Post-Trump

Trump’s hotels banned from global luxury travel group’s list

According to a report from The New York Times, Trump Hotels has been dropped from a list provided by Virtuoso, a global network of luxury travel advisers.

The group will no longer suggest the 10 hotels that operate under the Trump brand to its high-end clients.

As the New York Times points out, Virtuoso is a major player in the travel industry with a global network of more than 1,100 agencies comprising some 22,000 advisers in 50 countries. Travel advisers who want to join the network must be invited beforehand.

“As of March 8, 2021, Trump Hotels are no longer part of the Virtuoso network,” said Misty Belles, Virtuoso’s managing director of global public relations.

“We consider many variables when reviewing both existing and new network participation,” she added. “Out of respect for all involved parties, and as a general policy, we do not share comments regarding our nonrenewal and exit decisions.”

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