Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay accepted into Virtuoso

Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay has been accepted into Virtuoso’s portfolio of luxury travel partners.

The travel agency network comprises 1,700 preferred suppliers and 17,500 luxury travel advisors across the world.

Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay’s director Alberto Muñoz said inclusion in Virtuoso will open up new sales and marketing opportunities to the network’s advisors, who sell more than $23.7 billion annually to their respective clients.

“Virtuoso’s acceptance process is incredibly selective, so becoming a preferred partner is a true honour,” he explained. 

“The reputation Virtuoso member advisors have for outstanding dedication to their clients is a perfect fit with our own bespoke approach to service. Now that we’re part of this renowned network, we look forward to offering Virtuoso advisors and their clients special amenities, values and experiences that surpass their expectations.”

The hotel, which will reopen for the summer season in April, joins an exclusive list of luxury hotels, resorts, cruise lines, airlines, tour operators and other worldwide suppliers chosen by the network.

Also a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH), the resort will provide Virtuoso clients special amenities throughout their stay, including complimentary room upgrades, breakfasts, early check-ins and late check-outs upon request, as well as lunch for two up to a value of $100 at Chambao, the property's seaside restaurant. 

This year, the hotel also boasts additions including rooftop Junior Suites, new menus and a recently-launched Guest Experiences team. 

Nobu’s hotel brand - founded by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro and film producer Meir Teper- is on track to open 20 properties by 2020, following the recent announcement it plans to expand into Poland with a hotel in Warsaw next year.

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