Wotif Group to Distribute Frasers Hospitality Apartments

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 12 January 2010

Wotif Group has signed an agreement with Frasers Hospitality, a premier global serviced residence owner and management company, to distribute all serviced apartments under the four brands, Fraser Suites, Fraser Place, Fraser Residence and Fraser Resorts.

Frasers Hospitalitys more than 4,000 apartments in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Middle East will now be available on Wotif Groups five hotel and travel booking services in Asia Pacific, providing Frasers Hospitalitys new and existing properties with exposure to the  bookers that frequent the Wotif Group websites every month.

Currently Frasers Hospitality has serviced apartments located in gateway cities in Asia Pacific, such as Singapore, Bangkok, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Seoul, Shanghai, Sydney and Tokyo, as well as Paris, London, Edinburgh and Glasgow in Europe. New property projects are currently underway in the Middle East, and in over ten destinations in the Asia Pacific region.

Joanne Ang, Group Director, Sales & Marketing of Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd, said, Its a very exciting time for Frasers Hospitality as we expand across the world. Aside from our hotel developments, it is also vital for us to tap into key partnerships that will help us establish our brand more strongly in Asia Pacific, which constitutes a major part of our business. Wotif Group, with its strong regional presence, collaborative style and innovative marketing approach toward different audience segments, is an ideal partner for us to achieve this aim.

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