SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, 27 May. (EUROPE PRESS) –
A total of 18 companies and professionals from Puerto de la Cruz have renewed the Tourist Quality Commitment badge awarded by the Urban Development Consortium for the Tourist Rehabilitation of Puerto de la Cruz, made up of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce of the Government of the Canary Islands and the Porto City Council, in recognition of the quality of the services they provide to the population, tourists and visitors.
There are currently 25 companies and professional sectors that have the SICTED distinction (Integral System of Tourist Quality at destination in Puerto de la Cruz), which is granted through the Secretary of State for Tourism.
The awards ceremony, held at the Castillo de San Felipe, was attended by the Island Councilor for Sustainable Development and the Fight against Climate Change of the Cabildo de Tenerife, Javier Rodríguez, the Mayor of Puerto de la Cruz, Marco González, the Councilor for Tourism, Carolina Rodríguez, and the manager of the Consortium, Fermín García.
Javier Rodríguez pointed out in a note that “this type of distinctions are incentives for companies to maintain their levels in quality systems, attending, as it cannot be otherwise, to the sustainability of their proposals, something so necessary in the times that they run.”
The councilor congratulated the companies that renew their Tourist Quality badges and added that he feels “enormous pride” in being from Puerto de la Cruz and “evidencing how this system maintains its heart in the city of Puerto de la Cruz, being an example for other tourist destinations nationals”.
For his part, Mayor Marco González thanked the teamwork behind the consolidation of this distinction in so many companies and freelancers in the city, “in a joint effort by public administrations and the private sector that is becoming a reality not only the present that the city already enjoys, but also a future that has the full confidence of a tourism sector that appreciates this excellence in Puerto de la Cruz”.
These distinctions, he stressed, “are one more incentive to continue working with even more enthusiasm so that this city continues to grow as the unique destination that it is.”
The Consortium for the Rehabilitation of Puerto de la Cruz promotes these certifications to value the work and commitment to improve quality in customer service from different professional sectors: travel agencies, hotels, shops, transport, among others. others.