Two Dubai Central Hotels install xnPOS and protel PMS

The newly opened Royal Central The Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is one of two properties to install the Xn protel products. Photo credit: XN protel Systems

The newly opened Royal Central The Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, United Arab Emierates and the Canal Central Hotel Business Bay in Dubai have both installed the Xn protel Systems property-management system and the xnPOS point-of-sale system.

Central Hotels, launched in 2015, is a fast-growing hospitality-management company headquartered in Dubai. The company offers a full spectrum of choice in terms of hotel categories and comprises five distinct hotel brands: Grand Central, City Central, Central Inn, Central Suites and Central Living.

Protel MPE is an on-premises or hosted property-management system for group hotels, serviced apartments and other accommodation businesses. It seamlessly connects to all other critical business systems within the hotel. Protel MPE provides the tools needed to support the guest journey, empower staff and support the growing needs of the hospitality business. Central Hotels has chosen the "hosted" option within Xn protel’s data center.


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“Choosing the hosted by Xn protel option for our PMS and POS means that we now have all the advantages of centralized systems, supported by people who really know what they are doing,” Central Hotel Group GM Ammar Kanaan said in a statement. “It will allow us to better manage our resources across the Central Hotels Group and enable us to truly understand and meet the needs of our guests.”

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