Northcote joins Preferred Hotels & Resorts

18 July 2019 by
Northcote joins Preferred Hotels & Resorts

Northcote has joined Preferred Hotels & Resorts' LVX Collection, joining its sister hotel the Stafford London, a member of the consortium's Legend Collection.

Preferred's LVX Collection is described as "exceptional properties in vibrant cities and resort destinations", featuring the "finest accommodation" and "attentive and engaging personal service".

The four-red-AA-star, 26-bedroom luxury boutique hotel in Langho, which has a Michelin-starred restaurant headed by executive chef Lisa Goodwin-Allen, is part of the Stafford Collection, having been bought earlier this year by the Stafford's owner Britannia Hospitality. The Lancashire hotel is also a member of the Pride of Britain consortium.

Stuart Procter, chief operating officer of the Stafford Collection, said: "Through this prestigious partnership, our guests and travel partners will benefit from Preferred's global suite of enhanced offerings including the latest technology and a global network of travel sales experts."

Brenda Collin, managing director for the UK, Ireland, Nordics and the Netherlands at Preferred Hotels & Resorts, added: "We are thrilled to welcome Northcote to the Preferred Hotels & Resorts' global family and we look forward to nurturing a strong partnership based on the mutual values we share, endorsing authentic, independent, and experiential travel."

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