Hospitality First have today announced that they will be launching a new website offering customers the best rates and packages for hotels. The new venture, HotelFeature.co.uk, will be launching on the 28th September, 2017.
According to PwC, the regional hotel sector is still experiencing growth, despite the forecast of economic unpredictability for 2017. An increase in so called 'staycations' and domestic travel is set to boost the UK hotel industry, and the drop in value of the pound will see the UK's tourism industry increase.
Not wanting to miss out on their slice of the pie, Hospitality First have set-up their new website, HotelFeature.co.uk in order to promote all hotels managed by Hospitality First in one place. The website will offer customers the ability to register for special offers, find exclusive deals, and the ability to book packaged deals for the best prices.
Working in conjunction with their current portfolio of hotels and their social media efforts, the website will also promote reasons why guests should choose to stay in their hotels and locations, highlighting the best sights, sounds and experiences that the UK has to offer.
Andrew Sanders, regional general manager of Hospitality First said, "We're really looking forward to the launch of HotelFeature.co.uk. We're promising to offer discounted rates at all Hospitality First managed hotels, and potential customers will be able to click through from the site to access special offers. We will also be working with local attractions at each location and include links to their websites, as well as offering packages that will include entry to these attractions - the future is looking bright, and 2018 is going to be a great year for us".
HotelFeature.co.uk is due to launch on the 28th September 2017, and the team behind the venture are aiming to develop the site over time to become a complete marketing platform for all hotels under their management. They are also looking to offer the service out to other independent hotels, many of whom find it hard to keep ahead as marketing budgets struggle compete with larger hotel chains, and give them the ability to be promoted through the site on a commissionable basis.