NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.—Newport Beach based Twenty Four Seven Hotels, an operator of upscale, select service, and lifestyle brand hotels in the western U.S., has replaced traditional airport shuttle service with Uber. Twenty Four Seven Hotels has formed a strategic partnership with the Uber For Business platform to provide complimentary transportation to and from the airport from a select group of hotels in the Twenty Four Seven portfolio. The service addition offers guests a more personalized option for transport, allows guests faster availability of transportation and streamlines the guest experience.
“We are very excited to be partnering with Uber For Business to provide complimentary, on-demand, airport transportation for our guests. Today’s traveler is seeking flexible transportation options that keep up with their ever-changing travel schedules. This new service is a value-add for our guests and squarely aimed at improving guest satisfaction. We are delighted to be one of the first hotel groups in Southern California to offer the Uber For Business service and look forward to expanding our partnership with Uber,” said David Wani, chief executive officer, Twenty Four Seven Hotels.
Twenty Four Seven Hotels properties is one of the first in Southern California to replace the traditional hotel shuttle service with Uber For Business. This strategic partnership with Uber For Business creates a comprehensive management tool for the hotel properties to monitor the traffic of guests and allows the hotel to utilize the strong history and expertise of Uber.
Properties to offer this new service are: Courtyard Meridian; Springhill Suites Boise; Moxy Tempe; Hyatt Place Ontario; Hampton Inn & Suites Ontario; Comfort Suites Ontario; TownePlace Suites Ontario; and TownePlace Suites Cal Expo Sacramento.
The hotel Uber Business service is custom to each property with some having service to the airport and others offering to and from the airport.