Nights On Us was established during the peak of the pandemic, and partners with hospitality brands to thank NHS workers for their exceptional hard work by offering free hotel stays. Since its launch last year, the initiative has already offered over 7,000 free hotel rooms to NHS workers.
NHS workers that are interested in entering the giveaway can visit www.nightsonus.co.uk/whitworth-locke and enter their details for the chance to win a stay. Entrants will require an NHS email address to validate their entry.
Further to this, in an effort to spread their word of gratitude even further, Locke and Nights On Us will offer every entrant an exclusive Nights On Us Appreciation Code that will offer special rates at all Locke locations.
Locke unveiled Whitworth Locke in October 2018, in the heart of Manchester – less than a 10-miunte walk from Manchester Piccadilly station on Princess Street. The 160-studio aparthotel, designed around a spectacular central glass atrium includes a Crossfit gym, complimentary co-working space which is open to guests and locals, meeting and events space; plus, a cocktail bar, Foundation coffee house, Peruvian-inspired restaurant Peru Perdu, and cult favourite plant shop, Glass House.
Greg Früchtenicht, Co-Founder of Nights On Us said, “Since starting Nights On Us, our aim has always been to unite the UK hospitality industry to say a nationwide thank-you to our incredible NHS workers. Our partnership with Locke is testament to the good will and generosity that our industry can show to some of the country’s hardest workers. This is just the start of our partnership, and we’re excited to continue thanking our NHS workers throughout the rest of 2021 and beyond.”
Jamie Mackie, General Manager, Whitworth Locke, said, “Having looked after nurses and doctors from the Nightingale hospital throughout the pandemic at Whitworth Locke, we witnessed first hand the unwavering dedication of our NHS, so we are proud to partner with Nights On Us to offer free stays as a small gesture of thanks for their efforts during the pandemic – and far beyond.”