Dalata Hotel Group renews partnership with Pegasus

Dalata Hotel Group has a current portfolio of more than 30 hotels with more than 7,000 rooms, including the Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane in Dublin. Photo credit: Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane

The Dalata Hotel Group, Ireland’s largest hotel operator, renewed its agreement with Pegasus Solutions for global distribution services, alternative distribution services, reservations management, a property-management-system interface and voice services.

Dalata Hotel Group operates multiple brands throughout Ireland and the United Kingdom, and is headquartered in Dublin. The hotel group initially partnered with Pegasus in 2008.

“They’ve delivered reliable and adaptable technology for the last 10 years, and as we grow our portfolio that becomes increasingly important,” said Patrice Lennon, head of sales and marketing for Dalata Hotel Group, in a statement.

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Dalata Hotel Group has a current portfolio of more than 30 hotels with more than 7,000 rooms. The group operates Ireland's two largest hotel brands, Clayton Hotels and Maldron Hotels in Ireland and the United Kingdom, and also manages a small portfolio of partner properties. Twenty-six of the hotels are owned by Dalata Hotel Group, nine hotels are operated under lease agreements, and three are operated under management agreements.

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