UK’s Alveston House Hotel joins Magnuson Hotels
April 11, 2011
The Award Winning Alveston House Hotel near Bristol UK has joined global hotel group Magnuson Hotels to boost online presence and attract potential customers.
Magnuson Hotels, the world’s largest independent hotel group, and one of the top 8 global hotel chains represents nearly 2,000 UK and North American hotel properties, including nearly 100 UK hotels. Affiliation with Magnuson offers Alveston House low cost access 24/7 personal marketing services and corporate, group, government and international bookings via Magnuson’s GDS (global distribution channels).
“Joining with Magnuson Hotels allows Alveston House Hotel to remain fully independent and privately owned. This gives us the freedom to provide guests with the level of service they deserve, without the restrictions often experienced in the larger chains,” stated owner Julie Camm. “We’ve grown our business for 30 years by delivering outstanding service in everything we do. Our staff is genuinely friendly, professional and dedicated to providing 5 star service.”
Awarded “Best Small Hotel of the Year 2010” by Bristol Hospitality Forum and recipient of the AA Rosette Award for their restaurant “Carriages”, Alveston House Hotel offers a warm welcome with superb service and facilities. This Magnuson Hotels affiliate is just minutes to Bristol, the Thornbury Gold Center, Bristol Zoo, the SS Great Britain and Berkeley Castle. Guests will enjoy a full English breakfast in addition to continental breakfast each morning, superb menu at Carriages restaurant, refreshments in the bar, beautiful walled gardens and conference facilities.
About Magnuson Hotels, the fastest growing hotel chain in history.
In only eight years, Magnuson Hotels has become the world’s largest independent hotel group, representing nearly 2,000 UK and North American hotels with assets in excess of $5.5 Billion. One of the top 8 global hotel chains, Magnuson Hotels is the #1 Hotel Company of Inc. Magazine’s 5,000 fastest growing private U.S. companies.