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Luxury Hoteliers Sign Marketing Agreements with TATC

The Affluent Traveler
The Affluent Traveler

The Affluent Traveler Collection (TATC), the marketing group for luxury travel advisors owned by American Marketing Group (which also owns Travelsavers), has signed marketing agreements with several high-profile hoteliers around the globe.

Joining the group’s preferred supplier partners are: Hotel Le Crillon, The Cosmopolitan, Ritz-Carlton Central Park, Ritz-Carlton Battery Park, The Setai, Vail Mountain Lodge & Spa, Rayavadee, Elounda Mare Hotel, The Breakers, Taj Boston, El Conquistador Resort, Grand Cayman Beach Suites, Nisbet Plantation Beach Club, The Reefs Hotel & Club, and The Sacher.

“We welcome each of these world-class hoteliers to our organisation,” said Thomas Hayden, TATC’s Senior Vice President of Global Luxury Sales. “They are all leaders in upscale travel and provide the types of memorable and personalised experiences that sophisticated travelers expect. Our Affluent Traveler Collection agencies will have full confidence in recommending their products to their luxury-focused clientele.”

Exclusive promotions and marketing initiatives have been negotiated with these handpicked hoteliers on behalf of the luxury travel advisors who belong to The Affluent Traveler Collection.

Giuseppe Di Palma, Director of Leisure Sales North America for Concorde Hotels & Resorts (which manages Hotel Le Crillon), said: “As one of the world’s leading international hotel brands, this alliance is a perfect match due to the global reach of TATC’s agency members. Also, with the new focus that The Affluent Traveler magazine is placing on ‘haute cuisine’, we hope to attract fine dining enthusiasts who use this magazine as a guide to luxury travel. The consumer element of a high-end publication is a tool that we look forward to achieving results from using a distribution channel we never found before.”

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