The company manages over 2,500 properties across Europe, with a diverse portfolio of apartments, townhouses, aparthotels, and serviced apartments. The new curated ‘Luxe Collection’ has been designed to appeal to discerning travellers looking for standout and luxurious places to stay in key European destinations.
Since being acquired in 2022 by residential management platform DoveVivo, ALTIDO has been on a significant growth trajectory. It believes it is well placed to understand the European travel market and its guests’ desire to sleep in captivating, unique and luxurious places.
The flagship properties in the collection are homes in London and the Scottish Borders.
Phillimore Gardens – a two-bed luxurious flat in the heart of Kensington, London
Gilmerton House – a ten-bed Georgian countryside mansion near Edinburgh that dates back to the 1600s
ALTIDO CEO Will Parry said: “We have noticed an upward trend in guests requesting luxurious properties in 2022 and so it felt like the right time to launch the newly curated Luxe Collection to meet the demand for unique holiday experiences. At the same time, we continue to invest in our concierge team to ensure our bespoke services match the exceptional quality of our homes.
“We are always on hand to provide something extra special for our guests,” he added.
Melania Tovar, regional manager, England, said: “Luxury travel is perhaps the biggest trend that emerged from the pandemic, and international travellers are making a beeline for our more exclusive properties. Many of these are located in sought-after London boroughs like Knightsbridge and Mayfair, demonstrating that city travel is definitely back stronger than ever in 2022 and beyond.”
Launched through a merger of four European property managers in 2019, ALTIDO’s portfolio bridges the gap between private accommodation and hotels. The company manages over 2,500 properties and rooms, including apartments, townhouses, hotels and serviced apartments, in Europe’s most desirable destinations.