ISAAP announces first batch of recipients for its Secure Serviced Accommodation Accreditation

ISAAP announces first batch of recipients for its Secure Serviced Accommodation Accreditation

Luxury serviced apartment provider Supercity Aparthotels has announced all its UK properties have received ISAAP’s Secure Serviced Accommodation Accreditation. Supercity is amongst the first batch to receive the new accreditation, further demonstrating its commitment to safeguarding its growing property portfolio.

A sound investment

Supercity’s properties have already achieved ISAAP Building Accreditation, which is considered the highest level of accreditation for serviced accommodation prior to the recent introduction of ISAAP’s Secure Serviced Accommodation Accreditation. This latest security accreditation offers added assurance to clients that Supercity has met the necessary standards for quality & comfort, health & safety, and security. It also signifies to corporate buyers and travel managers that the accommodation is compliant with ISO 31030, the global standard for travel risk management.

Close collaboration

ISAAP’s Managing Director, Stephen Martin, said: “We have been working closely with Supercity Aparthotels over the past year to ensure its properties were able to demonstrate conformance with ISAAPs exacting scheme standards. With business travel returning to pre-pandemic levels, serviced accommodation providers are now also seeking external accreditation to certify their security credentials.”

Supercity’s managing director, Philip J Houghton, said: “We are delighted to be amongst the very first to secure this accreditation across our entire portfolio. This reinforces our commitment to providing best-in-class standards for safety, security, and quality at Supercity Aparthotels.”

Building blocks

The announcement rounds off a year of successes for Supercity, which has grown to six properties across London, Manchester, and Brighton. The company has a further three sites under development in York, Leeds and Edinburgh – all of which will be assessed by ISAAP and adhere to the new standards.