Open Hospitality Continues To Expand Uk Client Base - Signs Acclaimed Boutique Hotel

November 1, 2006 - New York City> - November 1, 2006- Open Hospitality continues to expand their UK client base with the recent addition of the stylish Blakes Hotel in South Kensington. Open will be responsible for the entire web presence of the property, including visibility on major search engines and overall reservations revenue.

"The primary reason for our selecting Open Hospitality," says Steve Carrodus, Resident Manager for the Blakes Hotel, "is that it affords us the flexibility to extend our brand in an online fashion, by using their web strategies and their customizable booking platform." Brian Dass, Open's President and co-Founder, adds "The Blakes Hotel is an incredible addition to our company and we are thrilled to add a hotel of this calibre to our portfolio."

About Blakes Hotel:
Created by Anouska Hempel, the London hotelier and internationally renowned designer, the hotel offers 44 uniquely designed guestrooms with an off-beat contemporary flair. Situated in one of London’s most desired residential areas, the hotel consists of two converted Victorian Townhouses and is home to Blakes Restaurant, Blakes Bar and the Chinese Room, all highly sought after venues for both intimate dinner gatherings and small private events. For more information, please visit the Blakes Hotel website at: www.blakeshotels.com.

About Open Hospitality:
New York based Open Hospitality provides integrated services by connecting the processes of website management, search engine optimization, email marketing and online revenue conversion strategies into one proprietary dashboard for better management, tracking and reporting. Open's pay-for-performance model has pioneered a shift to consolidating services, eliminating both the need for multiple vendor relationships and prohibitive costs. Open Hospitality can be reached via the web at: www.openhospitality.com or in London at the World Travel Market Exposition, November 6 - 9th at booth GV3400. Hoteliers attending World Travel Market are encouraged to stop by the booth for a complimentary website performance evaluation.