Remington Hospitality is rolling out Mews' PMS across several of its independent hotels and resorts. The Remington Hospitality U.S. portfolio includes 130 properties. Following the successful pilot at Seahorse Oceanfront Inn, the group decided to migrate its independent hotels from a legacy system to Mews.

“It became obvious that the best way to deliver outstanding hospitality was through a modern, open solution,” Gilbert Arrendondo, SVP of Revenue Strategy at Remington Hospitality, said in a statement. “Mews gives us access to an incredible range of best-in-class hotel technology and allows each hotel to build the tech ecosystem that’s appropriate for them. We’ve already seen great results at the Seahorse Oceanfront Inn, and we can’t wait to see the impact across our portfolio.”

Key integration partners for the brand include OpenKey, Book4Time and Oaky, all of which can be connected through Mews Marketplace via a no-cost integration. With OpenKey, guests can use their smartphones as room keys, helping to create a seamless digital experience. Oaky integrates frictionless upselling into the guest journey, making it easy to purchase upgrades and ancillary services while alleviating some of the pressure on staff.

“As technology continues to rapidly change, embracing open hospitality is the only way to ensure access to the very best solutions across every element of hotel operations,” said Richard Valtr, Mews founder. “I’m delighted that another industry leader like Remington Hospitality has recognized the power of Mews, and I can’t wait to work closely together as we both keep growing in the coming years.”