Hoteles Camino Real renews distribution services from Pegasus Solutions

The renewal extends an agreement that has been in effect for more than 20 years. Photo credit: Hoteles Camino Real

Hoteles Camino Real renewed its agreement for global distribution services, alternative distribution services and corporate demand generation services from Pegasus Solutions. Hoteles Camino Real is a luxury hotel chain in major Mexican tourist destinations.

The renewal extends an agreement that has been in effect for more than 20 years. The agreement also applies to the group's Real Inn properties and to 29 hotels in total. Hoteles Camino Real was founded in 1968, and in 2011 was acquired by Grupo Real Turismo. The group is headquartered in Mexico City.

“Pegasus has continued to deliver on both the technology and the service we've relied upon for the last 20 plus years,” Adolfo Cedeno, VP of sales and marketing at Grupo Real Turismo, said in a statement.

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One of the group's flagship properties is Camino Real Polanco, located in Mexico City. The space is widely considered a quasi-museum for its art collection. Camino Real Polanco hosted two soccer World Cups and the Olympic Games, and more than 200 official visits from presidents and kings.

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