Remington Hotels selects Springer-Miller's property-management, point-of-sale and spa systems

Remington Hotels' Lakeway Resort and Spa has deployed Springer-Miller’s SMS|Host PMS, SMS|Touch POS and SpaSoft spa management system.

Remington Hotels has selected Springer-Miller Systems as its property-management, point-of-sale and spa-management systems provider for its independent, luxury properties. Springer-Miller Systems offers a complete hospitality-management platform with a fully integrated property-management system, point-of-sale system and spa management system. The guest-centric focus, depth of luxury functionality and robust integrations allow Remington Hotels to streamline property operations.
 
Remington Hotels chose to use Springer-Miller’s hosting services, leveraging the scalability, reliability and security of Amazon Web Services. Hosting services allows all the applications to live in the cloud, reducing hardware and capital expenditures while ensuring data is secure and consistently backed-up.
 
“Springer-Miller offers a complete hospitality platform for our luxury, independent properties. Their deep integrations offer our hotels the ability to enhance their guest-service operations,” Remington Hotels EVP Karim Sachedina said in a statement.
 
Remington Hotels, using the Springer-Miller hospitality-management platform, allowed upgraded access to OpenKey’s mobile key solution, adding practicality and convenience for guests. The award-winning OpenKey app enables hotel staff to control guest room access remotely and allows guests the ability to use their smartphone for mobile entry to their room.
 
Currently, Remington Hotels has deployed Springer-Miller’s SMS|Host PMS, SMS|Touch POS and SpaSoft spa-management system at Bardessono in Yountville, Calif.; Le Pavillon in New Orleans, and Lakeway Resort and Spa in Austin, Texas. The rollout to other properties will continue into 2018. 

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