Sixt Wins Seven Star Global Luxury Award

Sixt has been named the best car rental company by the Seven Star Global Luxury Awards, an inaugural awards ceremony that honors international companies embodying luxury and hospitality. Estanislao de Mata Perez, managing director of Sixt’s Spanish operations, accepted the prize on behalf of the company.

Held at the Villa Padierna Palace Hotel in Marbella, Spain, the judges — associated with well-known names in the luxury and tourism industries — selected some 40 service providers, including hotels, restaurants, car rental companies, spas and travel operators.

“The success of Sixt Rent A Car, the only luxury rent a car to achieve the seal of excellence from the Seven Star Global Luxury Award 2013, is testament to the exceptional quality of service they provide, the relationships they have within the industry and the appeal they represent to the public,” said Khalil El-Mouelhy, president and founder of Seven Star Global Luxury Awards.  “This award cements their status as a world-class product.”

“We are delighted to win the Seven Star Global Luxury Award,” said Regine Sixt, president of Sixt. “It is wonderful confirmation that Sixt is also unbeatable in the luxury segment. In countless countries around the world, Sixt offers its discerning customers outstanding vehicles of the very highest quality in conjunction with first-class service.”

Sixt provides luxury services with Sixt Limousine Service and Sixt Luxury Cars.

 

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