AAA Auto Club South recently awarded the Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort with a 2010 Four Diamond Award designation.
AAA Four Diamond Award® winners represent the upper echelon of the hospitality industry and make up 3.5 percent of the 58,000 AAA/CAA Diamond Rated lodgings and restaurants throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
“Four and Five Diamond lodgings and restaurants represent the best the hospitality industry has to offer,” said David Pojero, AAA area executive, Southwest Florida. “These properties consistently deliver a high level of personal comfort and attention to every guest. To achieve and maintain these ratings is a commendable accomplishment, and we are honored to present the Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort with a Four Diamond Award designation for 2010.”
AAA’s Diamond Rating System is the only ratings system that covers all of North America and one of only two that conduct physical, on-site evaluations. It is the only system that uses full-time, professionally trained evaluators to inspect each property on an annual basis using a set of guidelines that are made available to all establishments.
AAA evaluates more properties than any other rating entity. Additionally, AAA provides travelers the opportunity to post comments about their experiences at AAA Approved and Diamond Rated establishments at AAA.com. Information about AAA Diamond Ratings and the complete 2009 Four and Five Diamond Award winners’ lists are accessible at HYPERLINK “http://www.aaa.com/Diamonds” www.AAA.com/Diamonds. Travelers can access detailed listings and photos of Diamond Rated hotels and restaurants by location on www.AAA.com
AAA Auto Club South is the third largest affiliate of AAA, with 78 branch offices serving more than 4.1 million members in Florida, Georgia, West and Middle Tennessee, and Puerto Rico. Since its founding in 1938, AAA Auto Club South has worked to protect and advance freedom of mobility and improve travel safety.