London hotels to get a new web domain

London is one of the most vibrant cities on Earth – every year the city attracts more people to visit and more businesses to make London their home. Many are attracted by the capital’s dazzling culture and its unparalleled heritage whilst others are drawn to London’s constantly changing physical and economic landscape.

London is a city that likes to lead the way and now once again London is at the forefront of innovation by becoming one of the first cities in the world to launch its own domain name – Dot London.

London & Partners, the official promotional company for London, is bringing some of these new and exciting domains to life and one of the first will be www.hotels.london – a new site with a clear and focused remit to promote and sell London hotels.

The Hotels.London domain will join leading businesses and international brands that have also applied for new Dot London domain names including The Landmark Hotel, The Royal College of Art, ZSl London Zoo, Cath Kidston and many more.  These brands have recognised the value of using a Dot London for their online presence. Quoted in a recent press release (See HERE) Natasha Hinds-Payne from Cath Kidston said: “London is the city where the Cath Kidston brand was founded. We’ve registered our name under the Dot London Priority period because we want to ensure that customers wishing to reach us in London can find us with ease and because of the direct association to our brand's birthplace.”

In order to bring the new hotels.london online experience to life London & Partners has issued a request for propoals looking for potential partners who are interested in the chance to be involved in this exciting and unique opportunity. If you think you have the expertise to develop a world class online offer to promote hotels in London then visit www.londonandpartners.com/tenders and register your interest by 1st September.

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