I Prefer Hotel Rewards is focused on flexibility for members, offering personalised rewards, points, tier status and special benefits upon every eligible stay.
Coming at a pivotal moment as travel restrictions start to ease across Europe, these promotions will fuel continued growth and exposure for the company, its brands, and its diverse member hotels.
The brand invites travel advisors to discover and plan adventures for their clients that align with sustainable travel values and aspirations through a variety of intuitive platforms, tools and experiences.
Jonathan Newbury brings 30 years of independent hotel experience to his new position, which carries the responsibility to drive the strategic direction and evolution of the Preferred brand in the region.
Preferred Hotels & Resorts has unveiled a new benefit for valued members of its I Prefer Hotel Rewards programme with the introduction of I Prefer Auctions.
Driven by purpose, the new brand represents a steadfast commitment to build a better and brighter future for travel in a way that also helps to protect the planet for future generations.
With the launch of the XR SmartStudio, Royal Lancaster London is seeking to reinvent hospitality for the digital age. Here Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, chats with general manager, Sally Beck, to find out more
Caroline Klein will also serve as chief communications officer of sister division, PHG Consulting, a global travel and tourism marketing and consulting agency.
In her new role, Brenda Collin will oversee a regional team to ensure the success and retention of more than 125 member properties based across an expanded region.
These recent additions mark 39 new member hotels to join the global portfolio thus far this year – a strong indication that more owners and operators are going independent.
Newly opened Villa Copenhagen is seeking to ride out the Covid-19 pandemic to create an enduring hospitality institution in the Danish capital. Here Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, finds out more
Housed in the century-old Danish Post and Telegraph office, adjacent to Tivoli Gardens, the 390-room Villa Copenhagen is a Grande Dame hotel for the 21st century.