The TTG Travel Awards are widely regarded as being the toughest in the business to win, while the awards ceremony itself is renowned for breaking the mould. This year, we’ve listened to feedback from finalists and sponsors and made several changes to simplify the awards process, while ensuring a TTG Travel Award remains THE trophy to win in travel.
March 7 – Registration for suppliers categories opens – agents invited to enter
April 6 – Registration for suppliers closes
April 18 – Agent rating of registered suppliers opens
May 16 – Agent rating closes
May 21 – The top-rated suppliers in the supplier categories are invited to complete their written submission – cost to enter £199
June 8 – Deadline for suppliers and agents to complete their online submission forms
Mid-end June - TTG journalists review agent entrants and create shortlist
July 4 – Shortlists announced
Mid-end July - Industry panels meet to review submissions and interview Travel Company of the Year finalists
September 17 – The curtain rises on the TTG Travel Awards 2018!
The TTG Travel Awards will be heading back to West End theatreland for the fifth time in 2018. Our awards presentation takes place in the iconic Lyceum Theatre, followed by an after-party like no other just a short walk away at the beautiful Savoy hotel.
The Lyceum Theatre is a fabulous West End theatre steeped in history, on Wellington Street just between the Strand and Covent Garden.
There has been a theatre with this name in the locality since 1765 - the present site, designed by Samuel Beazley, opened on 14 July 1834 and was unique in that it had a balcony overhanging the circle.
Currently home to the West End production of The Lion King, the TTG Travel Awards one of only a select handful of other events that can call the venue home.
Situated in the heart of the West End, the Savoy is London’s defining luxury hotel. East is the City, West is Mayfair, Knightsbridge and Westminster, while on the doorstep is Covent Garden.
The Savoy’s pas has given it a unique complexion of Edwardian and Art Deco styles which endure today, authentically expressed in the hotel’s resorted design and décor.
The stars have always loved the hotel, including many early Hollywood greats such as Katharine Hepburn, Clark Gable, Sir Laurence Olivier and Marilyn Monroe – who now rank alongside the stars of the travel industry as fans of the venue!