Modus Hotels selects Vertical Booking CRS for hotel distribution

The River Inn in Washington, D.C., is one of the Modus Hotels that will be transitioning to the Vertical Booking Enterprise-level solution.

Washington, D.C.-based Modus Hotels has selected Vertical Booking to provide reservation solutions for its collection of boutique hotels. All independent Modus Hotels will be transitioning to the Vertical Booking Enterprise-level solution, which includes a channel manager, GDS connectivity, a responsive booking engine, a call-center application, and a meta-search-management toolkit.

"We are in the business of creating personally delivered experiences that are focused on each guest," Modus Hotels President and CEO Aaron Katz said in a statement. "The best technology is a must have for us to meet the constant shifts in the industry, and our guests changing needs. Vertical Booking's proven solutions will empower Modus Hotels to become even more successful.”

Modus Hotels is a Washington, D.C. lifestyle hotel group that develops, owns and operates a portfolio of hotels and restaurants in various cities. Designed for the independent-minded traveler, each hotel in the collection offers a unique experience for those seeking an alternative to the predictability of an ordinary hotel. Modus' properties include Pod DC, Avenue Suites, The River Inn, One Washington Circle Hotel, (all in D.C.); The Windsor Suites Philadelphia; Brookshire Suites Baltimore; and Virginian Suites in Arlington, Va.


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