The Lancaster London joins the Preferred Hotel Group's Summit brand

02 February 2010 by
The Lancaster London joins the Preferred Hotel Group's Summit brand

The 416-bedroom Lancaster London hotel has joined the Summit Hotels & Resorts brand, part of the Preferred Hotel Group.

Situated adjacent to Hyde Park, London, the hotel was previously a member of Concorde Hotels & Resorts.

The Preferred Hotel Group currently provides sales, marketing and technology solutions to more than 700 independent hotels and resorts in over 75 countries, across five brands.

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