TAFI to enter into special rate agreement with hotel groups for its members – ET TravelWorld

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TAFI to enter into special rate agreement with hotel groups for its members
The Travel Agents Federation of India (TAFI) will look for special agreements with hotel groups and chain hotels to help its members leverage special rate benefits from these hotels nationally and internationally. The Federation has already forged partnerships with hotel chains like Sarovar Hotels and Resorts, Best Western Hotels, and WelcomHeritage of ITC.

According to Jigar Dudakiya, a member of the Hotel & Conventions sub-committee member of the TAFI, around 1400 members of the federation will be able to leverage the special rates and sell these hotel rooms to their clients. TAFI members have to use the membership number and the TAFI logo in their e-mail signature in all communications which the hotels can verify and release rooms accordingly on the agreed rates.

The TAAI Vice President was one of the keynote speakers at the webinar organised by Consulate of Sri Lanka in Mumbai along with Sri Lanka Convention Bureau on preparing Sri Lanka MICE ready by 2022.

“Our team is currently negotiating similar tie ups with hotel groups both in India and abroad. The idea is to make the hotel booking and packaging smooth and fast for our membership without any scope for misuse,” Dudakiya said. He stated that the sub-committee is negotiating for special rates with leading serviced apartment operators in London and several other destinations overseas currently.TAFI Managing Committee had constituted several sub-committees after the recent elections and the Hotel & Convention Committee is headed by Seeraj Singh Sabharwal. The other members are Abbas Moiz, Jigar Dudakiya and Anil Punjabi.

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