Argentina's L'Hotel Palermo maximizes reservation efficiency

Buenos Aires-based L’Hotel Palermo has seen property efficiency and guest satisfaction since implementing B4Checkin online booking engine last November. L'Hotel Palermo has been able to display and automatically process multiple package deals and promotions, as well as keep track of room type availability in real-time.
 
"Since making the switch to B4Checkin, both guests and staff have witnessed a much more streamlined reservation experience," said hotel owner Timothy Mclaughlin. "The system's practicality and ease of use is a distinct advantage in generating increased bookings directly through the hotel's website, which is also a boost to our bottom line."
 
In addition to offering increased efficiency, B4Checkin provides its clients with a customizable booking platform which has the ability to seamlessly interface with a property's PMS. These interfaces mean that crucial information such as room rates, inventory availability and guest profile data are automatically exchanged in real time between the PMS and the B4Checkin online booking engine, ensuring that customers have an accurate view of booking options and speeding confirmation times.

 

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