The Bermondsey Square donates to Hospitality Action fund

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UK: The Bermondsey Square Hotel in London, also known as b2, is donating £10 from every direct booking on the b2Cares Rate to charity Hospitality Action.

Hospitality Action recently launched an emergency appeal to support those affected by coronavirus. The fund aims to provide financial relief to hospitality staff impacted by the country-wide venue closures.

The hotel is thereby donating £10 from bookings on its b2Cares Rate to the charity, with reservations beginning 1 May 2020.

These are tough times. We consider our guests and the b2 Crew as family, as we do their families and friends. Our initiative is about the bigger picture as we are one world and one family. The donations will be allocated weekly to our Just Giving page based on the number of stays booked,” states the hotel website.

“At Hospitality Action there is whole range of support services to help hospitality people back on their feet after a setback or when they are in crisis. Each year they help thousands of people through challenging times. They are there when life takes an unexpected turn. In the wake of the current situation demand for their help has never been higher. For those in need thanks to your generosity they need your help more than ever.”

“We have been through a lot together before, and this pandemic will pass. Life will return to normal. We will look forward to reopening, when we are able, and to welcoming you back to our hotels,” said Robin Sheppard, Chairman of Bespoke Hotels.


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