London Hotel Offers Online Preview


The May Fair in London is offering a new dynamic website ( to help agents market the hotel to their clients.

The site serves as a one-stop shop to view the hotel's features, and includes:

  • Comparison Calculator— A function allowing visitors to compare up to three of the hotel's 12 signature suites, with at-a-glance specifications
  • Suite fact sheets— Easy-to-read, printable fact sheets highlighting each suite's imagery, dimensions, floor plan and specifications
  • ‘Suggest a Suite' Option— The hotel's team will contact site visitors to discuss requirements in detail before offering the most appropriate option for booking
  • Images and descriptions of every room available in the hotel
  • Downloadable restaurant, bar and spa menus
  • Detailed meeting and conference room floor plan
  • Online restaurant reservations

In addition, the site features online booking, last-minute offers and hundreds of images that can give clients a taste of the hotel before they’ve decided to stay there.

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