The independent luxury hotel chain, Apex Hotels, has teamed up with SecureTrading and Gift Voucher Solutions to offer its customers a new range of online gift vouchers.
Apex Hotels, which has locations in London, Edinburgh and Dundee, can now provide online vouchers for a wide range of services, from spa treatments to luxury accommodation.
All voucher transactions are processed through SecureTrading’s payment gateway, which is embedded with sophisticated anti-fraud measures to ensure maximum security for online buyers.
The new service has added another string to Apex Hotels’ bow, making its website a destination for gifts and presents as well as luxury accommodation. On top of this, all customers will have the peace of mind that their financial details are fully protected.
Lorna Lee, marketing manager at Apex Hotels said: “We’re thrilled to be able to offer our customers such an exciting range of online gift vouchers, making our services and products even more accessible to the public.
“It’s of the upmost importance that our customers’ details are safeguarded when buying vouchers online, and we’re confident that SecureTrading’s bespoke payment gateway will go above and beyond our requirements.”
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