Broughton Hotel properties roll out SkyTouch PMS

Henry Howard Hotel in New Orleans

Broughton Hotels, a full-service boutique hotel management company, has signed an agreement to begin rolling out the SkyTouch Technology’s Hotel OS to Broughton’s diverse portfolio of hotels.

The roll-out comes after a two-year search, said  Broughton’s VP of Operations Tim Smith, for the right PMS. After a successful pilot program at the historic Broughton-managed Henry Howard Hotel in New Orleans, Broughton quickly made its decision to come onboard with SkyTouch. 

“Broughton has always worked hard to provide its customers with authentic and creative solutions, and technology is no exception,” Smith said. “Our properties’ success depends on having highly innovative and growth-oriented systems in place. With what we saw at Henry Howard coupled with SkyTouch’s reputation for strong reliability and guest-pleasing mobility, we feel that the company and its PMS more than fit the bill.”

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