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HotelREZ eyes UK hospitality growth

After a decade of consistent growth for the UK hotel sector, with RevPAR increasing on average 4% since 2010 and GDS agency sales increasing YOY currently by 9%, HotelREZ Hotels & Resorts is poised to celebrate its 15th anniversary by continuing to grow its portfolio.

As one of the world's largest hotel representation companies, HotelREZ has established a reputation for connecting over 1,000 independent groups, hotels and apartments to the Global Distribution System (GDS) enabling travel agencies, corporate and leisure bookers to book their properties located in over 40 countries.

Having also welcomed several serviced apartments to its portfolio in recent years, HotelREZ hopes to capitalise on the growing popularity of these types of alternative accommodation options, considered one of the fastest growing hospitality sectors.

Working in partnership with its members, HotelREZ provides the tools, tailored services and marketing support that allows their clients to increase revenue whilst reducing costs. By connecting them to agencies and bookers worldwide, it has fast established a reputation for being a user-friendly company that can helps accommodation providers compete at an international level. 

What’s more, with over 500,000 travel agents around the world using the Global Distribution Systems, and millions more bookers using the websites powered by them, HotelREZ is well placed to help their clients differentiate themselves from the competition, access a global market and grow their hotel revenue.

Mark Lewis, CEO, HotelREZ, said: “Over the last 15 years we have been helping independent groups, properties and private label clients compete worldwide, and have successfully increased their bookings whilst reducing their cost of sale by offering a personalised flexible friendly service. Thanks to our teams’ expertise and global knowledge we’ve been able to ensure our members are well placed to tap into new markets whilst staying fully independent.

Despite the economic uncertainty around Brexit, we have continued to see growth across the hospitality market, with leisure travel receiving a particular boost over the past year. We know that our systems open up new markets for our member hotels and that our team are committed to delivering the exclusive partnerships and strategic alliances that give our hotel members a competitive edge.” 

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