Le Club membership accesses Higher Living Concierge

enjoy 10,000 villas, chalets, apartments and historic homes

  • 08-Apr-18

(April 8, 2018) onefinestay , the world's leading luxury private rental brand, has now enabled members of Le Club AccorHotels (LCAH) to spend their points on its portfolio of residences. The 42 million LCAH card holders can now discover, book and enjoy 10,000 villas, chalets, apartments and historic homes, hand-selected by onefinestay , in 200 destinations around the world.

This means that Le Club cardholders can select to spend points like cash on booking stays with onefinestay , coordinating stays with Travel Advisors or via the site, and when a stay has been booked, Le Club members will be granted access to onefinestay’s Higher Living concierge service, further extending their membership benefits.

This new program further integrates onefinestay into the larger AccorHotels family, creating a special service that meets a growing customer segment that frequently travels for both business and leisure, and wants to stay in both hotels and private rentals.

"This unique synergy significantly expands the scope of potential customers for onefinestay and our network of owners, "says Javier Cédillo-Espin, CEO of onefinestay . “This is a new step towards the complementarity of the hotel industry and private rentals, and emblematic of AccorHotels’ leadership in the space."

About onefinestay

onefinestay is the leading luxury private rental brand that redefines hospitality for discerning travellers by offering individualised stays and services in carefully curated homes all around the world. onefinestay’s portfolio includes more than 10,000 of the best homes - beachside villas, mountain chalets, historic country mansions – all around the world. With each stay, onefinestay guarantees professional service and individualised experiences, delivered by a dedicated team of Travel Advisors and a network of partners across over 200 destinations.

For more information visit: http://www.onefinestay.com

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