We very pleased to confirm that recently we entered into a strategic partnership with Rosewood Hotel Group.
As part of the deal Rosewood gains access to our 60,000+ travel trade buyers from more than 140 source markets worldwide, including tour operators, airlines, points redemption programs and retail travel agencies.
Meanwhile our clients gain access to preferential rates and availability across the 41 properties that form Rosewood’s portfolio in 19 countries, including in t North America, the Caribbean/Atlantic, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Rosewood is made up of three brands: the ultra-luxury Rosewood Hotels & Resorts® in North America, Caribbean/Atlantic, Europe, the Middle East and Asia; the upper-upscale New World Hotels & Resorts® in China and Southeast Asia; and KHOS™, a dynamic global business lifestyle hotel brand.
Our portfolio of 60,000+ travel trade buyers offers Rosewood access to incremental, high value bookings from non-domestic markets that typically book further in advance, pay more per room, stay for longer, cancel less and spend more in the destination.
Rosewood will distribute hotel rooms through both the Hotelbeds brand and our retail travel agent channel, which operates under the Bedsonline brand – all united under one contract.
Talking about the news, Jorge Cortés, Global Sourcing Director at Hotelbeds, commented: “Rosewood Hotel Group has become a leading international luxury hotel and resort owner-operator globally thanks to its ambitious expansion and growing presence in the global luxury hospitality arena.
“So I am certain that our 60,000 travel trade clients – all of whom will offer Rosewood mostly international, high value guests – will be very excited to gain access to special rates and availability from across Rosewood’s portfolio.”
Whilst Benjamin Banh, Vice President Field Sales and Marketing, added: “Rosewood Hotel Group’s strategic partnership with Hotelbeds gives us access to an extensive travel trade distribution network worldwide, expanding our reach to more non-domestic and high-value guests once international travel recovers.
“This complements well our efforts to build on Rosewood’s strong base of long-stay and corporate guests, and to capture accommodation demand from domestic travellers. We continue on a steady path of growth in the world’s most evocative destinations, and we look forward to working with Hotelbeds to grow incremental bookings.”