AccorHotels honored everyday heroes – men and women, such as social workers, volunteers, firefighters, nurses and teachers – who work each day to serve their communities, by inviting them in more than 2,000 establishments around the world, including over 500 hotels in Asia Pacific and 53 hotels in India.
This global event is an opportunity for the group and its more than 250,000 employees to thank the people who are committed to serving their communities by sharing a moment with them around a breakfast, a barbecue, a concert, or even by inviting them to stay the night as our guests.
In India, a ‘Lunch of Honor’ was organised at various hotels for their selected unsung heroes. Sofitel Mumbai BKC recognized the significant efforts of P.N. Chavan, Police Naik and Nilesh Gawande, Police Traffic Constable of Mumbai. The luxury hotel saluted the services of Chavan who oversees the security of guests and ambassadors alike.
On the other hand, Gawande, a police traffic constable ensures that we reach our destination safely and on time, hence he has been recognized for his work done in his field.
Biswajit Chakraborty, General Manager, Sofitel Mumbai BKC said, “This initiative is important to felicitate the real heroes of our society. We at Sofitel Mumbai BKC take pride to honour our Unsung Heroes. Their job is unpredictable and in majority of circumstances, exhausting and tiring. Each of their substantial contributions deserves to be acknowledged that often go unnoticed.”