Hotel Queen Anne, Hotel Van Belle deploy PMS mobility

Hotel Queen Anne owner wanted to bring its PMS up to speed and ‘future-proof’ the system as well. Photo credit: Hotel Queen Anne

Queen Anne Hotel and the Hotel Van Belle, both located in Brussels, Belgium, has partnered with StayNTouch for the deployment of its Rover PMS and Zest products. StayNTouch offers hotels the opportunity to integrate multiple cloud-solutions on one platform.

“Our hotels have been owned and continuously run by our family for many years. In fact, the Hotel Van Belle has been running for 112 years,” Owner and GM André Hermans said in a statement. “Recently we have made a push to upgrade our outdated technology systems. We not only wanted to bring our PMS up to speed, but also ‘future-proof’ the system as well. The StayNTouch platform was very attractive as it not only provided the most up-to-date rooms, transactions and housekeeping management features, but also included the mobile features that few other systems in the market are able to do well.”

Rover PMS is a next generation PMS, fully cloud, fits on every device, optimizes hotel operations from front desk, to groups, to housekeeping to revenue management. Simple monthly pricing that includes training, integrations and configuration. Zest enables guest pre-engagement and guest services via mobile web, along with guest-enabled mobile check-in and out via smart phone or desktop. It is private-labeled and allows PMS-integrated mobile check-in and/or checkout.


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StayNTouch is a software as a service hotel property management systems company focused on developing solutions that help hotels raise service levels, drive revenues, reduce costs, and ultimately change the way hotels can captivate their guests. Developed with mobility in mind, the platform enables hotels to create relationships with their guests by delivering personalized service levels. StayNTouch operates on tablets and smartphones.

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