Adjusters International´s strategic alliance with the Preferred Hotel Group was formed in November 2005. This consortium of high-end hotels is a multi-brand organization connecting independent luxury hotels and resorts around the world. The Preferred Hotel Group has more than 300 distinctive properties in 51 countries.
Adjusters International works to build awareness among Preferred hotel owners and demonstrates how utilizing public insurance claims adjusters and professional disaster recovery services benefit hoteliers by securing a swift, fair financial recovery after a disaster of any type–fires, floods, hurricanes or other events. With years of success behind them, Adjusters International's insurance claims adjusters continue to successfully advocate on behalf of these hoteliers to secure the best possible settlement in the shortest possible time frame.
"Please consider using the services that Adjusters International provides, guiding you through the confusing and complex world of insurance claims. Allow them to relieve you of the work, and some of the worry so you can concentrate on getting your business back to normal," says John Ueberroth, Chairman and CEO of Preferred Hotel Group.
You can find more information at www.preferredhotelgroup.com
Preferred hotels and resorts are exceptional 5-star properties located in the world’s most desirable destinations that meet the Preferred Standards of Excellence™ Quality Assurance Program. Preferred Hotels & Resorts caters to both business and leisure travelers looking to experience the finest in modern luxury travel.
Summit hotels and resorts are remarkable properties primarily located in international cities. Summit properties have a special appeal to the discriminating traveler who seeks an authentic experience of the highest quality. Summit hotels and resorts reflect their local culture and offer warm and inviting service.
A Boutique property emphasizes distinctive design, service, and personality on a more intimate scale. Properties of 150 rooms or less are the main component of the portfolio though the Design category will likely include some larger hotels. Boutique will set a new standard of excellence for small luxury hotels with an innovative Quality Assurance Program that emphasizes a successful balance between fun and functional, as well as public and private experiences.
Sterling is a service partnership. Hotels that do not wish to have branding or have their own branding, like small groups of hotels, benefit from services and infrastructure through Sterling. They provide sales, distribution, and channel management consulting as their business needs dictate.
A program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Historic Hotels of America (HHA) identifies quality hotels that have faithfully maintained their historic integrity, architecture and ambience. These hotels are promoted nationally and internationally to those who prefer historic settings for their leisure and business travel. Member hotels in this program must be located in a building that is at least 50 years old and listed in, or eligible for, the National Register of Historic Places or recognized locally as having historic significance. A total of 223 member hotels and resorts are located in 39 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.