Jonathan Raggett

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“Personal Connection” – Jonathan Raggett

Jonathan Raggett, CEO
Red Carnation Hotels

From corporate behemoths with dozens of brands to the independents and smaller hospitality providers — the hotel sector of travel is certainly competitive with an array of offerings. Connecting with travelers and nurturing loyalty has become increasingly more challenging but for family-owned Red Carnation Hotels, they don’t try to engage travelers with dozens of brands or splashy marketing campaigns — instead they do it with genuine hospitality, personalized service and 5-star luxury!

We’ve enjoyed Red Carnation properties in London, Ireland and Guernsey in the past — we also just featured their Milestone Hotel & Residences location during our big “Let’s Go America! Tour” – London (8-13 April 2024) and visited their newest property in Edinburgh, 100 Princes Street, after concluding the big “Let’s Go America! Tour” – United Kingdom (14-28 April 2024).

The level of personalized service Red Carnation Hotels provides is difficult to quantify until you experience it first-hand — and once you do — you immediately realize what’s missing from all the other hotel operators you encounter out there.  From the well-trained team who are happy and eager to please, to the quality of each property, the luxury amenities you’d expect at 5-star properties — every detail of personal preferences service is delivered with professionalism, class and a touch of family vibe.

Show Friend and company CEO Jonathan Raggett is the person responsible for all 19 Red Carnation properties and during our live national broadcast of America’s #1 Travel Radio Show on 4 May 2024, we invited him to join us live on-air to share some of what makes his company win sustained loyalty with travelers during our latest episode of the “Personal Connection”…

Now that our popular national program has been transmitted via satellite across the USA to our 575+ weekly radio stations airing RMWorldTravel with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa, you can access the audio archive in .mp3 format by simply clicking on the play arrow that follows this text…