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Hotelbeds signs preferred agreement with RedDoorz to expand portfolio in South-East Asia

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Wed, 07/21/2021 - 07:14

As a result of this deal, Hotelbeds’ clients will have access to a range of preferential rates and offers in nearly 900 RedDoorz properties across South-East Asia.

Palma, Spain – Hotelbeds, the world’s leading bedbank, has today announced a preferred partnership with RedDoorz, South-East Asia's largest and fastest-growing technology-driven hotel management and booking platform.

This agreement will provide Hotelbeds with exclusive offers and benefits for its clients at almost 900 RedDoorz properties across South-East Asia. The new deal will also offer Hotelbeds the ability to expand its portfolio for both international and domestic offerings in key destinations such as Indonesia and the Philippines.

In return, this new partnership will give RedDoorz the ability to expand its global reach by gaining access to Hotelbeds' 60,000 travel trade buyers based in more than 140 source markets worldwide, including high-value channels such as travel agents, tour operators, airlines and points redemption programmes

Jorge Cortés, Global Sourcing Director at Hotelbeds, said: “Once again we are delighted to renew our partnership with RedDoorz, South-East Asia's largest hospitality company. The Singapore-based company has over 2,000 properties in the region, of which we currently work with almost 900. We intend to further strengthen this mutually successful partnership and continue to add more of their properties to our portfolio to further enhance our offering to our clients.

“Despite the difficult environment of last year, we remain deeply committed to building the future of hospitality in South-East Asia and RedDoorz brings us closer to realising our ambitious vision in the region.”


Theodore Koumelis

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