Stelliers is the only accolade in Asia that honours the dedicated professionals of the hotel industry. The annual rendezvous is an overdue recognition bestowed upon those individuals, who are the best in their field. Our mission is not only to recognise the most talented hoteliers, but also to inspire the younger generations to pursue a career in hospitality.
Stelliers began as “The Hotelier Awards” in 2014 at The Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong before moving to the capital city of China where the Four Seasons Beijing played host. The third edition and the debut of the ASEAN competition was held at The Parisian Macao.
In 2019, “The Hotelier Awards” became “Stelliers”, the Leading Hotelier Awards Platform, celebrating the stars in the industry. The platform also expanded its portfolio to include the South Asia region, welcoming participants from Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan
Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar,
Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam
Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
"i was deeply honored to be a recipient of the inaugural hotelier awards in 2014. the platform allows us to shine a light on talented hospitality professionals".
"this is the leading hospitality industry awards ceremony in the region, led by a team of consummate professionals who run the whole show in a fun but ultra-efficient way. i am proud to be a part of it, our industry needs more of this."
the event was brilliantly organised; full of passionate people and great energy, definitely a night to remember! It was done on a big scale, yet felt very personal and that - is the magic of hospitality…
'this is an incredible event and a new concept that I think we, as a community, need to take even further.'
‘it was our biggest honour to have this recognition, not only for myself but also for the hotel and the brand.’
‘it is a fantastic platform in the industry to share and celebrate success stories.’