UK: Hosting Buyers at Home, Not in Hotels
Corporates that host clients or employees in London are being urged to invest in a property rather than use a hotel.
Property investment company Rocksure is targeting the corporate hospitality market by offering companies the chance to part-own four central London apartments, which they can use for 18 nights a year.
The investment scheme costs £245,000 and entitles the companies to use the properties for a 10-year period, before they are sold and the profits split among the investors.
Guests using the apartments are promised a hotel experience, with a daily maid service, and access to a professional concierge service.
“Rocksure’s Corporate Hospitality Desk is able to provide every additional service required, from a breakfast cook and same-day laundry service to in-house beauty treatments and a private chef. A home office, Wi-Fi, wide-screen TV and a music system are standard and equipment for presentations can be provided on request,” said a spokesperson.