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.
Preferred Hotel Group has acquired Beyond Green Travel, a provider of sustainable tourism services and consulting, founded by global sustainability expert Costas Christ.
Travelling with Crillon Tours, Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole takes the trip of a lifetime to Lake Titicaca. Journeying from La Paz in Bolivia, the route takes him through Copacabana before stopping off on Sun Island in the centre of the lake. Find out more…
Dropping into Hotel Europa for the night ahead of a visit to Lake Titicaca, Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole finds a welcome oasis amid the hubbub of La Paz, commercial capital of Bolivia
Preferred Hotels & Resorts will launch International Pineapple Week tomorrow, a multi-channel celebration of the symbolism behind its logo, the pineapple.
With careful consideration to the balance of form and function, the new visual forward, fully-responsive website has been deftly designed to draw more qualified traffic and make a quick, impactful connection between travellers and the brand’s global portfolio of 700 independent hotels worldwide.
Since joining the company in 2004, Lindsey Ueberroth has worked to solidify Preferred Hotels & Resorts’ position as an internationally recognised hospitality brand, a champion for independent hoteliers, and a trusted resource for travellers seeking independent luxury hotel experiences worldwide. Here, she speaks to Breaking Travel News about the company’s legacy and expansion
Opening in March of 2019 in Oslo, the old Norwegian American Line building is being transformed into a small urban boutique hotel called Amerikalinjen.