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Onefinestay launches Collections as it targets leisure travel

Posted by Ben Ireland on
Onefinestay launches Collections as it targets leisure travel

Onefinestay has launched its Collections destinations which will focus on the leisure travel market.

The private property rental website already operates in six cities in the US and Europe – London, Paris, Rome, New York, Los Angeles and Miami.

The launch of Collections will see it operate in The Hamptons, Southern California, the French Riviera and Edinburgh among other destinations.

Onefinestay says it is its first truly vacation-centric focus.
“Since inception, we set out to bring something new to the hospitality category, and offer a singular, special experience driven by impeccable, high-touch service paired with the best homes in our favourite cities,” said Evan Frank, co-founder of onefinestay.

“As we grow and scale, we are inspired by our guests: doing more of what they love, and in places they want to be. These new markets represent the finest in leisure travel, and have been servicing seasonal occupants for generations. Our model will bring a new energy and innovation to the experience for both homeowners and guests, and truly elevate the experience in this community.”
As part of onefinestay’s launch in the Hamptons, the company is partnering with Bespoke Real Estate, that only represents $10million and above properties, to curate the local portfolio with properties ranging from ocean-front residences to estates closer to town.
Michael Cantwell of Bespoke Real Estate said. “The Hamptons has the oldest and richest tradition in the vacation home rentals category, and we aim to add to this tradition by offering our clients onefinestays concierge level of service in hopes to elevate their experience with Bespoke.”
Bookings for the Hamptons Collection are open and so far there are more than 20 homes renting for up to $2million for the season.

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