Corinthia Hotel London Names Alper Toydemir as New U.S. Sales Head

Corinthia Hotel London facade at night

Corinthia Hotel London announced Alper Toydemir will take over as the regional head of sales for the United States. In his new position, he will work from New York City overseeing regional sales for the London location, as well as other Corinthia Hotels International properties.

Headshot of Alper Toydemir

Most recently, Toydemir worked as an associate director of leisure sales at The Peninsula New York. In that position, he traveled around the world promoting the location and hotel group to old and new clients. At The Peninsula he was responsible for accounts throughout Europe, Russia and CIS countries, the Asia-Pacific region, Latin America and the United States. Before working there, he held positions with Ritz Carlton and Taj Hotels.

Corinthia Hotel London includes 283 rooms, 51 of which are suites and seven are penthouses. Located within a Victorian building, the hotel provides easy views of some of London’s most famous landmarks. The four-floor ESPA Life at Corinthia offers a spa lounge, 17 treatment pods, a 24-hour gym, sauna, steam room, nail studio and more.

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