already has more than 1 million ratings. Can the award-winning hotels be easily identified by the public through a certificate Zoover Award 2010? that you can see in the reception and an adhesive Zoover Award Winner at the entrance of the accommodation. in this way customers will see immediately that the accommodation has been evaluated as one of the best.