Broome’s Cable Beach Club has been named the best regional accommodation option in the State at the 2022 Australian Hotels Association Accommodation Awards for Excellence. Presented at the Devil’s Lair Gala Ball, attended by WA Premier Mark McGowan and a range of industry representatives, Cable Beach Club joined Kalgoorlie’s Miners Rest as the only two regional award winners. AHA WA chief executive Bradley Woods said the calibre of finalists and winners was testament to the fact that despite two years of adversity, WA’s accommodation industry has maintained an unwavering focus on excellence. “While the pandemic certainly disrupted operations and presented challenges, WA’s hotels and their dedicated staff have continued to not only maintain, but elevate, the guest experience,” he said. “WA has a rich array of quality hotels across all areas of the state, complemented by world-class hospitality offerings, ensuring we are very well placed to rebound strongly now that borders are open and travel is beginning to return to normal. “This year in particular, the awards presented us with an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the leading hospitality staff that WA’s hotels are fortunate to have in all areas of the industry. “Hospitality is largely dependent on the people delivering it and it is outstanding to see WA is home to some of the most passionate and committed professionals anywhere in the world.” Other award winners included the Ritz-Carlton Perth, who won the Deluxe Accommodation Award and QT Perth who won WA’s Best Accommodation Hotel Award. General Manager of the Westin Perth Peter Brampton won the Accommodation Industry Hall of Fame Award. In November 2021 Cable Beach Club won the Wotif.com Uniquely Aussie Awards people’s choice award for best hotel pool in WA.