The Londoner to open with TravelClick services

The Londoner will be able to use advanced insights gleaned from guests’ journeys and preferences to personalize the travelers’ experience and help grow guest retention. Photo credit: TravelClick

The Londoner, the latest project by privately owned hotel group Edwardian Hotels London, opening in London’s Leicester Square in June 2020, has signed a multiyear deal with TravelClick for services. This is Edwardian Hotels London’s first standalone hotel to be part of TravelClick’s marketing and distribution services and solutions. This deal strengthens TravelClick’s existing partnership with Edwardian Hotels London following a 41-year agreement with the group that was signed in 2013. With the opening of The Londoner, Edwardian Hotels London extends its overall contract with TravelClick to 50 years.
 
The Londoner will open with 350 guestrooms and suites and a tower penthouse with panoramic views; two private screening rooms; a mix of six concept eateries, bars and a tavern, including alfresco dining on the ground floor and a contemporary Japanese lounge bar with a rooftop terrace and fire pit; plus a ballroom, a variety of meeting spaces and a gym and spa.
 
The TravelClick offerings—a central-reservation system with full distribution; website; search engine optimization; digital media; global distribution system media; VoicePro; sales and catering; and Consortia—will provide hotels with distribution, booking, sales and marketing capabilities while maintaining a strong sense of individuality and independence.
  
“The Londoner is a significant venture for the group, creating new standards for contemporary luxury hotels in our key market,” Inderneel Singh, director, Edwardian Hotels London, said in a statement. 

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