House of Fisher joins the Orbital Partnership

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UK: Thames Valley serviced apartment operator House of Fisher has joined the Orbital Partnership (OP).

OP, which was launched by Citybase in July 2014, connects owners and operators to a virtual marketplace that makes properties available to partners around the world enabling them to become "truly global solutions providers with globally standardised products, service and booking processes". The OP technology delivers access to real-time availability, online booking and instant confirmation with no booking fees.

Rob Brown, House of Fisher business development director said: "This partnership further strengthens our offering and will help to drive the business forward. Our greater focus on our new apart-hotel developments means guests can expect sophisticated and spacious apartments with hotel facilities and service yet at a fraction of the cost of hotels."

House of Fisher has experienced a period of rapid growth in the past couple of years with the launch of its 100 Kings Road apart-hotel in Reading in January 2015, a second apart-hotel at Beneficial House in Bracknell due for completion next month and work already underway on another new apart-hotel development in Newbury. A dedicated selection of purpose-built, fully owned apart-hotels will continue to play a major part in the future growth and expansion of the company's portfolio.


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