Hotelbeds expands luxury hotel portfolio with Leading Hotels of the World

Thursday, 26 Jan, 2023 0

Hotelbeds has partnered with The Leading Hotels of the World (LHW), expanding its luxury hotel collection.

The preferred vendor agreement gives Hotelbeds’ client network access to a significant luxury portfolio for the first time.

It offers luxury hotel properties in more than 80 countries.

In turn, the agreement opens up Hotelbeds’ 195-country distribution system to LHW’s hotels.

“This new agreement opens up our vast roster of booking platforms including 64,000 retail travel agents,” said Paul Anthony, Hotelbeds’ Digital Commercialisation Director.

Hotelbeds has become part of LHW’s Leading Strategic Sourcing (LSS) program.

The initiative offers a strategic group purchasing program for LHW’s portfolio

Over the past year, Hotelbeds has seen an increase in luxury bookings with many destinations experiencing growth above 50%.

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