Forty-five independent luxury-level meeting and incentive-focused hotels and resorts, located outside of North America, have been added to Associated Luxury Hotels International’s (ALHI) global portfolio.
The new members were hand-selected from the membership of ALHI’s sister company Worldhotels. Each hotel fits the ALHI quality requirements and specializes in hosting meetings, conventions and/or incentive programs, and are located in an attractive destination for meetings and incentive travel.
Exterior, Tivoli Hotel, Copenhagen, Denmark
Exterior entrance, Royal Garden Hotel, London. Photo by Adrian Houston Limited.
Rooftop swimming pool, Harbour Grand Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
“We’ve added these 45 exceptional hotels and resorts to our distinguished portfolio in response to the demand we’ve been experiencing from meeting, convention and incentive professionals for more luxury-level hotels and resorts around the world,” said Mark Sergot, chief sales officer, ALHI. “ALHI now offers more than 250 outstanding hotel and resort options in 63 countries, with an impressive and diverse variety of destinations across North America as well as London, Tokyo, Sydney, Rome and Buenos Aires. We look forward to showcasing these terrific hotels and resorts, and their destinations, to the meetings and incentive marketplace.”
Among the exceptional new member hotels in Europe are the 679-room Tivoli Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark; Grand Hotel Karel V Utrecht, offering 121 rooms in Utrecht, The Netherlands; and the 394-room Royal Garden Hotel in London, United Kingdom.
New member hotels in Asia Pacific include Harbour Grand Kowloon, featuring 553 rooms in Hong Kong, China; and the 233-room Goodwood Park Hotel in Singapore, Singapore.
New options in South America range from the 314-room Panamericano Buenos Aires in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to the 236-room Hotel Oro Verde Guayaquil in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
In addition, ALHI opened a new global sales office
in London last month. It is the company’s first office in Europe.