Switzerland's Sorell Hotels Group signs full portfolio to Pegasus Connect+

Switzerland's Sorell Hotels Group has signed its full portfolio to Pegasus Connect+. Sorell's 17 managed hotels in 10 Swiss cities are now available online, and in the global distribution systems (GDSs) under the "UI" chain code.

"Each of our hotels is situated in a prime Swiss location, and offers features distinct to that hotel and area," said Matthias Ramer, operations manager of Sorell Hotels Group. "Pegasus Connect+ serves our hotels two ways. First, it provides distribution and reservation services to rival major brands that have more technology resources. Secondly, it groups our hotels with other similarly independent global hotels for buyers seeking a unique travel experience."

With Pegasus Connect+, the full Sorell portfolio uses RVNG, the only central reservations system built to manage selling hotel rooms in the Internet age. Each of the 17 hotels also leverages one seamless connection to the four GDSs, and more than 1,000 travel websites.

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