Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH), represented by ISA Tourism in India, organised ‘Key Partners Meet’ in Mumbai and Delhi, to grow the number of Indian guests at its properties.
Represented by ISA Tourism in India, Small Luxury Hotels of the World has member hotels in over 80 countries, with more than 100 hotels in Asia Pacific itself. With a focus on boosting SLH’s brand awareness with the travel trade and driving reservations from the luxury outbound travel market and generate leads for small corporate meetings and leisure groups, it recently conducted ‘Key Partners Meet’ in Mumbai and New Delhi. During the event, travel consultants got a chance to gain valuable insights on destinations, niche accommodation, as well as unique activities that are not easily accessible to a casual browser or end customer planning a trip.
Speaking at the occasion, Mark Wong, Vice President Asia Pacific, SLH, said, “The meet is also aimed to educate partners about new SLH-affiliated hotels and update them on the channels of bookings. It is important for us to enhance our local sales presence and provide better customer service to our travel partners.”
During the event, three SLH properties were also presented by their representatives. These included The Fortress Resort & Spa in Galle, Sri Lanka; Twinpalms Resort Phuket and Twinpalms Resort Mont Azure at Phuket; and Pimalai Resort and Spa in Koh Lanta (near Krabi), Thailand. The newly-opened The Outpost Hotel Sentosa, Singapore, also an SLH-affiliated hotel, was represented by the team of ISA Tourism. Manas Sinha, Director, ISA Tourism and India Representative for SLH, said, “Imparting and sharing the right knowledge with progressive travel partners is one of the key activities for 2019-20. We are also looking at boutique and luxury hotels and resorts in India.”