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Corinthia Hotel London now member of Virtuoso® Hotels and Resorts Programme

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Following excellent collaboration between Corinthia Hotel London and Virtuoso® member agencies since the hotel’s opening in 2011, Corinthia London has joined the Virtuoso Hotels and Resorts Programme. This promises increased and strategic visibility and marketing opportunities for Corinthia London in North America as well as in the rapidly growing Australian and South American markets.

Virtuoso’s member travel agencies generate over US$12.5 billion annually in travel sales, making the group the most powerful luxury travel network. Virtuoso comprises 341 agencies, with more than 8,900 elite travel specialists in 20 countries in North and South America, the Caribbean, Australia and New Zealand, as well as over 1,700 of the world’s best travel providers and premier destinations.  

Virtuoso’s relationships with the finest travel companies provide the network’s affluent clientele with exclusive amenities, rare experiences and privileged access. In addition to daily English breakfast and an upgrade subject to availability, guests will also receive a generous £85 hotel credit, which can be used in The Northall Restaurant, The Northall Bar, Massimo Restaurant and Oyster Bar, Bassoon,  The Lobby Lounge and ESPA Life at Corinthia.  

Corinthia London is in good company on the Virtuoso Hotels & Resorts programme, which to date consists of more than 1,000 hotel properties in 90 countries.  

Matthew Dixon, general manager of Corinthia London, said “The Corinthia Team and I are extremely happy to announce that Corinthia London is now a Virtuoso partner, as this was one of our pre-opening goals. This acceptance into the programme is a reflection of both our fantastic product and the great service we deliver, as well as the overwhelming support we have received from Virtuoso member agencies since the hotel opened three years ago.”

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