Opened in June 2017, the One Suite Hotel delighted with its approach and story in a short time and found itself on many esteemed hotel lists from National Geographic Traveler, The Guardianian to Telegraph Travel. And now in Kiev at the International Hospitality Awards ceremony he received another recognition – the award for the best newly opened hotel in Eastern and Central Europe.The International Hospitality Award has been given every year since 2011, and valorises the best hotels according to their annual results. In the category Opening of the year, hotels opened in the past year compete and through the award they get the opportunity to present themselves to the hotel industry. The nominees were judged by an expert jury, but their votes could bring the candidates only 50% points, while the rest of the influence on the final selection of winners was brought by the guests with their ratings on Booking.com and Trust.You.com. Out of a total of 315 hotels from 21 countries, the One Suite Hotel won the “Opening of the year” category.Photo: FB One Siute HotelThe philosophy of the hotel is to offer a special experience of hospitality through a modern way of life, which implies an ecological and healthy way of thinking and acting. This concept includes solar panels, charging stations for electric vehicles, recycling to which they are dedicated in the hotel, but also a gastronomic offer based on seasonal and organic foods of local origin. The uniqueness of the hotel is its own mobile application suitable for all smart devices through which guests can open room doors, order in the room, communicate with hotel staff, open a garage, access the pool or gym, plan and book excursions, navigate all local recreational routes with help with GPS or buy souvenirs online. “The soul of this hotel are the people who are dedicated and happy to create One Suite Story on a daily basis. Praise and awards belong to them, which is why guests leave the best grades and comments“Stand out from the One Suite Hotel.One Suit hotel investment is 34,5 million kuna, of which 9,38 million kuna is non-refundable EU funds and has 18 accommodation units, 16 suites and two premium rooms with a total capacity of 64 people, and most importantly it is open all year round .