What Is a Hotel Consortia Rate?

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A Consortia rate is a rate negotiated between a hotel and a travel agency group. These rates increase travel agencies' marketing to their consumers by offering competitive rates at hotels worldwide. They originally started for mom and pop travel agencies, but now they are used worldwide.
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