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British Hospitality Association Welcomes onefinestay To Its Membership

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The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has announced that onefinestay, the luxury hospitality pioneer offering stays in private homes is to join its membership.

As the leading brand in the luxury segment of the serviced homes market, onefinestay combines the best homes and the finest service.

Leisure and business guests stay in hand-picked distinctive private homes with made-to-measure, personal service from preparing each home with care, providing pristine white sheets, towels and toilitries, to a personal welcome on arrival to a team on call 24/7.

For homeowners, onefinestay provides peace of mind, convenience and flexibility, by taking care of everything from marketing, distribution and insurance to screening each guest, to professional cleaning, management and maintenance.

The company was recently acquired by AccorHotels, a leading global hotel operator and BHA member.

Ufi Ibrahim, chief executive of the British Hospitality Association said: “We’re delighted to welcome onefinestay as a member. The company has clearly developed a new style of home rental which we are proud to add to our growing family of hospitality businesses.

“I think it demontsrates how the hospitality industry is constantly evolving to meet the needs of its customers and how the BHA is a modern and inclusive organisation.”

Greg Marsh, co-founder and ceo of onefinestay added: “As a British born and bred company, we have the utmost respect for the BHA and their role as a voice for the UK hospitality industry. We are delighted to be joining the organisation.“

Rome was recently added to the onefinestay portfolio – joining Los Angeles, London, Paris and New York where the company already has more than 2,600 handpicked homes for short-term rental.

The BHA acts as a strong voice for its 40,000 members, championing the needs of hospitality and tourism businesses, and securing and promoting competitiveness. As an industry employing some 10% of the UK’s workforce, employment issues have the greatest impact for the whole industry, together with challenges such as competitiveness, productivity, the digital marketplace and the changing regulatory landscape.

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