Frankfurt, 21 March 2019 - WorldHotels recently added Linden Row Inn, Virginia, United States to its Distinctive Collection. The Distinctive Collection features upscale hotels and resorts that deliver an inviting and attainable experience in the world’s most desirable locations.
Linden Row Inn is a 70-room boutique historic hotel located in the heart of Downtown Richmond, just minutes away from all major attractions in the Capitol area. The hotel is featured on the National Register of Historic Places and is comprised of seven row houses built in the mid-1800’s, and meticulously restored over the years. Many of its guest rooms and parlour suites are furnished with antiques from the middle and late 1800’s.
“Linden Row Inn is excited to be joining WorldHotels' prestigious collection of independent hotels that strive to provide stellar service and an authentic local experience. We look forward to welcoming guests loyal to the WorldHotels family to Linden Row while offering our guests with a connection to a community of unique upscale and luxury hotels around the globe", said Vishal Savani, Managing Partner at Linden Row Inn,
“It is a pleasure to welcome Linden Row Inn to our portfolio. Linden Row Inn joins us at a very exciting time, as we will shortly reveal our new loyalty program. This beautiful boutique hotel is a great addition to our existing portfolio, it offers its guests a true localized experience”, said Geoff Andrew, CEO of WorldHotels. “We are strategically developing our portfolio to add new key destinations and reinforce destinations with high potential. The United States is and has always been a very important market for WorldHotels.”
WorldHotels aims to add more hotels in the United States this year and focuses on high-demand destinations. The group offers hotels the exposure and commercial strength of an international chain, whilst leaving them full operational freedom. In addition to that, hotels rely on WorldHotels’ global sales office footprint to help them expand their international reach. In order to become part of the global WorldHotels portfolio, hotels must meet the group’s high-quality standards.