Travel Luxuriously and Charitably With Suiteness

by Monique Barrett

Mar 27, 2016

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When splurging on a luxury vacation is possible, book a socially conscious, 5-star experience with Suiteness. The first and only booking engine dedicated to helping travelers access the hotel industry’s most luxurious suites is giving back to local communities by donating to charities with every booking.


Each time a customer books a luxury suite through Suiteness, the company donates to a local charity of their choosing. Suiteness partnered with a number of local charities in Las Vegas, Miami, Los Angeles and New York, including HELP of Southern Nevada, Miami Rescue Mission and A Place Called Home.


“It is about socially conscious, positive luxury,” said Robbie Bhathal, CEO and co-founder, Suiteness. “You gain memories through these unique experiences while giving back. Our customers get the luxury experience of a lifetime while knowing that they are doing good for the local community.”


Before Suiteness launched last year, guests had limited access to the most sought-after suites and were only able to book top rooms at several hotels by phone. With this new service, travelers are capable of easily shopping for the ultimate accommodations for bachelor/bachelorette parties, corporate retreats and dream vacations with just a few clicks.


The platform features more than 19,000 luxury suites in New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Miami. Hotel partners include Viceroy Groups, Mandarin Oriental, The St. Regis and SLS, as well as many more luxury groups.


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