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Innstant adds 30,000 serviced apartments

Kate Webster

Innstant Travel has added almost 30,000 serviced apartments to its global portfolio in key locations in the USA, UK, Europe, Middle East and Australia.

As part of its ongoing product development programme, agents now have an extra product to increase sales on the back of the growing trend for ‘home from home’ style accommodation for families, couples and business travellers.

Innstant General Manager Joe Karbo said “these very popular properties give our clients the tools to best meet their clients’ self-catering needs with a professional, value for money and reliable offering backed by our 24/7 support.”

In the coming months Innstant expects to further increase the offering of apartments and vacations worldwide, adding to the already 275,000 properties worldwide including hotels, apartments, holiday homes and villas.

Innstant also offers thousands of transfer and car hire options, tours, events, concert, theatre and sports tickets all in one totally live, agent friendly website.

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