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Same day luggage transfer service available at Marlin Apartments with Airportr

Marlin Apartments, the leading serviced apartment provider in the UK has announced its partnership with AirPortr, the premium luggage delivery service to make same day luggage transfer available to its guests.

Following its recent collaboration with Tink Labs to combine free smartphone service with a digital concierge, Marlin has entered into a partnership with AirPortr to make personal luggage transfer service available at all its six London properties. Guests can now arrange their luggage to be transferred to and from their Marlin concierge and three London airports including London Heathrow, Gatwick and City Airport.

Without any weight or size restrictions, guest luggage can be delivered to the desired location within hours from £10, and a GPS real-time tracker is in place to allow guests to receive the latest update on their delivery status. AirPortr has its concierges in place at all three airports to assist with those who ordered a collection from the airport.

Managing Director of Marlin Apartments, Susan Cully said: “We are excited to offer our guests a real time saving travel solution through our partnership with AirPortr. The door-to-door luggage transfer service is going to be a great add-on for our guests. Whether they are travelling for business or leisure, this is going to allow them for some extra time to explore the city or complete any unfinished business with a peace of mind.”



CEO of AirPortr, Randel Darby commented: “We are delighted to announce that our on-demand luggage delivery service AirPortr will be working in partnership with Marlin Apartments to provide storage solutions and bag-free travel to and from London’s airports, for their corporate and leisure clients.”

“This great added value service allows guests to make the most of their precious time in London without being weighed down by their bags, or having them dictate their itinerary,” continued Darby.

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