HRS.com has continued its assault on Europe with office expansions in Rome and Istanbul.
Against the current economic backdrop, this move shows HRS.com’s success as a hotel booking specialist and represents the latest step the company’s resolute expansion strategy.
Rome and Istanbul join a network of offices in London, Paris, Warsaw and Shanghai.
The teams in Rome and Istanbul are made up of experienced hotel and tourism experts who function as local direct points of contact for both hoteliers and private and business travellers.
“As the partner of numerous globally-operating companies, it’s important for us to not only provide comprehensive online services and a 24-hour hotline but also to be there in person for our customers and partners,” says HRS managing director, Tobias Ragge.
The new offices offer the perfect locations to further HRS.com’s position within the hotel booking industry. With some 2.3 million inhabitants, Rome is the largest city and offers the country’s most dynamic business centre; whilst Istanbul is the only major city that straddles the border between the continents of Europe and Asia.
Istanbul is not merely the cultural centre of Turkey, it’s also the economic hub.
The success HRS.com has had, especially in countries operating their own offices, shows that customers and partner hotels alike appreciate the optimal support they receive through having a direct local contact.