NEW YORK - Orania.Berlin has been accepted into Virtuoso's exclusive portfolio of luxury travel partners, comprised of more than 1,800 preferred suppliers in 100 countries. According to Jennifer & Philipp Vogel, managing couple of Orania.Berlin, inclusion in Virtuoso will open up new sales and marketing opportunities to the network's 20,000 luxury travel advisors and their highly desirable clientele. Virtuoso agencies sell more than $26.4 billion annually, making the network the most significant player in luxury travel.
"Virtuoso's acceptance process is incredibly selective, so becoming a preferred partner is a true honor," said Jennifer Vogel. "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. We want to share our happiness with a special 'Say hello to Kreuzberg' package, available exclusively to Virtuoso clients."
Orania.Berlin joins Virtuoso's collection of the finest luxury hotels, resorts, cruise lines, airlines, tour operators and other suppliers worldwide. These partners, which specialize in world-class client service and experiences, secure Virtuoso clients superior offerings, rare opportunities and exceptional value. These prestigious providers are able to market to Virtuoso clients via network vehicles and to Virtuoso agencies through multiple communications channels and events, including Virtuoso Travel Week, luxury travel's largest worldwide gathering. Orania.Berlin's acceptance into Virtuoso gives it direct relationships with the world's leading leisure travel agencies in North and Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East.
Orania.Berlin is located centrally in Kreuzberg, known locally as X-Berg, a place where visitors can get a real taste for authentic Berlin and encounter artists living in the city. Guests can discover the stories behind the area's graffiti and street art, and visit the East Side Gallery where a vast mural stretches for over a kilometer on the longest remaining segment of the Berlin Wall. The area is also home to the largest Turkish community outside Turkey, with a colorful market along the canal known for its exotic street food, spices and bright bolts of fabric.