Legacy Hotels selects Guestline’s software solutions

Legacy Hotels and Resorts are now live with Guestline’s Rezlynx property-management system across the portfolio and have reported a strong increase in average room rates since the implementation. Legacy selected Rezlynx, part of Guestline's cloud-hosted suite of solutions for the hospitality industry, to assist them in increasing revenues, streamlining operations, and lowering costs.

Legacy selected Guestline because of its requirement for a comprehensive business-driven solution that offered extensive hotel reporting functionality coupled with remote system access. In addition, Guestline's support and development teams were key infrastructure components in the selection and implementation process for Legacy - along with fully integrated EPoS and the extensive conference and banqueting offering.

"The Guestline systems have allowed us to become much more efficient in our operations and in utilizing the data collected across our properties,” said Tori Ackling, revenue manager at Legacy Hotels and Resorts. “The two-way interface with BEST WESTERN allows information to be shared easily across the partnership making marketing and reporting a much simpler exercise. The advanced conference and banqueting manager has assisted us in driving more revenue growth across the properties and the Guestline systems are easy to use, allowing us to train new staff quickly and cost effectively.”


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