Staff Writer
Apr 5, 2018

Langham brings back popular meetings programme

The decision was based on planners seeking more flexibility and personalisation.

Langham brings back popular meetings programme

Langham Hospitality Group is resurrecting its “No Strings Attached PLUS” meetings programme where planners and organisers can get perks such as waived cancellation terms, complimentary room offerings, round-trip airport transfers, and spa credits.

The group is bringing the programme back as more planners seek flexibility and personalisation for clients.

“We understand that flexibility is crucial in doing business today, where things happen and change quickly,” said Simon Manning, chief sales and marketing officer at Langham Hospitality Group.

“An important factor for organizing meetings and events is the flexibility to change dates, waive cancellation terms, and no minimum food and beverage spend required. These advantages will give meetings and event organisers peace of mind.”

The group is also using takethelead, its meetings booking platform, to streamline planners’ requests. Through the platform, members can earn rewards for meetings or events placed at the group’s properties for event bills exceeding US$6,500.

Companies can also choose to earn miles from the group’s frequent flyer or travel and lifestyle rewards programme partners. For every US$1 spent, the nominated employee of the company will earn a mile in return, up to a maximum of 25,000 miles per event.


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