Welcome to the Travel Media Awards 2022, in association with Morocco, the Kingdom of Light

In a ceremony attended by the UK’s top travel media, travel industry operators and suppliers, the winners of the 2022 Travel Media Awards were announced at The Dorchester on 26 September. The packed event saw 22 publications, broadcasters, journalists and photographers each honoured with a prestigious award.

The Travel Media Awards is widely recognised as the premier awards event in travel media, and the only UK national awards exclusively recognising excellence and achievement across all forms of media.

2022 Winners

A word from our guests…

“My favourite networking event of the year is the Travel Media Awards. It’s the one event of the year where leading editors of nearly all national media and trade titles and some of the most high profile digital influencers, photographers and broadcasters come together. It’s a celebration of travel media talent with everyone in one room — fantastic networking and great fun too!”

Rachel O’Reilly, Head of Communications, Kuoni

Travel Media Awards 2019
Natalie Eales, Sandals

“The Travel Media Awards is one of the events in the calendar that I look forward to the most. It is one of the most well attended travel functions of the year and not only allows me to catch up with industry colleagues but it’s also a great opportunity to make new contacts with a prestigious list of top tier attendees. Plus, it’s always nice to raise a glass or two to celebrate writer’s achievements in good company.”

Natalie Eales, Head of PR, UK & Europe, Sandals

“In sparkling surrounds, we all wait with bated breath to find out the winners of Travel Media Awards, which have come to represent a real benchmark of performance in the industry. The awards’ night represents all that we have missed over the last year or so: catching up with colleagues in person, chinking glasses, toasting friends, celebrating as a throng.”

Michelle Jana Chan, Travel Editor, Vanity Fair

Michelle Jana Chan, Travel Editor, Vanity Fair