Bli Bli House vying for hosted accommodation award
BLI Bli House will join 11 other Coast tourism operators competing against the state's best at this year's annual Queensland Tourism Awards, hosted by the Queensland Tourism Industry Council, on Friday.
The historic hotel is in the running for best hosted accommodation and is one of more than 160 businesses nominated from across the state in this year's awards.
Bli Bli House owners Phil and Merryl Greenbury said theirs was a multi-award-winning tourism business which stood alongside the best on the Coast. Operating for six years, the five-star boutique hotel specifically caters for couples seeking unique romantic getaways.
"Bli Bli House is a masterpiece of Victorian elegance situated in the heart of the Sunshine Coast,” Mr Greenbury said.
"We offer a personalised and customised experience for every guest who will enjoy amazing food, fine wine, old fashioned hospitality and a stay to remember.”
Gold, silver and bronze placegetters, , along with the new RACQ People's Choice Award, will be announced in Brisbane.
Queensland Tourism Award 2017 nominees from the Sunshine Coast region are: Australia Zoo; Best Western Plus Lake Kawana Hotel; Bli Bli House; Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve - Rainforest Discovery Centre; Narrows Escape Rainforest Retreat; Noosa Beach House Peter Kuruvita; Oaks Oasis Resort; RACV Noosa Resort; Rivershore Resort; Spicers Clovelly Estate; The Long Apron at Spicers Clovelly Estate; and Tourism Noosa 2016-2017 Destination Marketing Program.