Warwick Hotels and Resorts ups meetings commissions by 5 percent

The Warwick New York. Photo credit: Warwick Hotels and Resorts

While Hilton and Marriott are cutting commission rates on hotel bookings, Warwick Hotels and Resorts is taking a different approach. Warwick is offering an extra 5-percent commission, excluding taxes and gratuities, on food-and-beverage and room rentals for all meetings and incentives group professionals at seven properties throughout the United States and Bahamas. This promotion is already in effect for all new bookings, with additional benefits including 10-percent commission on room revenue, excluding taxes and gratuities.

Properties featured in the promotion are the brand’s flagship Warwick New York, the new adults-only, all-inclusive Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas as well as the Warwick Denver, Warwick San Francisco, Warwick Allerton – Chicago, Warwick Seattle and Warwick Melrose – Dallas.

Bookings made through the promotion are subject to availability, and cannot be combined with other discounts or offers. This promotion excludes taxes and gratuities.

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Warwick Hotels and Resorts launched in 1980 with the purchase of the Warwick New York, a hotel originally built by William Randolph Hearst for his Hollywood friends. Warwick Hotels & Resorts now includes more than 50 hotels, resorts and spas worldwide, located in city centers and resort destinations in the United States, Caribbean, Europe, Asia, Bali, the South Pacific, the Middle East and Africa.

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