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Another week, another major hotel partnership for 2019! We are absolutely thrilled to welcome Iconic Luxury Hotels to Room to Reward. Lygon Arms have been a partner for a while and now Cliveden House, 11 Cadogan Arms and Chewton Glen have joined R2R. Read all about our partnership with these stunning properties below!
Room to Reward are delighted to announce a new partnership with the award-winning Iconic Luxury Hotels which will see all 4 properties join the unique charity.
Cliveden House, Chewton Glen and 11 Cadogan Gardens join existing partner The Lygon Arms as part of the initiative, which gives complimentary breaks in unsold rooms to Hidden Heroes from the charity sector.
Adam Terpening – Charity Director of Room to Reward – said: “We are absolutely thrilled to have the rest of the Iconic Luxury Hotels collection join our scheme. These four stunning properties give the Hidden Heroes a fantastic choice and also demonstrate that Room to Reward is a simple initiative that works for the very best hotels. We are hugely grateful for this wonderful support.”
Cliveden House was the venue of choice for Meghan Markle before her wedding to Prince Harry and life at the hotel was also documented in the popular ‘A Very British Country House’ television series on Channel Four in 2018.
Andrew Stembridge, Executive Director of Iconic Luxury Hotels said: “We are delighted to be part of this brilliant charity. Room to Reward is such a simple way to put rooms that would otherwise sit empty to great use. It’s an easy thing for hoteliers to be part of and we look forward to welcoming our first Hidden Hero.”
Last year, the hotel industry donated approximately £150,000 worth of breaks in unsold rooms to inspirational individuals from the charity sector.
“The response of these wonderful people and the impact a Room to Reward break has on them is humbling and very special,” said Mr. Terpening. “Every day, we read amazing stories of people who really make a difference. The support of our hotel partners enables us to have the privilege of saying ‘thank you’ to them.”